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Entergy Corp (ETR)

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Summary

Name Age Since Current Position

Leo Denault

57 2013 Chairman of the Board, Chief Executive Officer

Andrew Marsh

45 2013 Chief Financial Officer, Executive Vice President

Marcus Brown

55 2013 Executive Vice President, General Counsel

Christopher Bakken

55 2016 Executive Vice President, Chief Nuclear Officer

Roderick West

48 2017 Executive Vice President, Group President - Utility Operations

Maureen Bateman

73 2000 Independent Director

Patrick Condon

67 2015 Independent Director

Kirkland Donald

63 2013 Independent Director

Philip Frederickson

61 2015 Independent Director

Alexis Herman

69 2003 Independent Director

Donald Hintz

73 2004 Independent Director

Stuart Levenick

63 2005 Independent Director

Blanche Lincoln

56 2011 Independent Director

Karen Puckett

56 2015 Independent Director

W. J. Tauzin

73 2005 Independent Director

David Borde

2017 IR Contact Officer

Biographies

Name Description

Leo Denault

Mr. Leo P. Denault is Chairman of the Board, Chief Executive Officer of the Company. Mr. Denault brings to the Board his leadership skills, his extensive senior executive experience in the utility industry and his deep knowledge of the Company.

Andrew Marsh

Mr. Andrew S. Marsh is Chief Financial Officer, Executive Vice President of the Company. He is also Director of Entergy Arkansas, Entergy Gulf States Louisiana, Entergy Louisiana, Entergy Mississippi, Entergy Texas, and System Energy. He joined Entergy in 1998 and held multiple corporate planning roles before being transferred to Entergy-Koch, LP as vice president, strategic planning where he coordinated multiple acquisition processes for pipeline and generating assets. With Entergy's decision to exit the partnership, Marsh was a key member of the transaction team for the sales of both Entergy-Koch Trading and Gulf South Pipeline, the two principal businesses of the partnership. Returning to Entergy, Marsh served in a series of financial planning and strategy roles, including vice president, planning and financial communications, where he reported to the CFO and was responsible for strategic planning, financial planning, the investment approval process, financial communications and commercial analytics. In his current role as vice president, system planning, he oversees a organization with responsibility for executing commercial operations for the Entergy utility operating companies. Mr. Marsh holds a master's degree in management from Kellogg Graduate School of Management at Northwestern University and a bachelor of science degree, mechanical engineering, from the University of Notre Dame where he played for the Fighting Irish football team.

Marcus Brown

Mr. Marcus V. Brown is Executive Vice President, General Counsel of the Company. He has been Senior Vice President and General Counsel of Entergy Arkansas, Entergy Gulf States Louisiana, Entergy Louisiana, Entergy Mississippi, Entergy New Orleans, Entergy Texas and System Energy since 2012. He served as Vice President and Deputy General Counsel of Entergy Services, Inc. 2009-2012, Associate General Counsel of Entergy Services, Inc. 2007-2009. Brown earned a Juris Doctorate from Southern University Law Center in 1988 where he was a member of the Law Review, an MBA from Tulane University in 2002.

Christopher Bakken

Mr. Christopher A. Bakken III is Executive Vice President, Chief Nuclear Officer of the Company. In his new leadership role, Bakken is responsible for executive oversight of the safe, secure and reliable operation of Entergy's nuclear plants located in New York , Massachusetts , Vermont , Michigan , Louisiana , Mississippi and Arkansas , as well as the company's management services to the Cooper Nuclear Station for the Nebraska Public Power District.Bakken will also be responsible for building and strengthening relationships with external stakeholders, while becoming an engaged company representative to the industry. Bakken's 30-year career began in 1982 as a test engineer at Duquesne Light Company, where he spent nine years in the control room as a licensed senior reactor operator. Since then, he has held positions of increasing responsibility in operations for both domestic and global companies including American Electric Power, Public Service Enterprise Group, British Energy and EDF Energy. Prior to the role at Entergy, since 2011 Bakken has been executive director, EDF Energy Nuclear New Build and Project director for Hinkley Point C based in London . In that role he was responsible for leading the design, licensing, procurement, construction and commissioning of the £18bn ( $25.8bn at today's exchange rate) dual-unit EPR at Hinkley Point C, the first nuclear new-build project in the United Kingdom in 20 years. He joined the company in 2009 as director of operations, safety and licensing. In addition, from 1999-2003, Bakken worked for American Electric Power as a site vice president for D.C. Cook , and senior vice president and chief nuclear officer. While there, he successfully led the effort to recover two Cook units from extended regulatory shutdown. He earned a bachelor of science in electrical engineering from Grove City College in Grove City, Pennsylvania , and a master's in industrial administration with distinction from Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh where he was elected to Beta Gamma Sigma

Roderick West

Mr. Roderick K. West has been appointed as Executive Vice President, Group President - Utility Operations of Entergy Louisiana, LLC, subsidiary of the Company effective July 1, 2017. He is currently serves as Executive Vice President of the Company. He served as President and Chief Executive Officer of Entergy New Orleans from 2007-2010, Director of Entergy New Orleans from2005-2011, Director, Metro Distribution Operation of Entergy Services, Inc. from 2005-2006.

