In 2001 Rona Borre founded Instant Alliance. She is the current CEO of this nationally recognized business enterprise. Rona is a community leader in Chicago. She holds leadership positions on the Economic Club of Chicago, the Chicago Network and the Young Presidents organizations. The Economic Club of Chicago encourages dialogue between Chicago leaders in regards to economic and social issues. The Chicago Network is comprised of over 450 leading women in Chicago. Related article on conferences.shrm.org.
Membership is invitation based and it was established to create a network of professional women who could connect with one another for professional and personal growth. The Young Presidents Organization is comprised of over 185 chapter members in the Chicago and greater Chicagoland area. Members represent family owned businesses and entrepreneurial enterprises. Enterprising women magazine acknowledged Rona as a enterprising woman of the year. Rona Borre received her BS in Business from the University of Arizona. She began working at staffing agencies right out of college. After she began working as a recruiter she discovered that she enjoyed working with the companies that were seeking staffing. The firm she worked at was bought and merged with a larger, international staffing and recruitment agency. This merger is what launched her into her privately owned boutique firm. She enjoyed working with the clients she had formed relationships with and shortly after founding Instant Alliance she had a staff of fifty employees. Being privately owned allows her to pursue many ideas that her staff brings to her attention. Rona feels as though you cannot win unless you fail sometimes and it is worth taking the risk on some ideas. For a must read interview of Borre, hit ideamensch.com.
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