This year's Entergy emergency preparedness team responded to simulated cyber-attacks on operations systems, coordinated physical attacks on transmission infrastructure and power generation facilities, and an active shooter situation.
"What I enjoy most about working at Palisades is the people. As a team, we work hard, respect one another, hold each other accountable, and, most importantly, we offer support and help to our colleagues when needed."
What may have been an upsetting loss for New Orleans Saints fans turned out to be a weekend to remember for senior lineman Wayne Kamm who was recognized as Entergy’s Lineman of the Game during the Saints v. Atlanta Falcons match-up.
"As nuclear professionals, everyone at Palisades has a high level of integrity. My advice to other women considering applying to Palisades is to do just that, apply. We offer plenty of training and support."
The U.S. Department of Labor has awarded Entergy with its 2019 HIRE Vets Medallion Program Platinum Award. The award is the highest level of recognition for employers committed to veteran careers.
Jeff Lanum, a technical specialist for Entergy Nuclear, believes in the power of robotics. For nearly 15 years, his robotics leadership has helped strengthen STEM education in Mississippi and encouraged students to pursue careers in science, technology, engineering and math fields.
Rainy weather did not stop Entergy’s information technology and grid modernization employees from volunteering at one of the company’s biggest service projects with NOLA Tree Project.
"Over the past 30 years, I've found great mentors at various stages of my career, and they worked with me to help improve and upgrade my skill set."
Entergy serviceman Justin Mitcham has been keeping the power flowing in the Deep East Texas area of Woodville since 2015, and this week he was honored as Lineman of the Game during the Saints vs. Cowboys match.