Courtney Nicholson, Entergy New Orleans vice president of regulatory and public affairs, Brittany Dennis, Entergy New Orleans executive assistant and Alicia Hall, Entergy senior counsel were recently recognized by Louisiana Appleseed at the Good Apple Gala for their pro bono efforts to address the injustices against suspended drivers’ licenses. Dennis was the first paralegal to receive the award in Louisiana Appleseed’s history.
Entergy, the City of New Orleans and the Louisiana Public Health Institute have partnered to make New Orleans one of the top 10 cities in the United States for cycling. Entergy is continuing to ensure that more wheels are on the ground each year through its continued support for bicycle infrastructure. On Jan. 26, Entergy unveiled a sponsored electric Blue Bikes Hub in front of the Entergy Corporate building on Loyola Avenue.
Entergy's ongoing support of the Earned Income Tax Credit and Volunteer Income Tax Assistance sites demonstrates the company's commitment to empowering families and growing our communities. Since 2009, our support of VITA sites has helped return $298 million to residents throughout our service area.
As we welcome the new year, we reflect on our top 10 corporate social responsibility moments of 2021 and how our company and employees helped to create long-term, sustainable growth for the communities we serve – even in times of disaster.
Entergy employees and community members came together on Martin Luther King Jr. Day to answer King’s question, “what are you doing for others?"
As our neighbors across the Gulf South celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s life and legacy, Entergy is helping to keep the dream alive through community service.
Magnolia Speech School, which helps students with hearing loss and communication disorders overcome speech and literacy barriers, is “Building Hope” to expand their services and facilities with help from Entergy Mississippi.
As the year draws to a close, our thoughts turn to all things merry and bright as we remember the past and look forward to a new year filled with hope and promise.
The students at Booker T. Washington Elementary and Bale Elementary are winter-ready, thanks to a partnership between the Local Firefighters Union 34 and Entergy Arkansas.