For some daughters, their father’s influence is so strong it inspired a career path that mirrors their dad’s. Entergy boasts a number of such father-daughter pairs. Some even work even in the same field. In advance of Father’s Day, we sat down with one such duo, Engineering Training Instructor Annie Bradley and former Design Engineer Mark Wright at Arkansas Nuclear One.
Marcia is an administrative specialist at River Bend Nuclear Station in Louisiana and has been part of the Entergy family for 31 years.
Cortez Scott is an ALARA specialist with the radiation protection department at Arkansas Nuclear One. He joined Entergy eight years ago. He lives in Russellville, Arkansas with his wife Willene. They have six adult-age children.
As an engineer, I’m predisposed to fix problems I see around me. I think that’s why volunteering is so fulfilling to me - it allows me to be a part of the solution.
Paul Salgado is the performance improvement manager at Entergy’s Grand Gulf Nuclear Station.
Sarah Williams is an equipment reliability coordinator at Palisades Power Plant. She’s been an engineer for seven years.
Christopher Burns is a fix it now systems engineer II at Grand Gulf Nuclear Station. He’s been an engineer for four and a half years.
Larry Doucette is senior systems engineer at Vermont Yankee. He’s been an engineer for more than 19 years.
Grace Settoon is a design/civil engineer II at Waterford 3 Steam Electric Station. She’s been an engineer for three years.
Kristin Chappell is a licensed reactor operator at James A. FitzPatrick Nuclear Power Plant. She joined the FitzPatrick team in May 1987 as an apprentice auxiliary operator.
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Amber Rodriguez served in the Navy as a nuclear electronics technician for 8 years. She joined Entergy in 2014 and is a maintenance coordinator at Grand Gulf Nuclear Station.
The donation will provide five ASU health physics students with a $10,000 scholarship.