Sarasota, FL (July 24, 2014) —One to One DocuSource (doing business as The One to One Group in Sarasota) has completed the second phase of a multi-step planned process of expansion. Responding to a year of double-digit growth and the realignment of key corporate staff, changes reflect the continued expansion of the company due to client demand.
In a major move to support the growing list of nationally known nonprofits, Scott Hinckley has joined The One to One Group as vice president of client relations. He previously held work as the director of annual giving at the Museum of Science and Industry (MOSI) in Tampa. Scott currently serves as the treasurer and board member on the Association of Fundraising Professionals of Southwest Florida, and prior to joining MOSI, he was the chief development officer for Circus Sarasota.
Additionally, responding to the increased client base, Nikki LePine has joined the production services team at The One to One Group as a digital print production specialist. LePine comes to The One to One Group from the retail sector, where she specialized in management, purchasing, and customer relations. A graduate of Keyon College, Hinckley and his wife, Elizabeth live in Sarasota with their daughter. He will be officially assuming his new role August 1st.
“The addition of talented, respected and professionally diverse professionals like Scott Hinckley is a fundamental component in a planned process that we anticipate will continue for another 12 to 18 months in Sarasota,” says Dana Dorroh, CEO of One to One DocuSource. “Both he and Nikki bring fresh ideas and great creative energy to a team of stellar professionals working in support of nonprofits across the eastern seaboard.”
Both Hinckley and LePine are part of the second phase of a major corporate realignment that began when One to One DocuSource opened its third regional office in Boston earlier this year.
“The discipline of integrated direct marketing is growing ever-more complex because of how quickly new channels are flourishing. At the same time, this complexity poses greater challenges to our nonprofit clients who are constantly raising funds,” says Dave Olson, senior vice president of Florida operations. “Our mission is to make integrated direct marketing easy for them — and to help incorporate new channels seamlessly into their existing marketing programs. We consistently deliver on this promise with quality, reliability, and value.”
This talent expansion in Sarasota is complemented by the addition of two account service specialists, three production specialists and one accounting specialist in North Carolina.
“Our growth in multiple locations is directly related to our focus and commitment to delivering a constant one source suite of technology based professional services to our clients. This is only accomplished through the time and attention of our talented team,” says Dorroh.