National Association of Postal Supervisors

On September 7, 1908, 50 postal supervisors from post offices in 13 states met in Louisville, KY to establish an association that comprised members dedicated to the welfare of supervisors within the then-United States Post Office Department. More than 100 years later, the National Association of Postal Supervisors (NAPS) continues to work toward this same goal.

NAPS HQ Update on CRDO's National Supervisor Symposium

Save the Date: Supervisor Symposium

Supervisors will be scheduled for the training. This event is coordinated and scheduled by the USPS. Below are the names of the area coordinators who should be contacted for any questions:

  • Atlantic – Mike Shea + Wendy Parlin
  • Central – Virginia Vermillion + Derek Strissel
  • Southern – Simi George + Michelle Jarrell
  • West Pac – Tony Muething + Kirt Forsyth


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NAPS' representation spans across the postal workforce, ranging from first-line supervisors who work both in facilities where postal employees process and deliver mail, to mid-level and senior managers in every functional area of the Postal Service as well as postmasters.

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