Enterprise Holdings Inc.’s annual sustainability reports highlight our sustainability governance council, which is charged with setting long-term goals and year-to-year priorities reflective of issues most material to our global business. Members of this cross-functional group of internal stakeholders serve as proxies for the various aspects of our business. They include:

  • Brice Adamson, Senior Vice President, Enterprise Fleet Management
  • Marie Artim, Vice President, Talent Acquisition
  • Carolyn Kindle Betz, Vice President and Executive Director, Enterprise Holdings Foundation
  • Steve Brackney, Senior Vice President, Corporate Accounting
  • Lee Broughton, Vice President, Brand Marketing
  • Laura Bryant, Assistant Vice President, Corporate Communications & Sustainability
  • Gary Cunningham, Senior Vice President, Business Management
  • Don Finnegan, Vice President, Corporate Operations
  • Tomi Gerber, Assistant Vice President, Government and Public Affairs
  • Mike Hawkins, Vice President, Sales – North America Operations
  • Sal Hernandez, Vice President, Compliance and Ethics
  • Craig Kennedy, Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer
  • Susan Lombardo, Senior Vice President, Vehicle Acquisition
  • Donald Moore, Vice President, North American Business Rental Sales and Global Corporate Accounts
  • John Murphy, Vice President, Airport Operations
  • Meredith Perkins, Vice President, Corporate Counsel
  • Neal Schroeder, Vice President, Internal Audit
  • Peter Smith, Vice President, Global Franchising
  • Roger Van Horn, Vice President, Corporate Loss Control
  • Dan Wessel, Vice President, Business Management

Enterprise Holdings' annual sustainability reports are prepared in accordance with Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) G4 “Core” Guidelines to help communicate our sustainability efforts and publicly benchmark our progress. GRI is an international independent standards organization that helps businesses, governments and other organizations understand, compare and communicate their impacts on critical topics as well as key issues, such as governance.

To promote transparency and accountability, GRI asks companies reporting in accordance with the framework to include at least one indicator (G4-34) that discloses their governance structure and committees of the highest governance body, including those responsible for decision-making on economic, environmental and social impacts.