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Employees recognized at NPF

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Postal Service leaders gather with the Business Connect honorees, who are seated. From left are Donald Ingram, John Martin, Jo Ann Wells, Brittany Hable, Tasha Gilliam and Melody Salyer.

USPS honored several employees at this year’s National Postal Forum (NPF) in Baltimore.

Six employees were recognized for their work with Business Connect, a program that encourages Postmasters and station managers to initiate discussions with customers about USPS products and services.

The honorees, all Postmasters, are:

  • Tasha Gilliam (Fairplay, SC)
  • Brittany Hable (Belle Plaine, MN)
  • Donald Ingram (Greensburg, KY)
  • John Martin (Vincennes, IN)
  • Melody Salyer (McKee, KY)
  • Jo Ann Wells (Meade, KS)

The Postal Service also recognized several employees for their efforts to register new business customers for NPF:

  • Business Service Network Representative Matthew Bartholomew (Minneapolis)
  • Sierra Coastal District Sales Manager Rosalinda Beattie (Santa Clarita, CA)
  • Consumer and Industry Contact Acting Manager Stephanie Gonzales (San Antonio)
  • Business Mail Entry Manager Michael Graybill (Santa Clarita, CA)
  • Business Alliances Specialist Erick Keskey (Minneapolis)
  • Business Service Network Representative Doni Morgan (Baltimore)
  • Business Alliances Specialist Peggy Osborne (St. Charles, MO)
  • Consumer and Industry Contact Manager Natalie Sorvari (Minneapolis)
  • Field Account Representative Margarita Wilensky (Alameda, CA)
  • Business Service Network Acting Representative Da Shiek Woodard (Santa Clarita, CA)
  • Sierra Coastal District Marketing Manager Ramela Younekian (Santa Clarita, CA)
  • Field Account Representative Diane Young (Salt Lake City)

NPF, the mailing and shipping industry’s largest annual conference, concluded May 24.

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