For Entergy crews who've helped restore power in the Northeast, expressions of gratitude have come in many forms — kind words of support, offers of food and water, and thank-you letters and social media posts. But so far, LisaBeth Weber may be the only person who's written a song in their honor.
New Entergy employees in Louisiana now have a chance to meet company leaders and peers from across the state thanks to a new orientation program created by employees who are members of the Entergy Louisiana and Entergy New Orleans’ Diversity and Inclusion (D&I) Councils.
"I take it very personally that people can trust what I say and know that I will do what it takes to get a job done correctly."
"Never stop learning. My dad taught me that each person we meet is an opportunity to learn something new."
"I'm obsessed with communicating with customers after contact with the phone centers, until the meter is set."
In recognition of Women's History Month, we spotlight women at Entergy who are powering life as we know it.
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.