Kearney leaving USPS to head Alliance of Nonprofit Mailers

kearneyPostcom.org reports that Stephen M. Kearney, currently the USPS Manager for Customer Retention, is leaving the agency to become the executive director of the Alliance of Nonprofit Mailers, replacing Tony Conway, who is retiring in December.

Kearney was the head of the USPS stamp program for two years until he was ousted from that post last December by new USPS Marketing Chief Nagisa Manabe.

Until current PMG Pat Donahoe took over the USPS in 2011, Kearney had been one of the USPS’s highest ranking executives, having been appointed an officer of the USPS by PMGs Anthony Frank, Bill Henderson, and Jack Potter. He served as Treasurer from 1990 to 2000, and then as a Vice President or Senior Vice President, and member of the USPS Executive Committee under Potter.

Kearney is a graduate of McGill University and has an MBA from George Washington University.

  • bad carrier

    cha-ching.

    • joe stutzman

      members of various govt bodies do this ALL the time,,no big deal.

  • Ben Franklin

    I think it’s safe to say that not only will Steve be doing much better in his new job, but he’ll be making considerably more than Donahoe!