Dan Bailey began his career at MidWestOne Bank in 2007. For the past five years, he has overseen the administrative and operational processes for the private banking department at MidWestOne and also works with clients to assist with their financial needs. He has served as co-chair of MidWestOne’s United Way campaign for three consecutive years. He is a graduate of the University of Iowa and holds a B.A. in Economics and a certificate in entrepreneurship.
Kathryn Sidwell has six years of banking and lending experience. She also brings over 15 years of sales and service expertise to the group. Prior to rejoining MidWestOne in 2016, she spent almost five years at the University of Iowa within the Treasury Operations department, working and supervising in loans, collections and billing areas. From the University of Iowa she holds both a B.A. in English and a B.B.A. from the UI Tippie College of Business. She contributes to the department on a full-level spectrum, including direct client services and long-term strategic development.
Kevin Werner began his community banking career in 1986. He joined MidWestOne Bank in 2000. He interacts with all areas of the bank including commercial lending, mortgage lending, consumer lending and investment services. Kevin’s focus is building long-term relationships with his clients. He is a graduate of the Iowa Consumer Credit School, the Iowa School of Banking and the Graduate School of Banking at Colorado; he earned his B.A. in Economics from the University of Iowa. Kevin is a lifelong resident of Iowa City and has served on many nonprofit boards in our community. He is a member of the Monday Morning Quarterback Club and an avid Hawkeye, and currently serves on the Board of Directors for the Iowa City Area Crime Stoppers.
Thais Winkleblack began her career as a community banker with MidWestOne Bank in 1998. She helped to create the Private Banking Department at MidWestOne Bank in 2005. Her work in wealth management often focuses on the practicalities of financial planning and the complexities of family relationships, and how to bring continuity to these two important facets of our lives. She excels at project management and uses her expertise to help individuals and organizations identify their goals and create a plan to meet them. She is a graduate of the Iowa School of Banking and the Graduate School of Banking at Colorado; she holds a B.A. in Russian from Grinnell College. She is passionate about the community in which she lives and works and is involved in a number of area organizations. Some highlights of her community engagement are: Past President of the Iowa City Foreign Relations Council, Past President of the Iowa City Noon Rotary Club, Past Chair of Women Build (Iowa Valley Habitat for Humanity) for two consecutive years, and a founding member of the Executive Council of 5224Good--a learning and giving circle in Johnson County.