We are committed to improving and supporting the communities in which we live and work. Our talented employees are always looking for new and innovative ways to deliver safe and reliable gas and electric service and increase our customer outreach. We go above and beyond to make an impact on the people around us through acts of bravery, volunteerism, and sacrifice.
Read more about our outstanding employees, who are focused on making the right decisions and building a brighter and more resilient New Orleans.
Who we are
Drew Thompson, Entergy New Orleans Manager of Distribution Reliability, has seen firsthand how New Orleans East has changed, and he plans to improve his community’s future through service. Read about how Drew continues to go the extra mile to change the lives of those around him.
“Whose dad made that for y’all?” That's what a professor asked Renee fisher and three other classmates after delivering a group presentation on gears during a mechanical engineering class in college. Less than two decades later, Renee now oversees the New Orleans Power Station as plant manager. Read more about how she broke into a traditionally male-dominated field.
Shelton Hudson's unique journey from New York City to New Orleans was full of twists and turns, including the discovery of a seafood allergy that disqualified him from his dream job and a college football National Championship after walking on at LSU. Similarly, his career path with Entergy has been filled with challenges, highlights and achievements. Read about how Shelton worked his way up from helper to Director of Metro Reliability.
Remaining calm under pressure took on a new meaning for Entergy New Orleans lineman Jereme Pierre when he stopped by a local sandwich shop in Marrero for a quick bite to eat. Read about how Jereme kept his cool and utilized his training to save a choking customer using the Heimlich maneuver.
Our employees have been volunteering with Rebuilding Together New Orleans to make energy efficiency upgrades and repairs to homes of New Orleans customers in need. Hear from Marketa about the project and why she takes time out of her schedule to help those in need.
Aaron Morehead helped save a life on a moment's notice after a truck driver fell into Lake Pontchartrain. Read about how the Entergy New Orleans lineman used his experience and poise to make a difference when it mattered most.
Business and Economic Development Director Taurus Wright has a passion for helping New Orleans grow. Taurus seeks out new opportunities to expand and deepen the talented workforce in our region. Read more about why he loves the Big Easy and how he’s working to improve the local economy.
"Customer service is about caring for your neighbor and doing the best you possibly can to help. I wanted to be able to do that when New Orleans was hurting.” Preston Favorite reflected on helping customers in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina, a period that he called the high point of his career at Entergy. Read about Preston's 40-year career of kindness and service.