Leslie Montano

Leslie's Bio:

Leslie has been with Webster Bank for over 17 years and served in many capacities from branch teller to back office. Presently she is leading a team in loan operations. Her previous experiences include those as an entrepreneur running her own small business and as an elementary school teacher. She is active with local and national youth organizations such as CASA/Children in Placement and L.E.A.P. Through Webster Bank she volunteers yearly for classroom activities for Junior Achievement and is active in multiple United Way fund raisers throughout the year. Also with Webster, she actively helps run food drives and holiday giving for the local community. During her school days she was a pioneer of women’s ice hockey. In her off time these days, when she’s not searching out the perfect cupcake, she sponsors and promotes music which has included writing reviews for an international website. lmontano@websterbank.com @metalmaiden on Twitter

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