Communications

Attorney General Herring’s Communications Office works with print, radio, video, and online journalists to share important information with Virginians about emerging public safety threats, consumer protection issues, scams on the rise, and the numerous resources and programs offered by the Office of Attorney General.

If you are a member of the media, here’s how you can reach the Communications Office:

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Director of Communications: Michael Kelly

(804)786-5874
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Human Resources

Serving as a human resources consultant to management and a customer service resource for all staff, the Human Resources section supports the mission and goals of the Office of the Attorney General by:

  • Providing responsive customer service to both internal and external customers in a way that exceeds expectations.
  • Administering benefits, compensation, compliance, employee relations, performance management and training programs that attract, engage, motivate and retain the best and the brightest.
  • Recruiting talent of the highest quality, employing candidates on the basis of skill, experience, education and training.
  • Promoting a culture that recognizes and values diversity.
  • Fostering a positive and productive work environment that demonstrates respect, fairness and a commitment to excellence.

Tonya E. Woodson

Director of Human Resources

Office of the Attorney General
202 North Ninth Street
Richmond, VA 23219
 
 

 

 

Office Operations

The Office Operations section is responsible for all aspects of facility operations which include plumbing and electrical issues, housekeeping, furnishings and arranging furniture within office spaces. We also approve and oversee renovations to all OAG buildings (Richmond and regional offices). Other responsibilities include:

  • Requesting new employee access cards and replacement cards
  • Management of Main Office and Regional Offices leases
  • Management of agency mail and deliveries
  • Maintenance of floor plans and evacuation plans
  • Management of Fleet vehicles
  • Investigation, analysis and resolution of operational problems and complaints
  • Records Management, which includes maintaining records as well as properly destroying sensitive documents
  • Ordering all supply requests which include toner, office supplies and paper
  • Purchase and management of surplus property

 

Gerry White

Director of Office Operations

Office of the Attorney General
202 North Ninth Street
Richmond, VA 23219
 
 

 

 

 

 

Finance

The Finance, Budget, & Procurement section is responsible for processing payments, depositing agency revenues, processing reimbursements for employee travel expenses, processing agency payroll, preparing and maintaining all  financial reporting records, and implementing agency wide internal controls for all financial components.  The section is also responsible for establishing, monitoring, and controlling the agency's annual operating budget and preparing the agency's Biennial Legislative Appropriations Request.  The section procures goods and services for the agency in accordance with state and federal mandates and manages internal and interagency contracts.

 

Christie A. Wells

Director of Finance

Office of the Attorney General
202 North Ninth Street
Richmond, VA 23219