Brandi McKenzie was recently promoted to the radiation protection department as the performance improvement coordinator and department training coordinator at Grand Gulf Nuclear Station in Port Gibson, Miss., where she has worked for more than10 years.
Diversity, inclusion and belonging news
Get to know our interns at Entergy.
Meet Robin Calloway, a senior category management specialist in supply chain – nuclear strategic agreements based out of nuclear headquarters in Jackson, Miss.
College students and fellow Arkansans Brian Gittens and Madison Mobley have been working to help customers with their accounts since starting their summer internships with Entergy Arkansas on June 5.
Transitions are critical to company’s continued success
The New Voices Foundation and Entergy Charitable Foundation are proud to announce the winners of the New Voices $150,000 POWER PITCH competition at the ESSENCE Festival of Culture.
Entergy has been named by Forbes as one of America's Best Employers for Diversity this year. This prestigious recognition highlights our commitment to fostering a diverse and inclusive workplace where our employees feel valued and respected.
Entergy’s first social justice and equity fund grant in Mississippi helps preserve legacy of civil rights pioneers
Meet Kalynn Rios, an Entergy Nuclear program engineer in the central asset management group based out of nuclear headquarters in Jackson.
Kimberly Cook-Nelson recently sat down for an interview with the Delta Business Journal's Jack Criss to discuss the benefits of nuclear power and her journey to become one of only three female chief nuclear officers in the country.