Naomi Quiram ’78

Alumni and Administrator

Director of Print and Mail Services at Gustavus Adolphus College, with responsibility for incoming and outgoing letters and parcels, on campus mail, production printing, wide format printing and the managed print program.

She is a cofounder of the South Central Minnesota Postal Customer Council (SCMPCC) and a member of the National Association of College and University Mailers (NACUMS), Association of Rocky Mountain College and University Mail Services (ARMCUMS), and the Association of College and University Printers (ACUP).  Naomi is the Industry CoChair of the SCMPCC, past member of the Postal Customer Council Advisory Committee (PCCAC), past Membership Chair of the PCCAC and 2013 ACUP conference cohost. She has also done volunteer work with United Way, St Peter School District, Catholic Community of Saint Peter, Peace Pipe Girl Scout Council, ROCK (Reaching out to Christ’s Kids), Twin Valley Boy Scout, Relay for Life and Alpha Phi Omega.  She is the recipient of the APO Distinguished Service Key, Bishops Medal of Service and Western Area Industry Member of the Year.

Under Naomi’s leadership, Gustavus Adolphus College merged the print and mail operation, improved the customer’s experience, expanded services offered and increased revenue.

Naomi has been a frequent presenter at the National Postal Forum and SCMPCC events.  Naomi also presented at the Midwest Mailing Forum and provides educational sessions to business and organizations in south central Minnesota.

Her vocation, first and foremost is informed by her commitment to family. Commitment to family has provided a springboard, a foundation of skills for mentoring, role modeling, time management, organization, relationship development and leadership.

Naomi lives in Saint Peter Minnesota with her husband Leon.  They have two children, Gina, a visiting professor at Gustavus Adolphus College and Jason an employee of the United States Postal Services.


“Discovering vocation does not mean scrambling toward some prize just beyond my reach but accepting the treasure of true self I already possess. Vocation does not come from a voice out there calling me to be something I am not. It comes from a voice in here calling me to be the person I was born to be."

— Thomas Merton


Southwest State University, Gustavus Adolphus College '78