Frank Thurman is Vice President of Operations for Enterprise Fleet Management, a full-service vehicle management business and affiliate of Enterprise Holdings Inc. In this role, Thurman is responsible for working with the sales and operational teams to develop and implement products, tools, and strategies that help clients achieve business and fleet objectives.
Thurman began his career with Enterprise in 1992 as a Management Trainee in Phoenix after graduating from Arizona State University with a Bachelor of Science. A year later he accepted an Account Executive position with Enterprise Fleet Management where he further developed his acumen for business and sales. In 1994, Thurman was promoted to Group Sales Manager for Enterprise Fleet Management in New Orleans. Shortly thereafter he moved to New York in the same role, overseeing a larger market.
In 2006, Thurman moved to St. Louis to accept a position at Enterprise’s worldwide headquarters as Assistant Vice President of Enterprise Fleet Management. In 2009, Thurman took on a new challenge and was promoted to Corporate Vice President of Enterprise Truck Rental. In that role, he led the Truck Rental business to nearly 20 percent year-over-year fleet growth and outstanding revenue over eight years, all while maintaining an exceptional customer service record. In 2018, Thurman accepted the position of Vice President of Global Marketing for Enterprise Holdings, where he led the company’s marketing efforts. Two years later, he returned to Enterprise Fleet Management where he was promoted to his current role.
Thurman currently serves on the Board of the St. Louis Science Center, an organization dedicated to igniting and sustaining life-long science and technology learning. He also serves on the de Tocqueville cabinet in St. Louis for the United Way and is a former Board member of the United Way of Passaic County in New Jersey. Thurman has served on the Truck Rental and Leasing Association’s Board of Directors and its Political Action Committee. In addition, he was a member of the Board of Directors and served as Board Chair for Grace Hill Settlement House.