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Entergy Employee Resource Groups Receive National Recognition

05/08/2019

Pictured left to right: Gerald Sachitano, Raechelle Munna, Noelle Linch, Mary Ellen Foster, Todd Manuel, Jennifer Bean, Michael Atwater, Wajiha Rizvi and Tiffany Henson.
Pictured left to right: Gerald Sachitano, Raechelle Munna, Noelle Linch, Mary Ellen Foster, Todd Manuel, Jennifer Bean, Michael Atwater, Wajiha Rizvi and Tiffany Henson.
Pictured left to right: Gerald Sachitano, Raechelle Munna, Noelle Linch, Mary Ellen Foster, Todd Manuel, Jennifer Bean, Michael Atwater, Wajiha Rizvi and Tiffany Henson.
Pictured left to right: Gerald Sachitano, Raechelle Munna, Noelle Linch, Mary Ellen Foster, Todd Manuel, Jennifer Bean, Michael Atwater, Wajiha Rizvi and Tiffany Henson.

Entergy’s employee resource groups ranked 23rd out of more than 1,500 applicants for the Association of ERGs & Councils’ top 25 U.S. employee and business resource groups and diversity councils. 

The top 25 were recognized and honored at the association’s annual ERG & Council Conference May 3 in Orlando, Florida. In addition to the awards ceremony, the annual conference is an opportunity for the employees behind these groups to learn from each other.

The ERG & Council Honors Award recognizes and honors the outstanding contributions and achievements of the best employee and business resource groups and diversity councils in the country. To qualify, resource groups and diversity councils must demonstrate significant contributions and achievement​s in four areas: demonstrated results, demonstrated management commitment, measurement and accountability, and communication and education. 

Joining Entergy among the top 25 were Bank of America, American Airlines and Texas Instruments. See the complete 2019 top 25 recipients here.