Casey Brouthers, Esq., Vice President, Associate General Counsel at BayCoast Bank, has been selected to receive the 2023 Massachusetts Bankers Association Emerging Leader Award.
The Emerging Leader Award celebrates a woman under the age of 40, who is a rising star at her financial institution; a successful individual who possesses drive, initiative and outstanding leadership.
A graduate of Stonehill College in Easton, with a bachelor’s degree in Criminology, Brouthers began her career in community banking in 2010, gaining experience in a number of roles including teller, customer service representative, and loan processor. Her immediate success in the banking industry led Brouthers to explore exciting new opportunities while expanding her education, graduating from the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth Law School in 2019. She is licensed to practice law in both Massachusetts and Rhode Island.
Brouthers began her career at BayCoast Bank in 2020 as Vice President, Regulatory Policy and Enterprise Risk Strategist, becoming Vice President, Associate General Counsel just over a year later.
An active participant in numerous local organizations, Brouthers is an advocate for the Massachusetts Bankers Association and American Bankers Association, a member of the Fall River Mayor’s Task Force to End Homelessness and the Massachusetts Governor’s Advisory Committee (GAC) for Lead Poisoning Prevention. She is also a volunteer for Credit for Life, a financial literacy program offered by BayCoast Bank that helps high school students gain critical money management skills for the real world.
“We are extremely proud to congratulate Casey on this special honor from the Massachusetts Bankers Association,” said Nicholas M. Christ, President and CEO of BayCoast Bank. “Her expertise, exceptional work ethic and outstanding leadership skills make her a highly deserving recipient of this award. Our entire BayCoast family applauds her for this impressive achievement.”
A Taunton native, Brouthers currently lives in North Dighton.