The Saints' season is over, but we're still celebrating an Arkansas connection to our corporate HQ's home team. Garner Gassman, serviceman from Malvern, Arkansas, represented Entergy as the Lineman of the Game during the New Orleans Saints vs. Miami Dolphins game Dec. 27.
Sara Russell-Lingo didn’t set out to make history. But after a few post-high-school years of dead-end warehouse jobs and a stint in retail, “I was looking for a career.”
Entergy has been part of Jerry Wilson Jr.’s life as long as he can remember. His father recently retired from the company after 40 years of service. When it came time to choose his own career path, Jerry was naturally drawn to the company.
Entergy Arkansas line workers and other field employees spend a great deal of time on the road. If someone’s in trouble, it’s not unusual that it’s one of our folks who stops to help. On May 18, a driver on Highway 267 south of Searcy was definitely in trouble. Fortunately for her, she crossed paths, quite literally, with Construction Supervisor Daniel Pruitt.
Entergy's Director of Supply Chain Commercial Operations Carol Hernandez was named a winner of Supply & Demand Chain Executive magazine’s 2021 Women in Supply Chain Award.
Entergy's Vice President and Chief Information Security Officer Ann Delenela was nationally recognized as one of the "Women to Watch in STEM" Profiles in Diversity Journal.
Bob Franssen, site vice president at Entergy’s Grand Gulf nuclear plant, can pinpoint the exact moment he learned the most powerful lesson of his career.
Scharla Bivings (pictured left) served three years as executive board president for Entergy’s WIN regional chapter. Tamara May (pictured right), Entergy Nuclear senior project controls specialist, elected for 2021.
Grand Gulf's Elizabeth Smith passion for teamwork led her to become the North American Young Generation in Nuclear chapter president. Her value of teamwork does not go unnoticed.