Christine Lusteck Pate has joined Entergy Mississippi’s economic development division as business retention and expansion representative. Pate will work with Entergy’s existing industrial base to assist them with issues related to growth and competitiveness.
Pate formerly was deputy director for the Jackson County Economic Development Foundation, a public/private partnership. Prior to that, she was a senior project manager at the Mississippi Development Authority, the economic development agency for the state of Mississippi.
A Jackson native, Pate earned her bachelor’s degree from the University of Southern Mississippi and holds a graduate degree in public policy from Jackson State University. She and her husband, Matthew, are parents to a son, Owen.
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