Alex started working part-time in the mailroom of a mortgage company when he was 16 years old, which is how he learned the process of shipping approximately 20,000 letters a week. At that time, he had no idea he would one day work in a mail center again. In 1998, Alex graduated With Honors from Shelton High School in Connecticut and was accepted at the University of Connecticut. He started attending the University's regional campus in Stanford while also working as an assistant Director of Sales for a Holiday Inn hotel and conference center. He became well known as a banquet coordinator for many large events and meetings among the Bridgeport Regional Business Council.
In 2002, Alex joined Harvard's team. Since then, he has helped the Mail Center to grow into a large and efficient operation that services the Mail Forwarding needs of thousands of companies. Alex’s efficiency and managerial skills have been of utmost importance as Harvard’s mail room has flourished into a state-of-the-art Mail Center.
Call, fax or email Alex to initiate your Mail Forwarding or Virtual Office service and to check on any incoming mail you may be receiving at our address.
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