WAUKESHA — Waukesha State Bank announced that Erika
Nowak was promoted to vice president – controller.
“Erika’s promotion is reflective of the leadership she
has shown as part of the finance team,” said Ann
Pascavis, Waukesha State Bank’s chief financial officer,
in a statement. “We look forward to her continuing
contributions to the growth of Waukesha State Bank.”
Nowak has more than 20 years of experience in finance
and banking and started her career with Waukesha State
Bank in 2010 as controller. After leaving the bank
briefly in 2015, she returned in 2016 as a finance and
operations analyst and was promoted to controller in
2017. With her promotion to vice president – controller,
Nowak will continue to be responsible for directing the
staff and operations of the finance department, which
includes analysis of the bank’s financial information on
a daily basis.
Nowak is a certified public accountant and earned her
master’s of business administration degree in finance
from the University of Wisconsin – Whitewater, and her
bachelor’s of business administration in finance from
the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee.
currently serves as treasurer for Sunbeam Kids, a
nonprofit dedicated to organizing and providing
resources for kids and families to volunteer together.
She and her family reside in Delafield.