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Dominion makes management changes

Dominion Resources Inc. on Jan. 18 named executives who were promoted to new roles, effective Jan. 1.

Carlos Brown replaced Mark Webb as vice president and general counsel. Brown will oversee the daily operations of the company's legal department and will report to Webb, who is now senior vice president for corporate affairs and chief legal officer. Brown joined Dominion in 2007 and most recently served as deputy general counsel for litigation, labor and employment.

Morenike Miles succeeded retiree Skip Jordan as vice president for shared services and will now report to Rodney Blevins, senior vice president and chief information officer. In her new role, Miles will handle supply chain management, records management initiatives and travel and corporate services. She joined Dominion in 2006 and was previously deputy general counsel for enterprise risk management.

Fred Mladen was promoted to site vice president for the Surry Power Station replacing Larry Lane, who is now site vice president for the North Anna Power Station. Lane is taking over for Jerry Bischof, who is now vice president for nuclear operations-fleet performance. Mladen, Lane and Bischof all report to Dan Stoddard, senior vice president and chief nuclear officer.

Charlene Whitfield, who most recently served as director for electric distribution operations at Dominion Virginia Power, known legally as Virginia Electric and Power Co., was appointed the utility's vice president for customer service. She succeeds Becky Merritt, who is now vice president for financial management for the Dominion subsidiary. Whitfield joined the parent company in 1982 and will report to Robert Blue, Dominion Virginia Power's president and CEO.

Lastly, Steve Wooten was named vice president for information technology, taking responsibility for IT applications development and support for the company. Wooten, who joined Dominion in 1987, will also report to Blevins.