South Florida District Manager Jeffery A. Taylor is pleased to present the first graduating class of the New Supervisor Program: Wendy Carlisle, Key West Post Office; Sandra Fiedler, Georgia Parsons, Fort Pierce Post Office; David Samarel, Boca Main Office; and Dianne Scott, Port St. Lucie Main Office.
These dedicated employees completed 52 weeks of training --- in addition to maintaining a daily work routine. At their graduation ceremony, Taylor praised their commitment to the Postal Service and its future.
“Your graduation from this program is the biggest step that starts everything in your career,” said Taylor. “The Postal Service gave you the opportunity, but you’re the one who did it. Be proud of yourself.”
Special thanks to Manager, Learning Development and Diversity Damaris Agrait and Human Resources Specialist Edith Naar who tracked each student’s progress in completing 139 online courses totaling 225 training hours (including hands-on experience in the workplace). Graduates also would like to thank their mentors: Port St. Lucie Supervisor, Customer Services Angie Alvarez (Scott); Manager, Post Office Operations Joseph Croce (Carlisle); Boca Raton Supervisor, Customer Services Brian Cronin (Samarel); Stuart Postmaster Joel Ouellette (Parsons); and Clewiston Postmaster Ruth Nall (Fielder).
The second class in the New Supervisor Program is in its fourth month and is scheduled to graduate in March 2015. Students include Tina Blount, Palms Central Annex; Carlisa Branon, Margate Branch; Victor Collado, Flagler Station; Deborah Dhue, Inverrary Branch, Pedro Gonzalez, Deerfield Beach Annex; Steve Maiorino, Haverhill Branch; Esteban Martinez, Tamarac Branch; Elizabeth Muniz, Coral Springs Branch; John Neal, Flamingo Station; Neil Ricketts, Coconut Creek Postal Store; and Elouise Robinson-Holiday, Opa-Locka Main Office.