Maureen Bateman

Ms. Maureen Scannell Bateman is an Independent Director of the Company. Ms. Bateman brings to the Board her deep legal knowledge acquired through her experience as an accomplished corporate attorney, as well as expertise in financial and business matters gained through her extensive experience in the banking and financial services industries. Ms. Bateman’s civic involvement as an officer, director or trustee of various charitable organizations also provides valuable insight into issues of importance to the communities we serve.

Patrick Condon

Mr. Patrick J. Condon is Independent Director of Entergy Corporation. Mr. Condon brings his many years of experience in auditing and accounting to the Board. The Board also benefits from his regional and national leadership experience gained at Deloitte & Touche LLP and his current and prior service to community and charitable organizations and on other public company boards.

Kirkland Donald

Adm. Kirkland H. Donald, U. S. Navy (Retired), is an Independent Director of the Company. Mr. Donald brings to the Board deep nuclear expertise and valuable leadership and risk-management experience gained through his distinguished military career in the United States Navy’s nuclear program and through his business and senior management experience since retiring from the Navy.

Philip Frederickson

Mr. Philip L. Frederickson is an Independent Director of the Company. Mr. Frederickson brings to the Board his extensive senior management, operating and leadership experience gained through his business career at ConocoPhillips and its predecessor, Conoco Inc., where he held a variety of senior management positions in operations, strategy and business development. In addition to his diverse senior-level management experience, Mr. Frederickson brings his experience leading strategic change both at ConocoPhillips and on the other public company boards on which he has served. His strong ties to the State of Texas also enable him to provide insight into the issues and concerns of our service territories.

Alexis Herman

Ms. Alexis M. Herman is an Independent Director of Entergy Corporation. She brings to the Board a combination of high-level U.S. government service, experience as a strategic advisor to numerous U.S. and international companies and broad public policy expertise, as well as her public company board experience, including her service as Lead Independent Director to another public company. Her extensive service to charitable organizations also provides the Board with valuable insight into the needs and concerns of the communities we serve.

Donald Hintz

Mr. Donald C. Hintz is an Independent Director of Entergy Corporation. Mr. Hintz brings to the Board his leadership skills and extensive knowledge of the Company and our nuclear business acquired as our former President. The Board also benefits from the valuable regulatory and risk management expertise he has gained through his experience in the nuclear industry, including as a member of various advisory boards and other industry bodies.

Stuart Levenick

Mr. Stuart L. Levenick is an Independent Director of Entergy Corporation. Mr. Levenick brings to the Board his extensive senior executive experience at a major manufacturing company, as well as his experience as a public company director, including as Lead Independent Director of another public company. This experience enables him to contribute valuable operational and financial expertise and offer an informed perspective on leadership development, management and business issues.

Blanche Lincoln

Sen. Blanche Lambert Lincoln is an Independent Director of Entergy Corp. She is a former member of the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives, Ms. Lincoln brings to the Board her extensive background and experience in governmental, public policy and legislative affairs, providing her with a unique and valuable perspective on many of the critical issues and opportunities facing the Company. Her strong ties to the State of Arkansas also provide the Board with insight into the issues and concerns of our service territories.

Karen Puckett

Ms. Karen A. Puckett is Independent Director of Entergy Corporation. Ms. Puckett brings to the Board her extensive management, operations and business experience acquired through her senior leadership positions in a rapidly changing and highly regulated industry and her deep experience with technology-driven innovation. Ms. Puckett’s ties to the State of Louisiana also enable her to offer insight into the issues and concerns of our service territories.

W. J. Tauzin

Mr. W. J. Tauzin is an Independent Director of Entergy Corporation. He is a former member of the U.S. House of Representatives, Mr. Tauzin brings to the Board his many years of governmental, public policy and legislative affairs experience, enabling him to provide critical insights into many of the most important issues facing the Company. Mr. Tauzin also brings governance and risk management skills gained through his experience as the president of a leading trade industry association and his experience as trustee or director of public and private companies and organizations, including his service as Lead Independent Director to another public company. His strong ties to the State of Louisiana also enable him to provide insight into the issues and concerns of our service territories.

David Borde

Mr. David Borde is Investor Relations of the Company. He will serve as the primary interface with Wall Street analysts and investors, responsible for preparing financial disclosures, presentations and press releases to assist investors in their assessments of Entergy's future prospects. In addition, Borde will provide counsel to executive management and the board on analysts' perspectives of Entergy relative to its peers. Since beginning his career with Entergy in 2009, Borde has held leadership positions in corporate development and in the finance organization. Prior to joining Entergy, Borde was an associate with the law firm of Simpson Thacher & Bartlett in New York and an investment banker at Citi, also in New York. Borde received a business degree from the Pantheon-Sorbonne University and obtained his law degree from Duke University .

Basic Compensation

Name Fiscal Year Total

Leo Denault

13,478,700

Andrew Marsh

3,181,180

Marcus Brown

3,560,390

Christopher Bakken

5,067,570

Roderick West

3,210,430

Maureen Bateman

323,712

Patrick Condon

269,864

Kirkland Donald

301,379

Philip Frederickson

213,193

Alexis Herman

285,694

Donald Hintz

331,743

Stuart Levenick

281,042

Blanche Lincoln

248,740

Karen Puckett

245,308

W. J. Tauzin

267,992

David Borde

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As Of  30 Dec 2016