Vice President, Corporate Communications
Jeffery Adams was named vice president, Corporate Communications in August 2020. In this role, he reports directly to the Postmaster General and chief executive officer and oversees all aspects of internal and external communications of the $73 billion (annual revenue) organization with 644,000 employees. The responsibilities of this position include oversight and direction of the Postal Service’s Corporate Communications nationwide team, comprised of Public Relations, National Events, Field Communications, Digital Communications, Employee Communications and Content Management, Strategic and Crisis Communications. Most recently, he served as the director, Corporate Communications for the Postal Service.
Adams has more than 30 years of extensive experience in the fields of strategic and crisis communications, public relations and marketing. Prior to joining the Postal Service, he was the head of global communications for military and commercial automotive manufacturer AM General. He also spent approximately 15 years at Lockheed Martin where he held a variety of strategic leadership positions with increasing levels of responsibility in the areas of program communications, advertising, branding and media relations.
Adams is a U.S. Army veteran. He holds a bachelor’s degree from Auburn University in Mass Communications and a master’s degree in Human Resources from Webster University.
Latest update: December 2020