Debra Visco is Director, Distribution & Postal Affairs at The New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM). Debra started in the mailing industry 30 years ago, working at the Massachusetts Medical Society and its publication NEJM in Waltham, MA. She has held various management positions throughout the years in mailing operations overseeing postal presorting, bulk mail fulfillment, warehouse services, shipping and digital printing. Recently promoted into her newest role, she is responsible for overseeing worldwide distribution of the NEJM.
Debra’s been the Treasurer of the U.S. Postal Service Greater Boston Postal Customer Council (PCC) Executive Board for 20 years and is the Vice President of Membership for the Mail Systems Management Association ( MSMA) New England Chapter. She currently holds the position of Director at Large on the MSMA National Board. Debra was the recipient of the Cliff Bennett Memorial Education Award (MSMA) in 2016 and was the Greater Boston PCC Member of the Year in 2014 and 2015. She holds mailing industry certifications of: CMDSM, CMDSS, EMCM, MDP and MDC.
Debra is involved with several Italian American social clubs and is a lifelong motor racing fan. She also enjoys sporting events, movies, jigsaw puzzles and spending time with family & friends.
The New England Journal of Medicine is published by the Massachusetts Medical Society and is among the world’s most prestigious peer-reviewed medical journals and the oldest continuously published one. The NEJM completed its second century of service to the medical community in 2012. More than 600,000 people in 177 countries read it each week.