Build a team that both challenges and encourages one another to succeed—and to keep coming up with creative solutions--that’s our ongoing goal. Our experts in paper consulting and print management make exceptional partners. Meet them, and you’ll see why.
The Graphic Communications management team are among the most respected, experienced pacesetters in the global paper and print industries. Our executive team sets the tone for a unique corporate culture and mode of operation that keeps us positioned as the world’s largest independent provider of paper, print and other communications solutions.
Matt joined Graphic Communications as its fourth employee in 1990 in a business development role. He has been President of the company since 1997 and retained that position through the acquisition by Unisource.
Matt started his career in the printing business in 1984 working for Meredith/Burda in Des Moines, Iowa. He also held a customer service position in Casa Grande, AZ, and worked in a sales role for Meredith/ Burda in San Francisco.
Matt graduated from the University of Iowa with a BBA.
Bill is responsible for all sourcing relationships and departments for Graphic Communications. He has been a key member of the GC executive team since October 2003.
Prior to his career at Graphic, Bill was President for two years of Norkol/Fibercore, an on-site paper converting company, and for 16 years, he held key executive positions with Vertis, Inc., a nationwide provider of advertising inserts. During his tenure at Vertis, Bill was Director of Materials Management and was responsible for all nationwide sourcing of printing materials.
John joined Graphic Communications in June 2009 to lead the growing Print Solutions Group. He brings more than 25 years of experience in sales, manufacturing and customer service in the printing industry.
John previously served as Executive Vice President of Quebecor World’s Catalog division. Prior to his leadership role at Quebecor, he held several positions with RR Donnelley & Sons.
Ralph has held top sales and leadership positions in the paper industry for more than 30 years. He also spent five years in the printing business before coming to GC in 2005 as Vice President of Coated Paper.
In 2006, Ralph became Director of Environmental Affairs for Graphic, the first-known staff position of its kind in the industry. He consults with clients about the value of Chain of Custody certification and the benefits of using paper from sustainable sources. In 2007, Ralph received the Sustainable Forestry Initiative’s (SFI) first-ever President’s Award.