Kelvin Winslow, senior manager of operations and construction at Entergy Texas, values family, enjoys graphic design and recently dabbled in woodworking.
In November of last year, Flave Carpenter retired from Entergy Arkansas after 26 years, essentially ending the family legacy at the company.
Meet Staci Meyer, resource planning manager for Entergy Texas.
Amber Greb, manager of transmission planning, is from Little Rock and has been with Entergy Texas for over a year. She enjoys cooking and gardening.
Ryan Magee, manager of public affairs, first joined the company as an intern. Now, he’s celebrating 22 years with Entergy.
He will be at home in the ‘Dome when the Saints take on their bitter rivals, the Atlanta Falcons
On the morning of July 26, a call on the radio went out that there was a child in the Arkansas River, and an Arkansas Nuclear One security officer already had his boat hooked up to his truck. As a volunteer firefighter, he was ready to answer the call for help.
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.
We are celebrating Asian American/Pacific Islander Heritage Month throughout May by featuring a few of our employees in Texas.