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Jerri Fuller Dickseski, EVP of Communications at Huntington Ingalls Industries

Jerri Fuller Dickseski

EVP of Communications


Jerri Fuller Dickseski, EVP of Communications at Huntington Ingalls Industries

Jerri Fuller Dickseski is the executive vice president of communications at Huntington Ingalls Industries.  

Dickseski assumed her current position in March 2011. She oversees the development and execution of HII’s strategy in the areas of external communications, media relations, advertising, executive communications, enterprise employee communications and corporate special events, according to her LinkedIn profile.

Concurrently, she sits on the board of visitors of the Old Dominion University and the board of directors of the United Way of the Virginia Peninsula. She is also part of the Arthur Page Society, the Public Relations Society of America and the International Association of Business Communicators. 

Previously, Dickseski had a three-year stint as sector vice president of communications for Northrop Grumman Shipbuilding. 

Earlier in her career, she worked for Newport News Shipbuilding, a division of HII. She started out as an editor for the company’s internal publication and was eventually promoted to roles of increasing in both internal and external communications, including serving as director of communications. 

Throughout her career, she has gained experience in corporate communications, crisis communications, press releases, proposal writing, public relations, advertising, social media communications, corporate branding and reputation management. 

A graduate of Old Dominion University, Dickseski holds a bachelor’s degree in English and a master’s degree in English literature.

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