Boston, MA – February 10, 2005 – PrintStaff, the leading placement firm for temporary help in the graphic arts and printing industry, announces the opening of its newest office in Baltimore, MD. The Baltimore office will serve print, copy and digital media demands throughout the greater metropolitan area as well as Washington, DC. In the process, PrintStaff has appointed Stephanie McLaughlin to manage regional operations.
PrintStaff expects to serve both regional businesses as well as contract work for the Federal government. The new office is located at:
201 North Charles St.
Baltimore, MD 21201
Email: [email protected]
To oversee operations in the new office, PrintStaff has appointed Stephanie McLaughlin as account manager. McLaughlin was most recently Associate Director of Development at The Children’s Museum in Baltimore, where she was a member of the Strategic Planning Team involved in developing a revitalization plan. She also created and implemented solicitation strategies and managed corporate, foundation, and individual solicitations, and government grant requests. She has also held roles as Director of Development for Mount de Sales Academy for Girls, and Associate Director of Development for Center Stage in Baltimore. Stephanie is a magna cum laude graduate of Lynchburg College.
“Our Baltimore office will enable PrintStaff to serve a strong base of businesses and government agencies who require the expertise of ‘flex’ and ‘flex-to-hire’ design and print professionals. Although we certainly see expansion in the economy, we still see a concerted effort of business – and government – to control costs. A skilled flexible workforce allows departments to respond efficiently and effectively to short-term peaks in the work load,” remarks David Regan, PrintStaff CEO. “We are pleased to have Stephanie McLaughlin build our presence in Baltimore. She’s a self-starter who enjoys working in a fast-paced, collaborative environment. And, she is familiar working with both business and government organizations. Her combination of well-honed management expertise along with comfortable creative and interpersonal skills will be welcome to employers and candidates, alike.”