Hertz Announces Appointment of Executive Vice President of Corporate Affairs – Rental Operations

The “wealth of experience” Liz Bower brings to Hertz includes current positions on the board of directors of Human Rights First and the Progressive Policy Institute.

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Hertz announced in a statement that Liz Bowyer has joined the company as executive vice president of corporate affairs, effective June 1. Bowyer will be responsible for Hertz’s strategic approach to communications, corporate reputation, and corporate social responsibility and sustainability initiatives.

“This new senior role demonstrates our continued focus on communication within our broad stakeholder group and Hertz’s active positioning in the public conversation on issues related to our business and the future of mobility,” Hertz CEO Stephen Scherr said in the statement. “Liz brings a wealth of experience that will be invaluable as we continue to evolve our business and the Hertz story.”

Bowyer has spent his career working at the intersection of communications, politics and law. She has been a television producer for NBC News, a White House speechwriter and researcher, and a lawyer practicing complex civil litigation. She was a managing director at Goldman Sachs, overseeing the company’s brand and content strategy as it emerged from the financial crisis. Most recently, she was responsible for brand, content and strategic communications at a technology start-up aimed at making home ownership more accessible.

Bowyer received his bachelor’s degree from the University of Florida and his Juris Doctor degree from Columbia Law School. She is a board member of Human Rights First and the Progressive Policy Institute.

“I am thrilled to join Stephen and the team at Hertz for the next chapter of this iconic American company,” added Bowyer. “I am thrilled to be part of Hertz’s vision to transform the future of mobility while creating a world-class customer experience.”

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