Who is Shibani Gambhir?

Shibani S. Gambhir: Vice President of Business Development for the United States Postal Service
Shibani Gambhir
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Appointed by Postmaster General Louis DeJoy in April 2022, Shibani Gambhir is the current Vice President of Business Development for the United States Postal Service. She has been a part of the USPS organization since 2003.

Duties and Responsibilities

As Vice President of Business Development, Gambhir reports to Jacqueline Strako, the Postal Service’s Chief Commerce & Business Solutions Officer and Executive Vice President. Shibani will lead the design and execution of the commercial sales strategy for a shipping portfolio exceeding $10 billion dollars. In addition, Shibani will also directly drive growth with the Postal Service’s largest enterprise and strategic accounts. She will also drive commercial strategy across the organization as a whole, guiding how USPS sells the right solutions built on top of their assets to their customer base.

Shibani Gambhir’s Background

Shibani Gambhir began her career with the US Postal Service in 2003, working as a Transportation Specialist. Prior to assuming her current role, Gambhir held a variety of positions within the Postal Service. Her most recent position was Director of Contracts and Pricing. Before this, Gambhir held the following roles: Sales Support Manager; Chief of Staff to the Postal Service’s Chief Marketing and Sales Officer; Manager of Network Development and Support, and Manager of Network Integration and Support.

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  1. Juli

    Years ago when I sent mail to someone 50 – 100 miles from my location, they received it the next day. Now postage is higher, technology should be better and it takes at least 2 & sometimes 3 days. Why is that?


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