Theodore Bunting Jr. is retiring as of 's utility operations inthe second quarter of 2017, according to a statement released April 11.
As a result, Roderick West — Entergy executive vicepresident and chief administrative officer — will take on a new positionworking directly with Bunting as part of a broader succession plan. He willmaintain his current title and continue to serve as a member of Entergy'soffice of the chief executive.
West's existing duties will be reassigned to other seniorleaders including Donald Vinci who is being promoted to executive vicepresident of shared services and human resources. Vinci will also maintain hisexisting position as chief diversity officer of the company.
Meanwhile Marcus Brown will assume additional responsibilityfor federal policy, regulatory and governmental affairs, and corporatecommunications. He is currently executive vice president and general counsel ofthe company.
The moves are effective May 8.