The UPMA Learning Center online training website is dedicated to career, professional and personal development of its members. Additional training presentations will be added over time.
Access to the training presentations requires a logon using your membership number and the first two letters of your last name. Your membership number can be found on the mailing label of the UPMA Leader publication. If you do not have a copy of the UPMA Leader please contact your chapter President.
Postmaster General, Megan Brennan announced her plans to retire on January 31, 2020. Posted by Frank Augustosky on 10/16/19It was announced today that our Postmaster General, Megan Brennan, has decided to retire on January 31, 2020. While we wish Megan well in her retirement, I want to say personally and professionally that she will be greatly missed by myself and the UPMA organization. Whether it was at one of our conventions, legislative summits, or any other meeting that she attended, or that I was invited to attend, I feel she was always gracious and open and honest with me and with us as an organization. Megan always took extra time to answer questions, have her picture taken with groups, or individuals, and to make sure that as much as possible everyone felt their issues were addressed. Obviously it is too early to know who the next individual to hold the title of Postmaster General of the United States will be; however, rest assured that I will work hard on behalf of UPMA to forge a partnership that is beneficial to both the members of UPMA and the United States Postal Service going forward.Again, we wish Megan all the best and we wish her a long, happy and fulfilling retirement.
Dan Heins, National President