USPS logo LINK — USPS employee news Printable

Sales changes

Retirement, acting VP announced

Dennis Nicoski and Sharon Owens
Dennis Nicoski will retire as acting sales vice president, a role that will be filled by Sharon Owens.

Chief Customer and Marketing Officer Jacqueline Krage Strako has announced leadership changes within the Postal Service’s Sales organization.

In a memo this week, Strako announced Dennis Nicoski, acting sales vice president, plans to retire, although he will delay his departure to ensure an orderly transition and to assist with several key initiatives.

“I want to thank Dennis for his leadership while serving as Acting VP Sales, for his commitment to our customers, USPS growth and his passion for the development of his sales team,” Strako wrote.

Sharon Owens, pricing and costing vice president, will serve as acting sales vice president.

In her current role, Owens oversees the setting of published prices and postal regulatory reporting, among other duties.

“Sharon’s performance in her current assignment as well as her regular interaction with the sales team makes her uniquely qualified for this assignment,” Strako wrote.

The sales vice president position oversees customer acquisition, business and residential customer service support, revenue growth and retention, business development and improving the Postal Service’s market competitiveness and sales for commercial mailers.

Post-story highlights