Enterprise Holdings President, COO Listed in 'Most Powerful Business Women'

Enterprise Holdings' president and chief operating officer Pam Nicholson was featured on Fortune Magazine’s list of America's 50 most powerful business women for the sixth consecutive year. 

Nicholson was ranked No. 30 based on her leadership at Enterprise while the rental car company grew revenue and expanded globally. Last year, she ranked 26th.

In 2003, Nicholson was named Enterprise's chief operating officer and president in 2008. She has been with the company during its growth from just 10,000 vehicles to more than 1.2 million vehicles.


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