For the last 17 plus years, Tim Ratliff has worked in USPS corporate communications including administering internal employee communications and external public communications. Tim has served as a spokesperson, managed event planning/promotion, functioned as a point-person for crisis communications, issued news releases, provided photography/video support, worked as writer/editor for employee publications, participated in various advertising campaigns, and provided support/content for USPS social media promotion.
Tim received a Great Lakes Area Vice President’s Award for providing communications support during the 2001 anthrax crisis. He served on the national public affairs and communications team for the Biohazard Detection System rollout, promoted the USPS Pro Cycling team, received a Federal Employee of the Year team award for a retail lobby communication service program, and was the promotion point-person for the grand opening of the first USPS Retail Learning Lab.
In addition, Tim teaches communication related classes at local colleges and universities.
Tim earned a master’s degree in communications from Wheaton College, a master’s degree in religious studies at Trinity International University and a bachelor’s degree from Moody Bible Institute.