Hydro-Québec Announces the Appointment of Graham Fox as Vice-President – ​​Public Affairs, External Relations and Communications

February 29, 2024

In November 2023, Hydro-Québec announced its 2035 Action Plan, a social project that requires the mobilization of several stakeholders and constant dialogue with the Quebec population. In fact, Hydro-Québec is committed to being more transparent and open, starting with a dialogue on the choices raised by its Action Plan . In this context, its communications and external relationships become all the more important and complex.

Employees will play an essential role in achieving the ambitions of the Action Plan. Hydro-Québec can count on competent, talented staff who are proud to be part of this great organization. To continue to strengthen employee engagement, the company will need to listen to its teams and mobilize them through transparent and inspiring internal communications.

In addition, the development of a roadmap for the energy transition will require close collaborative work with several stakeholders within the Government of Quebec, different political authorities and communities. As a public institution, Hydro-Québec is uniquely positioned to navigate between governments and the business world in order to meet the challenges that arise.

Hydro-Québec is therefore pleased to announce the arrival of Graham Fox as Vice-President – ​​Public Affairs, External Relations and Communications.

Graham is a seasoned leader with extensive public affairs experience. He is currently a senior director at Navigator, where he leads mandates in public policy and government relations. Prior to joining Navigator, he served as President and CEO of the Institute for Research on Public Policy for 10 years. He holds a bachelor’s degree in history from Queen’s University and a master’s degree in political science from the London School of Economics.

“Graham is a dynamic leader who will be able to engage our stakeholders and all Quebecers in the major societal project that is the energy transition. His strategic vision will be an asset to our entire management team. I am very happy to welcome him among us,” said Michael Sabia, President and CEO of Hydro-Québec.

The appointment announced today will take effect on March 18, 2024.


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