Doug Hederman, a native of Jackson, Mississippi, is President and Chief Executive Officer of Hederman Brothers Printing and Direct Mail, the largest sheetfed commercial printing company in Mississippi. He has been with Hederman Brothers since 1999 and is the fourth generation owner of their family business.
After graduating from the University in Mississippi in 1993 with a degree in Business Administration, he worked for Cranford Johnson Robinson Woods, the largest full service marketing communications firm in Arkansas, Mississippi and Louisiana. He served as Vice President and Director of Public Policy. He received the firm’s Most Valuable Player award twice and was recognized by Arkansas Business as one of the ten “Twenty Something’s,” a group of emerging statewide leaders in their twenties. He has also been recognized by the Mississippi Business Journal as a “Top Forty under Forty.” He received the 2013 Silver Medal Award from the American Advertising Federation.
Doug currently serves on the following boards: Mississippi Baptist Hospital Foundation, Powers and Lake Foundation and Jackson Heart Foundation.
He received the 2016 Visionary Leadership Award from the Madison County Business League and Foundation. He also served on Governor Tate Reeves “Restart Mississippi” council in 2020.
He and his wife, Blair, are the parents of two children: Holt, 22 and Sara, 19. They are members of First Presbyterian Church in Jackson.