We recently earned an 85 percent rating on the 2019 Corporate Equality Index, released annually by the Human Rights Campaign Foundation.
Our work goes far beyond keeping the lights on and the natural gas flowing, as we have for more than a century.
The devastating Easter Flood of 1979 is an unforgettable part of Jackson, Mississippi’s history. The Pearl River crested and flooded the city’s downtown that April. As expected, the community rose above the devastation. And Entergy, then Mississippi Power & Light, employees were there, fighting to protect the community’s electric power supply. Now 40 years later, some of our employees and retirees still remember the damage and how they pulled together to maintain service to customers.
National award recognizes outstanding contributions and achievements of employee and business resource groups and diversity councils.
Entergy Texas VP helps develop the next generation of Latino leaders.
Study recognizes regional electric utilities that provide an exceptional customer experience.
Lafont is a member of several industrial and community organizations.
Entergy Louisiana employee takes pride in giving back to her community.
Presentation focuses on women in science and engineering.