Chrissy Taylor (pictured at top) has taken the wheel as chief executive officer of Enterprise Holdings, replacing Pam Nicholson, who recently retired from the auto rental giant. Taylor, who previously served as president and chief operating officer, is only the fourth person to head the company in its 63 years. She is the granddaughter of founder Jack Taylor.

Colleen Campanella of Gwin’s Travel has been named a ‘Trendsetter’ by Luxury Travel Advisor magazine. Each year, the publication recognizes 40 travel advisors from across the country who are innovators in the industry.

Dayna Stock was named chief executive officer of The Rome Group, a consulting firm that works with nonprofits. She comes to the post from the United Way, where she was chief development officer. Under her guidance, the organization raised a record $76.3 million in its 2019 funding campaign. The Rome Group founder and former CEO Amy Rome is stepping back to focus on strategic oversight and planning. 

Private aviation firm Jet Linx has named Tom Buffington its new St. Louis base president. He succeeds Rich Ropp, who was promoted to the newly created role of national senior vice president of base startup. Before joining Jet Linx, Buffington worked for Hub Group, a transportation management company.

Paula Fleming recently took the helm as president and CEO of the mental health nonprofit Great Circle. She previously served as chief operating officer for the organization, which provides services to more than 40,000 people each year.

Pedal the Cause, a cancer fundraising nonprofit, has named David Drier executive director. He succeeds Jay Indovino, who will step down in March after 10 years in the role.

Carmody MacDonald attorney Cary Mogerman was installed as first vice president of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers. He will become the organization’s president in 2022.

Dayna Stock
Tom Buffington
Paula Fleming
Cary Mogerman