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.
The five-day virtual seminar provided valuable leadership training and development.
Danny Games, director of business and economic development for Entergy Arkansas, traces the roots of what he does for a living to 1913, the year Harvey Couch created the company that would eventually become Entergy. Couch built his business on the philosophy and on the slogan, "Helping Build Arkansas."
Entergy has earned a 90% rating on the 2021 Corporate Equality Index released by the Human Rights Campaign Foundation.
Taiwan Brown has been named vice president of Entergy’s diversity and workforce strategies organization, reporting to Kathryn Collins, senior vice president, human resources effective Jan. 18.
Throughout his utility industry career, Merritt has implemented enterprise continuous improvement and operational excellence programs with a leadership style that is both collaborative and decisive.
New Entergy mechanic Kassie Cramer comes by her vocation naturally. Her father owned an automotive repair shop when she was a little girl, and she was frequently right there to hand him a wrench. Now, at age 28, “I really like taking things apart and putting them back together.”