Danielle Lougheed was promoted this month to the role of assistant vice president, branch manager, for the Nevada State Bank at 498 Williams Ave. in Fallon. She previously was the branch’s assistant branch manager.
Lougheed joined Nevada State Bank in 2009 as a teller and was promoted through the ranks on the bank’s service staff team, assisting branches across the region, according to an April 2 press release.
She is a graduate of the Nevada State Bank Mentor Program, helping to mentor and guide others, in addition to serving as a peer trainer. She also was a member of the bank’s Women’s Leadership Group.
“Danielle has been recognized multiple times for the bank’s Retail Gold Star recognition program and multiple times for client service through the Circle of Excellence awards,” Debby Herman, SVP/retail region manager for Nevada State Bank, said in a statement. “We’re thrilled to have her step into the role of branch manager.
Lougheed is committed to her community, according to the release, volunteering her time to several worthwhile causes, including Junior Achievement of Northern Nevada and Veteran’s Guest House.