Board of Directors

  • Terry AhrensVice President Direct Marketing, Harte Hanks
  • Angelo Anagnostopoulos, Vice President, Postal Affairs, GrayHair Software, Inc.
  • Robert Arnish, SVP Enterprise Postal Strategy, Bank of America
  • Maynard Benjamin, President, EMA
  • Todd Black, Managing Director, WebTrack Division, Intelisent
  • Kelly Browning, Executive Vice President, American Institute for Cancer Research
  • Becky Brubaker, General Manager, Harlequin Distribution Center
  • Robert B. Buhler, Partner, Accenture
  • Don Caddy, COO, Engineering Innovation, Inc. 
  • John Campo, Vice President Government Relations, Endicia/Stamps.com 
  • Hamilton Davison, Executive Director, American Catalog Mailers Association 
  • Vincent DeAngelis, VP Postal Relations Neopost USA  
  • Rich Domagala, Director of Postal Affairs, Mystic Logistics 
  • Richard Eaton, Vice President, Operations, Highlights for Children, Inc.
  • Sam Edelston, Vice President, Bottom Line Inc. 
  • Jerry Faust, Vice President – Print & Distribution, Time, Inc.
  • Rose Flanagan, Manager, Postal Strategies & Logistics, Data-Mail 
  • Donna Hanbery, Executive Director, Saturation Mailers Coalitions & Alliance of Independent Store Owners and Professionals
  • Sharon Harrison, Vice President, Postal Strategy, AT&T Mailing Solutions, AT&T
  • Joe Hillyer, Director of Manufacturing & Postal Affairs, Scholastic, Inc.
  • Coleman W. Hoyt (Director Emeritus)
  • Lucie Jameson, Assistant Director, Direct Marketing Programs, The Hartford
  • Carol Kliewer, Vice President, Distribution & Logistics, Harland Clarke Holdings
  • Paul Kovlakas, Director, Postal Regulatory & Industry Affairs, Pitney Bowes, Inc. 
  • Justin Krawczyk, Postal Consultant, FedEx Ground
  • Richard L. Kropski, SVP, Logistics & Supply Chain Operations, Arandell Corporation
  • Robert LindsayDirector of Postal Affairs and Business Development, RR Donnelley 
  • Thomas Lloyd, Supplier Manager, Capital One
  • Jessica Lowrance, Director, Postal Policy and Sustainability, Director, Postal Policy and Sustainability
  • Joe Lubenow, Director-Emeritus, President & CEO, Lubenow & Associates
  • Mindy McClellan, Project Manager, Postal Affairs, Discover Financial Services
  • John Medeiros, Director Postal Affairs, DHL eCommerce
  • Laura Middlekauf, Senior Product Owner Data Quality, Acxiom Corporation
  • Dan Moll, Associate Vice President, Parcel Shippers Association
  • Lloyd Moss,Vice President of Product Management & Strategy, Window Book, Inc.
  • Michael Norris, USPS Account Representative, Siemens Postal Parcel Airport Logistic LLC
  • Brian Palmer, Senior Manager, Postal Programs, Amazon
  • Norm Pegram, Board Member, Printing Industries of America    
  • Richard Porras, Director Postal Strategy, Newgistics, Inc. 
  • Anita Pursley, Sr. Manager Industry Relations, BCC Software
  • Bob Rosser, Director Postal Affairs, Products and Services IWCO Direct
  • Mury Salls, Senior Vice President, Broadridge
  • Doug Schaus, Senior Manager, Northrop Grumman  
  • Bob Schimek, Senior Director, Postal Affairs, Satori Software   
  • Brian Schmitt, Director of Logistics, Hearst Magazines
  • Bill Sloyan, Vice President, Technical Service, Freedom Graphic Systems 
  • Wendy Smith, Asst. Vice President of Fulfillment Operations, Postal Affairs, Publishers Clearing House
  • David Steinhardt, President & CEO, Idealliance
  • Paula Stoskopf, Postal & Industry Affairs, Fairrington, an LSC Communications Company
  • Randy Stumbo, Senior Director of Distribution/Postal Affairs, Meredith Corporation
  • Phil Thompson, Director Postal Affairs, Quad/Graphics
  • Thomas UnderkofflerSenior Manager Transportation, CVS Caremark
  • Vacant, Christian Book Distributors, Inc.
  • Vacant, Conde Nast
  • Vacant, Disabled American Veterans 

Postal services are now seen as being “way more valuable” than they were five or even two years ago, An Post’s chief executive has said.

The digital world had closed down one door – mail – but it had opened another in terms of e-commerce, David McRedmond, who is also the chairman of the board of Eir, told the Communications Workers Union conference in Killarney.

Parcel business had increased by 30 per cent and that sort of growth meant An Post was not a marginal company, he said.

Mr McRedmond said that a 38 per cent increase in the cost of stamps and parcels meant that for the first time An Post was covering costs but the focus moving forward would be on growing the company, not just on handling change.