Entergy has selected Anastasia Minor as vice president, finance business partners, effective Dec. 4. Minor replaces Michele Lopiccolo, who was named to a new role as vice president, human resources in July.
Minor has extensive professional experience in both finance and the energy sector and will report to Drew Marsh, executive vice president and chief financial officer.
She will lead the team of approximately 140 employees who provide financial management and planning support to company leaders. In this role, she will also support Entergy’s office of the chief executive, strategy group and board of directors.
“Anastasia’s extensive background in finance and corporate strategy, coupled with her two decades in the industry, will help serve the FBP organization in a way that continues to create sustainable value for our stakeholders,” Marsh said.
Minor comes to Entergy from DTE Energy, a Detroit, Michigan-based energy company, where she was executive director, corporate strategy. Prior to that, she held senior-level roles in both finance and sales and marketing. Her experience includes stints as the company’s executive director, investor relations; director, financial planning and performance; and controller of their gas utility.
Minor holds a bachelor’s degree in economics and business administration from Kalamazoo College and a master’s in business administration with a focus in corporate strategy and finance from the University of Michigan.