According to a PostalReporter reader (Thanks), Azeezaly Jaffer, former USPS Vice President, Public Affairs and Communications has started his own public relations consulting business:
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Azeezaly Jaffer firstname.lastname@example.orgOwner, globalPRpros LLC. International Public Relations and Communications Consultant.
Washington D.C. Metro Area
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Current President and CEO at globalPRpros LLC (Sole Proprietorship)
Past Vice President, Public Affairs and Communications at United States Postal Service Executive Director, Stamp Services at United States Postal Service Director, External Relations at United States Postal Service Manager, Market and Product Publicity at United States Postal Service Executive Director, Public Affairs at National Aeronautics and Space Administration
Education University of Southern California
Santa Monica College
Beverly Hills High School
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Azeezaly Jaffer email@example.com’s Summary
Seasoned PR professional with expertise in media relations, crisis communications, brand and event management, marketing and promotions, talent relations, executive coaching and multi-cultural communications.
We stand ready to take any marketing or communications need you have.
Azeezaly Jaffer firstname.lastname@example.org’s Specialties:
Multi-cultural and multi-lingual.
Azeezaly Jaffer email@example.com’s Experience
President and CEO globalPRpros LLC (Sole Proprietorship)
(Sole Proprietorship; 1-10 employees; Public Relations and Communications industry)
August 2007 — Present (5 months)
A full service communications company specializing in media relations, crisis communications, multi-cultural initiatives, brand development, extension and management. Additional expertise in licensing, special events, marketing, promotions, talent relations, executive coaching and video production.
Previous articles and OIG report on Azeezaly Jaffer:
The OIG report that prompted Jaffer’s sudden resignation.
A Washington Post article summarizes the OIG’s findings on Jaffer