Armed with gloves, garbage bags and grabbers, Entergy employees and volunteers descended on areas around Lake Pontchartrain Saturday to help clean up and protect some of south Louisiana’s most precious green spaces and waterways.
Lamar University and ExxonMobil honored Johnnie Hulin, operations technician, Sabine Plant, as a living legend for his work to support the community as part of celebrating African-American History Month.
Entergy New Orleans' Drew Thompson appreciates the support he received to make a successful transition from high school to college. Thanks to Posse New Orleans, he's returning the favor for a new generation of students.
In recognition of Women’s History Month, we spotlight women who helped power life as we know it.
The Patriot Award, presented through the Office of the Secretary of Defense under the ESGR, recognizes patriotic employers for their support of America's National Guard and Reserves. Any active military member can nominate their workplace supervisors for the award.
This award recognizes the positive impact Entergy's commitment to cultivating a diverse and inclusive work culture has made on employees and in our communities through numerous initiatives, including EnACT and the employee resource groups.
"At Entergy, we value our people. We take great responsibility in the work that we do and the product that we offer our customers, and we understand how important it is that we provide safe and reliable electricity."
Melody Gibson is a radiation protection supervisor at Arkansas Nuclear One in Russellville, Arkansas. She’s been part of the Entergy family for four years.
There are two lucky dogs living near Emerson, Arkansas. They’re lucky Magnolia Serviceman Phillip Knapp was on the job mid-morning Feb. 22 investigating power outages on Highway 79 just after a thunderstorm passed through.