Celebrating 60 Years of the PCC

PCC Day – 2014

Where and When:

Stephens Lake Park Riechmann Pavilion
2001 E Broadway, Columbia, MO 65201
Old highway 63 to East Walnut Pavilion is on the right
Columbia, MO 65201

Thursday, September 11, 2014 from 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM (CDT)

The Central Missouri Postal Customer Council cordially invites you to join us Thursday, September 11, 2014 as we celebrate PCC Day. Our meeting is at the lovely Riechmann Pavilion located in Stephens Park. To get to the Pavilion please come down old highway 63. Take East Walnut and come down approximately a quarter mile. The Pavilion is located on the right side of the road behind Stephens Lake.

The morning begins at 9:00 a.m. with light refreshments followed by our first presentation on Senior Scams. Our facilitator is from Secretary of State Jason Kander’s office.

We will have a short break and begin the second segment of our day with a videotaped message from the Postmaster General and remarks by our Postal Headquarters VIP, Ms. Kelly Sigmon. Ms. Sigmon’s bio follows.

Those attending for the entire day will receive our professional certificate. The cost for that is $10.00 and includes lunch. If you are only interested in coming for the presentation on Senior Scams there is no cost for that presentation.

Kelly M. Sigmon was named vice president of Channel Access in May 2011. Reporting to the chief marketing and sales officer, executive vice president, Sigmon oversees product and service access alternatives for consumer and small business channels and determines and implements where and how products are sold—whether in retail, on-line, or alternate locations.

A career Postal Service employee, Sigmon has held numerous positions throughout her tenure. Prior to her current role, she served as vice president, Engineering Systems, and managed the support and development efforts for internal operational systems. Before that, she served as district manager for the Southeast Michigan Performance Cluster, where she was responsible for postal operations involving two processing and distribution centers and 124 Post Offices encompassing the eastern side of Michigan. In this role, Sigmon also oversaw the implementation of the Michigan Metroplex Facility, one of four implemented in the last three years nationwide. She has also served in various other capacities, including: senior plant manager of the Royal Oak, Michigan Processing and Distribution Center; area manager for In Plant Support in the Great Lakes Area; manager, In Plant Support, for the San Bernardino, California Processing and Distribution Center; and operations support specialist for the Pacific Area.

Sigmon holds a bachelor’s degree in Industrial Engineering from California State Polytechnic University, and a Masters of Business Administration from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.


(You may also pay by credit card at the event if you prefer)

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