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Diversity Mission Statement

Entergy strives to create a winning culture that can only be achieved in an environment that fosters creativity, productivity and mutual respect of all people. This culture is supported from the office of the CEO and down throughout the organization.

At Entergy we recognize that:

Diversity is a business imperative that helps to achieve business results. We understand that in order to be a leader, not only in our industry but also across all businesses, we must go beyond simply accepting "equal opportunity" as a legal requirement. We must value and embrace diversity as a strategic competitive advantage. In order to do this, we must develop and promote leadership capable of managing in a diverse environment.

Diversity is important because we are changing. The U.S. population is becoming increasingly diverse and the traditional definition of diversity -- race, gender, and age -- has evolved appropriately to include anything that makes us different from one another. We are a "melting pot," not only of ideas, but also of various races, religions, languages, and cultural groups.

We are collectively stronger through an inclusive culture. Entergy is committed to not only create and maintain, but also leverage and value the richness of a diverse workforce so that every employee has an equal opportunity to contribute in significant ways to the effectiveness of the organization. Our employees will be highly regarded for valuing others and promoting the right of every person to reach his or her full potential; that means integrating our values into our daily interactions and behaviors.

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