Entergy Nuclear celebrates Women's History Month with LaToya Robinson
He will be at home in the ‘Dome when the Saints take on their bitter rivals, the Atlanta Falcons
Meet Tim Caruthers, the senior manager of leader and team performance in nuclear human resources, based at Entergy’s nuclear headquarters, Echelon.
When the New Orleans Saints are home in the ‘dome this Saturday, Oct. 9, Entergy Mississippi line worker Vince Burgess will be in the house to watch the team take on the Seattle Seahawks and to be honored as the Entergy Lineman of the Game.
Our service territory is uniquely covered by a variety of environments that our teams work through to keep your lights on. The challenging thing – no two poles are the same.
Greg McGriff, who retired from Entergy Mississippi in March with 32 years of service, said he “had a good run” in his career as a troubleman and recently shared reflections on his experience in an episode of T&D World’s “Line Life” podcast.
Grand Gulf continues to power Mississippi homes and businesses with clean, affordable energy. We are proud of the 850 men and women who work tirelessly to make this possible.
Women have played vital roles in Entergy Mississippi’s growth and success since the founding of the company nearly a century ago. In recognition of Women’s History Month, we’re shining the spotlight on administrative and clerical support employees whose multifaceted skills and service-oriented work ethic are helping build the premier utility.
Lineworkers are like celebrities when they roll in to restore power after a storm. In neighborhoods or on a lonely country road, there’s always someone who wants to say thanks, shake hands, offer a meal or ask for help. Hurricane Ida was no different.