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The Summer of 2011: It was the year of tornados, hurricanes and earthquakes. Dominion Virginia Power was faced with one crisis after another. In the age of 24-hour news and social media, crisis communications is probably the single most important thing that companies and other organizations absolutely must get right when and if they get hit by the perfect storm. People in PR and marketing naturally tend to understand this. Make sure your executives do, too -- and that together you have the people, plans and principles in place to weather any storm.
Join us as William “Bill” Hall, Jr., Dominion’s Vice President of Executive Communications tells us about their crisis communication strategies.
William "BIll" Hall, Jr., Vice President - Executive Communications, Dominion Virginia Power
Bill joined Dominion Virginia Power in 1983. Currently, Bill's responsibilities include executive communications and financial media relations. He also has responsibilities related to Dominion’s annual and corporate responsibility reports. He serves on the boards of the Richmond Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, the Virginia Foundation for Community Colleges and other non-profit organizations. Hall received a bachelor’s degree in business administration from the University of Richmond.
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Target Audience: All levels of marketers, business developers, and related professionals.
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