April Scott is the Organizational Health and Diversity Manager at Entergy, headquartered in New Orleans, LA. In that capacity, April manages an annual employee engagement survey that measures organizational health and culture of Entergy. She also works with company leaders to improve and deploy Entergy’s diversity strategy. During her 12-year tenure at Entergy, April also served as a Senior Property & Casualty Risk Analyst in Entergy’s Risk and Insurance Management department. Prior to joining Entergy, April worked in Revenue and Property Accounting at Shell Exploration and Production. April is a dedicated community activist and contributor, as evidenced by the following:
- Founder and Acting Executive Director of “PINK House,” a personal development academy for teen girls, promoting self-appreciation, social responsibility, effective communication and leadership.
- Founder and Chair of “M-Powerment,” an employee group comprising Entergy’s current and expectant parents, targeting work-life balance issues and providing employee networking opportunities.
- Board Member/Treasurer for Junior League of New Orleans, a volunteer women’s organization dedicated to developing women’s potential, and improving community action and leadership of trained volunteers.
- Board Member of “Geaux Girl,” a local magazine whose mission is to inform, inspire, engage, and empower teen girls.
In 2013, April earned the New Orleans Saints “Community Quarterback” award, which the New Orleans Saints organization bestows to recognize leadership, dedication and commitment to improving the local community. April, a New Orleans native, earned a B.S. degree in Accounting from Dillard University, and is married with two teen girls.