Currently alive, at 60 years of age.
1956 – John E. Potter was born in Bronx, New York.
1977 – Received his B.A. in Economics from Frodham University.
1978 – A Bronx native who joined the Postal Service as a clerk in New York.
1995 – Received his M.A. in Business Management from Sloan School of Management, MIT.
1998-1999 – Was the Senior VP in Operations and Senior VP in Labor Relations of the United States Postal Service.
2000 – He was the EVP and COO of the United States Postal Service.
2001 – Named 72nd postmaster general of the United States of America on June 1st, Jack Potter has led the Postal Service to record levels of service, efficiency, and financial performance.
– CEO of United States Postal Service.
2006 – Enacted that the law puts the Postal Service on a firm financial footing for the future, preserving universal service at affordable rates, with price increases tied to the rate of inflation.
– Potter serves on the Postal Service Board of Governors. He is also vice chairman of the International Post Corporation, an association of 23 national postal operators in Europe, North America and Asia Pacific; chairman of the Kahala Posts Group, an Asia-Pacific alliance that includes the United States, Australia, China, Hong Kong, Japan, and Korea; and a member of the president’s National Hire Veterans Committee.