When Terry Dickerson took a job as a janitor in Entergy Arkansas’ Gurdon office in 1981, he didn’t see himself running the place 35 years down the road. But, after several twists and turns, that’s exactly how it turned out.
"I'm obsessed with communicating with customers after contact with the phone centers, until the meter is set."
Melody Gibson is a radiation protection supervisor at Arkansas Nuclear One in Russellville, Arkansas. She’s been part of the Entergy family for four years.
There are two lucky dogs living near Emerson, Arkansas. They’re lucky Magnolia Serviceman Phillip Knapp was on the job mid-morning Feb. 22 investigating power outages on Highway 79 just after a thunderstorm passed through.
Johnny's power principle is a good reflection of the leadership practices of Role Clarity and Engaged Leadership and the employee practice of Safety-Driven.
Ashley Peterson is a customer service representative for Entergy Arkansas and has been part of the Entergy family for almost 13 years.
For some daughters, their father’s influence is so strong it inspired a career path that mirrors their dad’s. Entergy boasts a number of such father-daughter pairs. Some even work even in the same field. In advance of Father’s Day, we sat down with one such duo, Engineering Training Instructor Annie Bradley and former Design Engineer Mark Wright at Arkansas Nuclear One.
Melissa Schmoll is an administrative specialist IV in the maintenance department at Arkansas Nuclear One. She’s been an Entergy family member for 26 years.