October 11 is National Coming Out Day. Andrea Rowley, Senior Vice President of Human Resources, Chief HR Officer and Chief Diversity Officer, shares what Entergy is doing to make all employees feel safe when they come to work.
While Hurricane Michael was barreling toward the Florida Panhandle, Entergy Texas employees were headed to deal with the aftermath.
Johanna Flores, a control room supervisor at Indian Point Energy Center, has been a part of the Entergy family for five years.
Phillip Pickle was selected by the National Safety Council as a safety leader for 2018.
Nick Parker, a lineman first class from Southaven, Mississippi, will be honored as an Entergy Lineman of the Game when the Saints face off against the Washington Redskins Oct. 8.
When it comes to saving energy, six Entergy customers are seeing green.
Jesse Peavy’s adrenaline was pumping as the Entergy lineman’s bucket rose toward a man dangling from a power line. “By the grace of God,” the man was alive, his fall protection equipment caught on a de-energized line. He was safely rescued thanks to a team effort by Peavy and other linemen from Port Allen.
Alisha Johnson-Thomas, supervisor of supplier quality assurance, receives Leading Alcornites Under 50 award for accomplishments in her career and community service.
During the day, a large lot at Totran Transportation Services in Conroe looks like an expansive football field for parking heavy-haul trucks and trailers. But at night, the gravel parking lot lights up like Friday Night Lights on the big screen.