In this interview series, we speak with employees who were nominated by their teams as having a strong entrepreneurial spirit. Entrepreneurship is a key indicator to success for employees starting their careers in the Enterprise Management Training (MT) Program.
Natalie M. started at Enterprise as an intern in 2017, then joined the Management Trainee Program. We asked Natalie to share her goals for the future and how she makes the most of every day on the job.
Even though Neil H. is 26 years into his Enterprise career, one thing reigned loud and true since the day he started – an enduring interest to move abroad and take on new roles no matter the country, city or Operating Group.
Recently promoted to Vice President and General Manager of France, Neil has established himself as a proven leader with a keen ability to work across cultures with unwavering commitment to customer service and operational excellence.
We asked Neil to share his thoughts on the new role and his interesting career path.
Opportunity, mobility and Anna L. go well together.
Anna has parlayed her desire for success and willingness to relocate with a world of opportunities to build a successful career at Enterprise.
Today, she works in San Diego as Account Manager in Enterprise Fleet Management. It’s the latest stop in a journey that has carried her on an award-winning ride of domestic and international assignments, all in just eight years.
Enterprise Truck Rental Account Specialist Chad W. knows that it’s the little things that can make someone’s day. Case in point, he recently went above and beyond for a customer who had lost a very special item, and the customer wrote a letter of thanks for his help. Read on to learn more about Chad’s story, and his advice for providing great customer service every day.
Q: How long have you worked for Enterprise?
A: All together, I’ve been with the company for three years. I spent a little more than two years working in Fleet Management before I joined Truck Rental in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania almost a year ago.