After originally joining as a management trainee in 2000, her early highlights include developing Enterprise’s consumer rental market in Europe (2006-08), the financial restructuring of Fleet Management (2008-11), managing the Car Sales business (2011-13) and overseeing North American operations (2013-16).
Throughout her tenure with the organization, Taylor has continued to foster the promote-from-within culture that enriched her own professional career. She has worked to advance the adoption of new technologies and product capabilities at Enterprise, exploring new avenues to optimize the business and drive future ambitions within mobility.
Taylor has been recognized by several industry media outlets and organizations. In 2022, she was selected by Cox Automotive for the Barbara Cox Woman of the Year award. In 2021, she was recognized by Women Leading Travel & Hospitality to a list of top women executives in the travel and hospitality industry. That same year, she was honored by the Global Business Travel Association with the Woman of Influence award. And in 2020, Taylor was cited by Automotive News as one of 100 women leading the North American Auto Industry.
Taylor serves several organizations both nationally and locally, including the Business Roundtable and U.S. Travel Association. She also is a board and/or committee member for Commerce Bancshares, the Crawford Group and Crawford Taylor Foundation, among others. Taylor also continues to make history in her hometown as part of the first majority female-owned club in Major League Soccer (MLS) history: St. Louis CITY SC.
She earned a bachelor’s degree in sociology from Miami University, where she was an All-American field hockey player, and master’s in business administration from Washington University in St. Louis.