PMG Megan J. Brennan has appointed Kristin Seaver chief information officer, a position that oversees USPS business insights, engineering systems, enterprise analytics, information security and infrastructure, and payment technology.
Seaver previously served as vice president of Capital Metro Area, where she oversaw all mail processing, distribution, customer service and administrative functions in a region with more than 60,000 employees and 2,700 Post Offices.
“Kristin has strengthened operational performance throughout the area,” said the PMG, who announced the appointment last week. Seaver received the 2015 Postmaster General Award based on the area’s performance, Brennan noted.
Seaver succeeds Randy Miskanic, who was appointed acting chief information officer last year. He will return to his former position as chief information security officer and digital solutions vice president.
Seaver began her USPS career as an industrial engineer and manager of remote encoding operations in Albany District. Later assignments included in-plant support manager for both the Northeast and Eastern areas, senior plant manager in Manchester, NH, and manager of the Brockton, MA, Processing and Distribution Center.
She has a bachelor’s of science degree in industrial engineering and a master’s degree in business administration from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, NY.