Three new USPS VPs appointed in Retail and Delivery Operations
Angela H. Curtis has been named the Postal Service’s delivery operations vice president.
In this role, she reports to Chief Retail and Delivery Officer Joshua D. Colin, with responsibilities that cover city and rural delivery, fleet management and the delivery operations command center.
Curtis is a 29-year postal veteran and has served in several roles, including her most recent assignment as retail and Post Office operations vice president.
Other previous assignments include serving as acting vice president for the former Eastern Area and manager of the former Mid-Carolinas and Baltimore districts.
Her appointment is one of three announced recently in Retail and Delivery Operations.
Elvin Mercado was named retail and Post Office operations vice president.
In this position, he oversees the Postal Service’s retail network, including more than 31,000 Post Offices.
Mercado, who joined USPS in 1988, has been Central Area’s retail and delivery operations vice president since March. Other previous assignments include manager of the former Westchester and Triboro districts and Postmaster for Manhattan and the Bronx, NY.
Eric E. Henry was named Central Area’s acting retail and delivery operations vice president.
Henry has been with USPS for 30 years and was named manager of New York 3 District, composed of the former Albany, Westchester and Western New York districts.
His previous assignments including serving as Triboro District manager.