Womble Bond Dickinson will be well-represented at the 2nd Annual Energy Summit-DMV Region, which takes place Oct. 18 in Tysons, Va. Partner Stephanie Yarbrough will moderate a panel discussion on project financing, while Senior Advisor Allison Meyer is helping organize the summit.

The 2nd Annual Energy Summit-DMV Region will feature from influential speakers who are at the forefront of the energy industry. From renewable energy sources to sustainable practices, this event will explore various topics that are shaping the future of energy in the D.C.-Maryland-Virginia region. Virginia Gov. Glenn Youngkin will be among the speakers.

Other panel topics will include: 

•    Energy Evolution (Yesterday, Today & Tomorrow);
•    Energy Opportunities in Virginia & Maryland (DMV) Supplier & Workforce Development;
•    Energy Development & New Generation Innovations.

The summit is presented by the Maryland Hispanic Chamber and the Virginia Hispanic Chamber.

Yarbrough works closely with domestic and international companies seeking to expand or relocate in the United States. Her work has resulted in billions of dollars in investment and thousands of new jobs created in communities across the country. She has extensive experience advising companies across a wide range of industries, and has guided clients economic development matters related to corporate headquarters, manufacturing facilities, datacenters, distribution locations and large office projects.

Mayer has served complex, public-facing organizations for nearly two decades, utilizing her expertise in public affairs, economic development, project management, and government relations. She has a strong reputation for successfully launching new programs, building brands, delivering value to clients, and avoiding damaging public relations issues. Prior to joining Womble Bond Dickinson, Mayer served as the Deputy Chief of Staff and Infrastructure Director for former Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan.