Dominion Restructures Community and Corporate Affairs
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Dominion Restructures Community and Corporate Affairs

Dominion, one of the nation's largest energy producers, has promoted Virginia Board to managing director of community affairs and philanthropy from director of community affairs. She will continue to report to William Hall, vice president of corporate communications.

Paul Holmes

RICHMOND—Dominion, one of the nation's largest energy producers, has promoted Virginia Board to managing director of community affairs and philanthropy from director of community affairs. She will continue to report to William Hall, vice president of corporate communications and community affairs and will lead the company's volunteer, minority affairs, education, EnergyShare, community outreach and charitable giving efforts.

James Beamer will become managing director of legislative outreach, reporting to Robert Blue, vice president of state and federal affairs. Beamer currently is chief Virginia lobbyist for Dominion. He will oversee the company's relationship with state government officials and their staff members.

William Murray will join the company as managing director of corporate public policy, also reporting to Blue. Murray is currently legislative director for Virginia Governor Tim Kaine. He will be responsible for managing the company's positions and policies on key state and local issues.

And Ann Loomis will join Dominion as director of federal public policy, reporting to Bruce McKay, managing director of federal affairs. Loomis currently is chief of staff for U.S. Sen. John Warner, R-Va.

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