Three experienced Entergy leaders will move into new roles as the company continues evolving into the utility of the future
Three experienced Entergy leaders will move into new roles as the company evolves
Arkansas high school seniors can now apply for the Oscar Washington Jr., Educational Fund Scholarship, which will award a minimum of seven $1,000 scholarships to college-bound high school students. Scholarships will be awarded to students pursuing a degree at a four-year college and will be based on academic achievement, financial need and volunteer service.
Chris Brown has been promoted to director of Entergy Arkansas Distribution Operations Central Region. Brown replaces Michael Considine, who was promoted to vice president, customer service for Entergy Arkansas. Brown has served most recently as line supervisor for the Jacksonville network.
Recognition honors efforts to help other utilities affected by Hurricane Florence
Mike Twomey has been named senior vice president, federal policy, regulatory and governmental affairs for Entergy Corporation. His new assignment begins Mar. 1.
The ability to meet and exceed customers' expectations will be even more important going forward.
Two experienced Entergy Mississippi leaders will fill key roles as the company sharpens its focus on customer service, modernizes the grid and builds the utility of the future.
David D. Ellis, a 27-year veteran providing global reliability and clean energy technology solutions, has been named to lead Entergy New Orleans, LLC, as its president and CEO, Entergy Corporation (NYSE: ETR) announced today.
Jackson native assumes role in business retention and expansion
Entergy Corporation sent a letter to the New Orleans City Council regarding its Entergy New Orleans, LLC Investigation Final Report.