US Stamps

By Bill McAllister, Washington Correspondent

CSAC member Shriver resigns from panel

May 05, 2015 07:51 AM

Debra Shriver, who had been appointed to the Citizens' Stamp Advisory Committee in February 2012, resigned from the panel after its October meeting, a postal spokesman told Linn’s Stamp News.

Her resignation drops the committee to 13 members, giving Postmaster General Megan Brennan the opportunity to fill two vacancies.

As vice president and chief communications officer for Hearst Corp., Shriver was described as a spokesperson for the company's magazine group, which is "the world's largest publisher for women," when former Postmaster General Patrick Donahoe named her to the panel.

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