Johanna Flores, a control room supervisor at Indian Point Energy Center, has been a part of the Entergy family for five years.
Alisha Johnson-Thomas, supervisor of supplier quality assurance, receives Leading Alcornites Under 50 award for accomplishments in her career and community service.
More than 400 Women in Nuclear members from across the country gathered in Huntsville, Alabama to share ideas on how to position the industry for the future. Every year, members from Entergy WIN chapters attend the conference to take what they learned back to their sites.
Denise McPherson, director, nuclear finance business partners, attended Massachusetts Institute of Technology Reactor Technology Course for Utility Executives. This is an intensive three-week program designed for leaders with non-nuclear background to learn the fundamentals of nuclear technology, and how critical safety functions work. Rick Riley, senior vice president of distribution operations and assessment management, also attend the institute's class.
In June, approximately 100 students from kindergarten to 12th grades gathered in the Bennie G. Thompson Lecture Hall at Tougaloo College to kick off their annual week-long Visual and Performing Arts Summer Camp. Entergy nuclear staff joined the assembly to present a $12,500 grant to support the five-day camp.
Megan Culbertson, a technical specialist II at Arkansas Nuclear One, has been with Entergy for four months. Learn how she's helping us power life in our communities.
It isn't often you stumble across a room full of young leaders power posing with top industry leaders. But Natalie Wood and Katie Damratoski aren't your average employees.
"I was once told to always strive to do my very best and to lead by example. I recognize that my actions and words can influence behaviors, so I coach because I care."
"If someone asks me to take on a task, I try my best to do the job. It's also important to take on new challenges and learn new skills to develop yourself."