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2017 PCC Leadership Award Winners

PCC Leadership Winners

Pictured Above Left to right: Jim Cochrane, Chief Customer and Marketing Officer & Executive Vice President; Megan Brennan, Postmaster General & Chief Executive Officer; Momo Madiah, Industry Co-Chair, Greater Charlotte PCC; Justin Henderson, Postal Vice Chair, Greater Charlotte PCC; Ron Stroman, Deputy Postmaster General & Government Relations Officer; Kristin Seaver, Chief Information Officer & Executive Vice President; LeGretta Ross-Rawlins, Postal Co-Chair, Greater Charlotte PCC; Glen Swyers, Industry Vice Chair, Greater Charlotte PCC; Dave Williams, Chief Operating Officer & Executive Vice President; Tom Marshall, General Counsel & Executive Vice President; and Jeff Williamson, Chief Human Resources Officer & Executive Vice President.

Top performing Postal Customer Council (PCC) leaders and groups were recognized at a recent Postal Service Headquarters ceremony where individual mailing customers, postal employees and PCCs representing members nationwide were honored for their innovation, communication, and dedication to growing the PCC Network. As one of the foremost customer communication channels of the Postal Service, PCCs represent a way to network, collaborate and build mail knowledge and growth.

A total of 27 Leadership Award winners in 11 different categories were congratulated by the Postmaster General and her senior Executive Leadership Team for their outstanding work in the mailing and shipping industry.

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The 2017 PCC of the Year Large Market Award was awarded to the Greater Charlotte PCC. The Greater Charlotte PCC was recognized for using best practices to communicate and engage members through engaging events, educational seminars, and their PCC website.

The PCC used local postmasters and current PCC members to recruit new PCC members. The PCC also hosted the Cap Metro Area Focus Group meeting in May 2016. The PCC also hosts an annual Carolina Postal Forum, by connecting with other PCCs. One of the key results of the PCC’s hard work was an increase in membership.

Up-and-Comer Award

This new award category for 2017 recognized rising stars in the PCC community. In alphabetical order the winners are:

East Central Iowa PCC
Greater Hudson Valley PCC
Tampa Bay Suncoast PCC

Because of their hard work and perseverance, these PCCs were recognized for their achievements.  Click for PDF