PHOENIX (June 13, 2018) – The Arizona Chamber of Commerce and Industry has named Laura Ciscomani as its new Director of Development. Ciscomani will also serve the Arizona Chamber Foundation in this same role.
Working directly with Chamber members, Ciscomani will maximize the ability of members to amplify their work and engage them on leadership projects within the Chamber family.
“We are excited to welcome Laura to our team,” said Glenn Hamer, President and CEO of the Arizona Chamber of Commerce and Industry. “She has a depth of experience and a proven record on how chambers can best serve their members. I am confident she will help ensure our membership is supported and engaged.”
With roots in Southern Arizona, Ciscomani was part of the team that transformed the Tucson Hispanic Chamber of Commerce into a powerhouse. She has played a central role in building the Tucson chamber’s corporate membership program in order to diversify, stabilize and grow revenue sources for the Chamber. Adding value to corporate members and employing gold standard practices are keys to Laura’s success.
“I am honored to join a top-tier team that is developing creative, research-driven solutions that enable business and communities to thrive in Arizona,” Ciscomani said. “I look forward to helping members and partners engage with the full spectrum of resources and programs this Chamber family offers.”
Ciscomani earned a Bachelor’ of Arts in history from Stanford University and a Master of Public Administration from the University of Arizona. She resides in Tucson with her husband Juan, and their five children.
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About the Arizona Chamber of Commerce and Industry
The Chamber is committed to advancing Arizona’s competitive position in the global economy by advocating free-market policies that stimulate economic growth and prosperity for all Arizonans.
About the Arizona Chamber FoundationThe Foundation is the leading resource for forward-thinking, expert research and analysis on the public policy issues that impact Arizona’s business environment. It houses the A for Arizona and Chamber Business News projects.