"I enjoy working at Palisades, as we have team members who always look for opportunities to improve and strive for more."
"Entergy has a network supporting women. The diverse ideas and opinions expressed by women are valued by leadership, as women often approach issues from a different angle."
"One of the best things about working in nuclear power is that the opportunities are limitless. If your background is in engineering, but you'd like to work in maintenance, there's a success path to get you there."
“My advice to other women considering nuclear as a career option: Step outside your comfort zone to pursue opportunities and build professional relationships that will help you reach your goals!”
Eunice Harris, Entergy Louisiana customer service representative, has been with Entergy for almost 43 years. Learn more about how she lives and works safely to power life for customers on the Northshore.
Courtney Patrick joined Entergy nearly three years ago as an engineering associate and recently moved to a meterman trainee position in Jackson, Mississippi. She lives and works safely for her family, including her sons Landen and Londen.
"Working in product development, you learn something new every day." - Dean Chuang
As solutions manager for demand response and home automation, Dean Chuang is making sense of an increasingly connected world where there is a rapidly developing “internet of things” that consume or control significant amounts of energy.
"The future brings new challenges to our industry that we have to overcome." -Ryan Fowler
Ryan Fowler, data engineer at Entergy, is building data lakes with information sourced from throughout the company for use in advanced analytics use cases. Learn how his interest in data led to a career in energy.