Postal Service leaders Robert Cintron, Isaac S. Cronkhite and Linda M. Malone have been appointed to new positions.
Cintron now serves as Network Operations vice president, overseeing the Postal Service’s distribution network, including its design, logistics and maintenance.
He has held a variety of positions during his 31-year career, most recently serving as Enterprise Analytics vice president. He reports to Chief Operating Officer David Williams.
Cronkhite has succeeded Cintron as Enterprise Analytics vice president. He is responsible for using data and technology to improve service and efficiencies through enhanced performance measurement systems.
Cronkhite joined USPS as an industrial engineer in 2004. He has held several field positions and most recently served as processing operations manager at headquarters. He reports to Chief Information Officer Kristin A. Seaver.
Malone was named Capital Metro Area vice president, overseeing 63,000 employees in a region with eight districts and approximately 16 million customers.
She has held several positions since beginning her career in 1985, most recently serving as Network Operations vice president. She continues to report to Williams.
PMG Megan J. Brennan announced the appointments, which took effect last week.