November 8, 2012 10:12:49 AM
BankFirst Financial Services announces the appointment of Haley R. Fisackerly of Jackson to its board of directors. The financial services provider has offices in Madison, Ridgeland, Flowood, Macon, Columbus, Starkville, Shuqualak and West Point.
Fisackerly is currently the president and CEO of Entergy Mississippi, Inc., Mississippi's largest investor-owned utility that serves 435,000 homes and businesses in 45 counties in Mississippi. He has worked for Entergy since 1995, previously serving the company as vice president of customer operations, where he played a key role in the company's leadership team during the Hurricane Katrina restoration effort. He has also served as vice president of governmental and regulatory affairs at Entergy Nuclear, director of system regulatory strategy for Entergy Services, Inc. in Little Rock, Ark. and federal governmental affairs executive in Washington, DC.
Prior to joining Entergy, Fisackerly managed U. S. Senator Thad Cochran's Washington office, where he assisted the senator with economic development projects in Mississippi as well as legislative matters related to energy policy, the environment and appropriations.
Fisackerly, a native of Columbus, is a graduate of Mississippi State University and holds a master's degree in public policy administration from George Washington University. He serves on numerous statewide and Jackson-area boards, including the Mississippi Economic Council, the Mississippi Museum of Art, Mississippi Symphony Orchestra Board of Directors, Mississippi Works, Mississippi Energy Institute, Jackson State University Foundation Board of Directors, Mississippi State University Foundation Board of Directors. He and his wife, Allison, have two sons and live in Jackson.
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