Bob’s knowledge and experience will be a great asset as NAPM continues to work actively with the USPS and the mailing industry to develop a new intelligent Streamlined Acceptance process.
Annapolis, MD (PRWEB) July 24, 2011
The National Association of Presort Mailers announced today that Robert Galaher has accepted the position of Executive Director for the association starting August 1, 2011. Bob recently retired from the United States Postal Service after 37 years of dedicated service. Bob has always been a change agent for the Postal Service. Starting out as distribution clerk, Bob moved up the ranks to Manager of Business Mail Acceptance, where he was responsible for the oversight of the national acceptance network processing approximately 12 million mailings yearly with $36 billion in annual revenue. Most recently Bob worked as Manager of Special Projects responsible for developing a plan to identify business and technical solutions to modernize the mail acceptance process, and develop a strategic vision and tactical roadmap for the Mail Entry and Payment Technology organization.
Rich Gebbie, President of NAPM said “Bob brings an invaluable set of skills and experience with business mail acceptance along with a real passion. Bob’s knowledge and experience will be a great asset as NAPM continues to work actively with the USPS and the mailing industry to develop a new intelligent Streamlined Acceptance process.”
The current NAPM Executive Director Joel Thomas will be retiring after many years of dedicated service. Rich said “NAPM thanks Joel for his leadership and guidance and we wish him the best in the years to come.”
About National Association of Presort Mailers
NAPM members barcode and commingle 27 billion pieces of first and standard class letters and flats annually for their clients. Almost every NAPM member is Full Service compliant.
The National Association of Presort Mailers was founded in 1984 for the purpose of providing a channel of communications among members concerning regulations, policies, plans and actions, which impact the presort/prebarcoding industry and to: 1. Represent the interests of all presort/prebarcoding mailers; 2. Improve communications between the presort mailing industry and the U.S. Postal Service and the U.S. Congress; 3. Promote professional and ethical business practices among members; 4. Develop and improve USPS worksharing programs to produce cost savings and service benefits for the Postal Service and our industry.
For more information visit Presortmailer.org or contact Rich Gebbie at 216-469-2955.