Megan Brennan Named First Female Postmaster General - Midwest Direct


November 14, 2014

Megan Brennan Named First Female Postmaster General


The U.S. Postal Service Board of Governors has announced that Megan J. Brennan will succeed Patrick Donahoe as the 74th Postmaster General and CEO of the Postal Service.   

Megan Brennan joined the Postal Service in 1986 as a carrier in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. She began her management career as a delivery and collection supervisor. She was named Chief Operating Officer and executive vice president in December 2010, reporting directly to the Postmaster General.

“I am deeply honored and humbled to take on this role at such an exciting time for the organization,” said Brennan. “The Postal Service plays a vital role in America’s society and economy and I’m looking forward to strengthening that role and meeting the demands of a rapidly evolving marketplace in the years ahead.”

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