Mark B. Hubbard Sr. VP, MWCAdvocacy McGuireWoods Consulting LLC

Mark has extensive media and public affairs experience and focuses his practice on crisis and strategic communications, media relations and issue advocacy. Mark partners with the law firm’s Food & Beverage team to provide food recall communications support and mock food industry and supply chain recall crisis communications training.

Mark also helps provide association management for MWCAdvocacy clients including VIRGINIAforever and the Unmanned Systems Association of Virginia (USAV).  He joined McGuireWoods Consulting in 2007 and is active in both the MWCAdvocacy and Government Relations groups. Mark routinely works with national, state and local media outlets and leads the Consulting group's crisis and litigation communications team.

Prior to joining MWC, Mark was most recently public relations officer for the Virginia Credit Union where he oversaw the organization’s media relations, public affairs and legislative outreach efforts. Hubbard has also worked as a television anchor and reporter in Richmond (WWBT-12), Portland, Oregon (KOIN-6) and Salisbury, Maryland (WBOC-16). 

McGuireWoods Consulting

McGuireWoods Consulting LLC ("MWC") is a wholly owned subsidiary of the McGuireWoods LLP law firm. From time to time, various McGuireWoods lawyers provide non-legal services to MWC clients, but MWC cannot provide legal services or advice. Therefore, any work MWC performs for a client does not give rise to an attorney-client relationship or privilege. Should you require legal services from McGuireWoods, as well as consulting services from MWC, you must engage the law firm separately.

  • University of Maryland, BA, Mass Communications, 1982
Recipient, "Best in Show" and "Commonwealth Award of Excellence," for work on Ashley's Law, Virginia Public Relations Society of America, 2012

Member, Public Relations Society of America

Former Chair, Central Virginia Chapter, National Multiple Sclerosis Society, 2008-2010

Former Honorary Chair, Alzheimer's Association Memory Walk, 2006-2007

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