RTP, N.C. (September 16, 2014) DocuSource of North Carolina, a full-service, technology based, digital print and professional services provider, has added five new employees to the team. Earlier this summer, the company acquired majority interest in The One to One Group. As a result, additional client service and production was needed to support the expansion.

“With this acquisition, our professional team now has more than 40 highly skilled professionals providing our clients an expanded range of services and resources,” states DocuSource CEO, Dana Dorroh. “As we grow, we will continue to focus on talent, innovation and philanthropy.”

Account Services Representative
Lucia Moser is a graduate of North Carolina State University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Art Studies and a minor in Art Entrepreneurship. She has worked with various nonprofits across the Triangle region including the North Carolina Museum of Art, Gregg Museum of Art and Design and Triangle Art Works. She also worked as a radio host at NC State’s student run radio station 88.1 WKNC for four years.


Account Manager
Angie Harbison is a graduate of Winston Salem State University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Art and a concentration in Computer Graphics Art. She has worked with various printing and advertising agencies in the U.S. including Ogilvy & Mather of New York. She has developed multiple design concepts from brand awareness to guerrilla marketing right down to the point of purchase. She assisted in North Carolina Central University rebranding of their on campus women’s support group, Circle of Sisters, as well as creating multiple identity packages including web concept layout designs around the Triangle. She has also worked as a creative designer and account manager for the past six years and has recently taken up photography as a hobby to better enhance her artistic visual skills.


Mailroom Specialist
Sarah Partin is a graduate of University of North Carolina at Wilmington with a bachelor’s of art degree. Her previous experience includes administrative roles, customer service and non?profits. Sarah works in various capacities at DocuSource but specializes in mailings. Sarah has a high degree of knowledge about postal paperwork and regulations. She is a technician that runs several mailing machines including inserters and envelope printers that can quickly handle high capacity jobs. Sarah takes pride in every project she is involved with and her goal is to continually come up with new and creative ideas to facilitate DocuSource’s growth as a leader in the printing and mailing industries.


Mailroom Specialist
Brian Parady comes from a family of printers and brings 35 years of experience in printing, color, communication, quality and accuracy to DocuSource. His experience started with the evolution of the printing industry from the old school o?set process transitioning smoothly to today’s high tech digital printing techniques. Brian maintains a high level of trust and con?dence ensuring all ?nished products are quality checked for accuracy.


Workflow Coordinator
Barbara “Barbie” Frickman started as a production assistant at DocuSource and quickly has proven herself as a leader moving into the position of Workflow Coordinator. Barbie has the ability to train and manage colleagues in a way that helps to create an e?cient workflow and production timelines for projects of varying degrees.

Headquartered one mile east of Research Triangle Park, North Carolina, DocuSource is certified as a Women’s Business Enterprise and in 2013, received seven PICA Awards from the Printing Industry of the Carolina’s. The awards highlighted 10 consecutive years of being recognized for printing excellence.