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.
Everybody benefits from the ideas, innovations, products, services, perspectives and jobs that diverse businesses bring to communities. We’re proud to conduct business with strong, diverse suppliers that reflect the communities we serve.
Our Corporate Communications department has been recognized for recent work by several leading communications and public relations industry associations.
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.
The score highlights our efforts in diversity, inclusion and belonging.
Mack quickly realized that her old neck of the woods, which was once full of life, did not look the same as it did when she rode bikes with her friends to the local candy store. It was important for her to not only show her college-bound daughter where she grew up, but she also wanted her daughter to experience what it felt like to give back, especially to her own community.
Traveling, eating great food and watching sports are some of Albert Carr’s favorite hobbies. The senior cable splicer from Flowood, Mississippi experienced all three as Entergy’s Lineman of the Game when the New Orleans Saints faced the Carolina Panthers on January 2 in the Caesars Superdome.
When Michigan-based Biewer Lumber announced plans in January 2021 to build a sawmill in Winona, it was a cause for celebration for Montgomery County residents—and a call to action for Entergy Mississippi.
We are proud to be named to the JUST 100 ranking for America’s Most JUST Companies by JUST Capital and CNBC. Entergy ranks in the top 100 companies out of the nearly 1,000 largest publicly traded U.S. companies that were evaluated.