MPOO 1 Denise Young
Photo: West Palm Beach Customer Relations Coordinator Curlita Rogers-Saunders
Jupiter Postmaster Denise Young has been
promoted to Manager, Post Office Operations for Area 1. Young had been detailed
to this position since April 2016.
As Manager, MPOO 1, Young will be responsible
for a total operating budget of $95 million and administratively will be
responsible for the 1,167 dedicated employees who work in delivery and retail units.
The MPOO 1 area includes 411 city routes and 172 rural routes. There are
409,263 deliveries. In Fiscal Year 2016, MPOO 1 offices generated 90 million in revenue.
“I am very proud of the employees in my area
of responsibility,” said Young. “We will continue to work together as a team to
provide outstanding service to our internal and external customers.”
Young joined the U.S. Postal Service as a
Multi-Position Letter Sorting Machine (MPLSM) Operator in Fort Wayne Indiana, in
1992. In four months, Young was detailed as Acting Supervisor, Distribution
Operations in the Fort Wayne, IN, Processing and Distribution Center. Eight
months later, Young was promoted to Supervisor, Distribution Operations. In
2000, Young transferred to South Florida and was a Supervisor, Customer
Services, at the Boynton Beach Main Office. She was promoted to Manager,
Customer Services, Palm Beach Gardens Branch.
During her 25-year career, Young accepted
several detail assignments of increasing levels of responsibility, including Acting
Manager, Distribution Operations at the West Palm Beach Processing and
Distribution Center and then Acting Manager, Customer Services at several West
Palm Beach locations. Young was promoted to Manager, Customer Services at Fort
Lauderdale’s Melrose Vista Branch and Tamarac Branch. She then accepted a
detail as Officer In Charge, Lawrenceville, GA.
“Denise brings a wealth of knowledge and
postal experience to her new position,” said District Manager Jeffery Taylor.
“Please join me in welcoming Denise to her new assignment and in wishing her
continued success in her postal career.”