Rosemarie Fernandez Named Acting USPS Employee Resource Management VP

CHRO Jeffrey C. Williamson has named Rosemarie Fernandez acting vice president, Employee Resource Management.

Fernandez, a 35-year postal employee who began her career as a clerk in Van Nuys, CA, has been manager of the San Francisco District since 2010. She is a former manager of the Sacramento District and served from 2000 to 2004 as Postmaster of San Francisco.

A Lean Six Sigma executive green belt, Fernandez was named District Manager of the Year by the National Postal Customer Council in Sept. 2011. She also has received a Vice President’s award from USPS and was named as one of the “Most Influential Women in the Bay Area” by the San Francisco Business Times.

Fernandez assumes her new duties June 3.

  • Painter Barry

    “Green Belts are the employees who take up Six Sigma implementation along with their other job responsibilities, operating under the guidance of Black Belts” So the question is where in the USPS Executive Structure are the “Black Belts”?

    • LiamSkye

      Some are in the Continuous Improvement office, some are contractors. I have no idea how many there are but I have a sense there are not very many.

  • roadking

    more waste

  • Old Letter Carrier

    Congratulations to Rosemarie Fernandez. She is one of the finest executives that I worked with at the USPS. A perfect selection for the folks at the USPS. Good luck to Rosemarie!

    • RacerRay

      Just what the USPS needs! More,overpaid,deadweight at the top.She might be the nicest thing since sliced bread but we don’t need more VPs. I thought we were hurting for money?!? Oh,just the crafts must take less. I got it…..

  • Alex Valdivia

    WOW! Congratulations Rosemarie. This is well deserved. You were one of the best Managers I ever worked with. The USPS will improve because of your efforts. Best wishes to you and Kim.