Entergy has been recognized by Black Enterprise Magazine as one of its 2017 50 Best Companies for Diversity for the fourth consecutive year.
The annual survey rates U.S. corporations on their nondiscrimination policies on sexual orientation and gender identity and serves as the national benchmarking tool on corporate policies and practices pertinent to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender employees.
Gabe Munoz, manager of energy efficiency programs for Entergy Arkansas, explains that in his 1977 Brownsville, Texas, high school graduating class of 2,600 students, it seems there were only four or so classmates who were not of Mexican descent. Brownsville, he said, “is not quite Mexico. It’s not quite America. It’s Brownsville.”