Board of Directors

Mark Webb
Senior Vice President and Chief Innovation Officer
Dominion Energy

Mark O. Webb is senior vice president and chief innovation officer and also oversees Dominion Energy’s enterprise risk program.

He is responsible for all efforts to foster innovation, creativity and development in Dominion Energy’s people, processes and strategies for a sustainable future. Dominion Energy’s Innovation team focuses on four fundamental drivers of the energy future: the rise of distributed resources, zero-carbon mobility, using data and computing power as an energy resource, and the interlock between energy and sustainability.

Prior to his current role, Webb worked in multiple roles at Dominion Energy after joining the company in 1997 as an assistant general counsel supporting the company’s unregulated operations at Dominion Capital, Dominion Lands and international energy investments. In 2004, he was promoted to deputy general counsel overseeing corporate securities, finance, and mergers and acquisitions.

From 2009 to 2011, Webb served as director–Policy & Business Development in Alternative Energy Solutions, where he helped develop Dominion’s Virginia offshore wind strategy and the acquisition of offshore development rights off the coast of Virginia. He also helped initiate policy and regulatory initiatives to advance transportation electrification.

In 2013, Webb assumed the responsibilities of vice president and general counsel and became senior vice president–Corporate Affairs and chief legal officer in 2017. During his time in those roles, he was instrumental in advancing multiple legislative initiatives, including legislation supporting investments to extend the life of Dominion’s four zero-carbon nuclear energy units and the comprehensive 2017 Grid Transformation and Security Act.

Prior to joining Dominion, he was an associate at Andrews & Kurth in Houston from 1993 to 1995 and at Hunton & Williams in Richmond from 1995 to 1997.

Webb currently serves on the boards of directors of the YMCA of Central Virginia, the Richmond Performing Arts Alliance and the Dominion Energy Innovation Center Incubator.

He is a graduate of Texas Christian University and earned his law degree from the University of Virginia School of Law. He is a veteran of the U.S. Air Force.