While at Enterprise I realised that I was only able to perform at my very best if I had the freedom to be myself. My success is partly due to our inclusive workplace culture, so I’m proud to be able to call myself a role model for our LGBT community at Enterprise.
Amii found out that the soft skills she gained through her extra-curricular activities while at university would come in handy in her role at Enterprise. With two promotions already under her belt, she recommends all students make the most of their time at university.
My motto throughout my personal life and career has always been “Yes I am a woman…and what?” “Yes I am Sikh…and what?” Enterprise has continued this for me as nothing has ever stepped in my way or stopped me from getting where I want to be.
I first considered a career with Enterprise Rent-A-Car during my final year of university, when I was encouraged to apply for a ‘Female Entrepreneur of the Year’ prize, which the company was sponsoring.
When I first moved to the UK to study, I didn’t realise how much I would love being here. A placement at Enterprise was not only great for my career development, it also confirmed that I want to continue to work and live here after I graduate.
I’ve been working for Enterprise for 13 years but I’ve had no time to get complacent, as there are always new opportunities and challenges. This has meant moving around the UK on several occasions, but this is the best way to really understand the business.
I was attracted by the opportunities that Enterprise offered and in the past decade I’ve really been allowed to develop my career, moving from Southern California to the UK where I support our airport branches in Britain and Ireland as a Revenue Manager.
As General Manager for Spain I'm proud that our Spanish operations have already reached significant milestones, including record profitability. We wouldn't have been able to achieve this without focusing on great customer service. This is my career story.