This month and throughout the year, we salute all the women of Entergy Mississippi and the many ways they power life for customers, employees, communities and owners.
Since graduating from Lineworker’s Boot Camp last August, Entergy’s newest apprentices have participated in some of the most challenging service-restoration efforts in company history, including devastating hurricanes in Louisiana and, more recently, a winter storm in Mississippi.
Grand Gulf's Elizabeth Smith passion for teamwork led her to become the North American Young Generation in Nuclear chapter president. Her value of teamwork does not go unnoticed.
Elise Moore, transmission engineer I, voluntarily joined Entergy New Orleans’ storm logistics team for the first time during Hurricane Zeta. To help support crews, she booked hotel rooms, provided meals and provided safe storage for nearly 200 lineworkers to leave their equipment and trucks overnight.
Primoris Services Corporation line workers supporting Entergy Louisiana's restoration efforts following the recent ice storms helped first responders quickly reach an ailing woman by clearing vegetation and debris away from the driveway of the woman's Concordia Parish home.
Utility workers encounter unusual circumstances in the field, ranging from frightening to heartwarming. After retiring in 2018 from a 44-year career as a lineman, Danny Lowery thought he had experienced it all. And then the Entergy Mississippi retiree worked the February ice storm.
Wendy Hickok Robinson, vice president and chief compliance officer for Entergy, was recently recognized as one of the Top 100 Diversity Leaders in Energy at the 2021 National Energy Inclusion Conference.
In regulatory assurance, Mandy Halter steers a course towards excellence while Entergy celebrates Feb. 11 as the United Nations International Day of Women and Girls in Science.