The Collision Industry Foundation (CIF) has announced the election of Yvette Burke, vice president, Replacement & Leisure Division at Enterprise Holdings Inc., to the CIF Board of Trustees.
Burke has a long history of philanthropic involvement, including within the collision repair industry as a member the Women’s Industry Network, where she has contributed on numerous committees and as a mentor, and the National Auto Body Council as a member of the St. Louis Golf Tournament Committee. She is a current board member of the Alzheimer’s Association, chairing the “Walk to End ALZ” and participating on the ALZ Gala Committee, and she has also supported the Avon Breast Cancer Walk, participating on their fundraising committee. Burke holds master’s and bachelor’s degrees from San Diego State University and has held roles of increasing responsibility with Enterprise Holdings, parent company of the Enterprise Rent-A-Car, National Car Rental and Alamo Rent A Car brands, since 1995.
“CIF is looking forward to Yvette’s participation in advancing CIF’s efforts, including its recently launched Annual Donor program, which was designed to provide consistent resources for the CIF Disaster Relief Fund,” said Michael Quinn, board president of CIF and president of AirPro Diagnostics. “I am very happy to welcome Yvette to the CIF Board of Trustees and look forward to utilizing her talent for fundraising and assistance in generating awareness for CIF, so we are always ready to answer the call when tragedy strikes our industry.”
Added Burke, “I am looking forward to contributing to this important cause and participating as a CIF Trustee. Like CIF, Enterprise plays an important role in supporting the industry when disaster recovery is a top priority.”
CIF provides emergency relief by securing and distributing donations to collision repair professionals who have experienced significant losses due to natural disasters or other catastrophic events.