Executive Team


Behind the Scenes

  • Amine Khechfe

    Amine Khechfe, Chief Strategy Officer, Stamps.com/Co-founder Endicia

    Amine Khechfé is responsible for directing strategy for the Stamps.com family of companies, including Endicia. Stamps.com/Endicia provides eCommerce shipping technologies and services that have allowed their customers to print in excess of $24 billion in mailing and shipping labels. Amine co-founded Endicia in 1987 and has held a variety of management roles in engineering, management consulting, software development, marketing, business development and sales engineering – spanning his career. Amine earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Engineering from Worcester Polytechnic Institute and a Master of Science in Engineering from Stanford University.

  • Steve Rifai

    Steve Rifai, Chief Sales Officer

    Steve Rifai is the Chief Sales Officer at Stamps.com/Endicia, the leading provider of solutions for ecommerce shipping. Stamps.com/Endicia provides intuitive, easy-to-use electronic postage technologies and services that allow customers to print U.S. Postal Service mailing and shipping labels using a Mac or PC. Stamps.com/Endicia has enabled hundreds of thousands of shippers to print over $24 billion in postage. Prior to joining Endicia in 2000, Steve served as the CEO of Centric Engineering Systems. He holds a Ph.D. in engineering from Stanford University

  • Harry Whitehouse

    Harry Whitehouse, Co-founder and Chief Technology Officer, Retired

    Harry is a former Stanford Associate Professor with over 35 years of industry and management experience. He has led Endicia since its inception in 1982. Before that, Harry founded Pacific Sun, Inc., an engineering and management consulting firm in 1976, and he served as the president of a 35 employee manufacturing spin-off company from 1979-1984. Harry holds several patents in the U.S. and abroad, and is the lead software architect for all Endicia products. He has led many custom projects for industry and government clients, including various departments in the U.S. Postal Service. Harry holds a Ph.D. from Stanford University, and he has authored numerous technical journal articles and a nationally distributed text.