Rona Borre stands out as one of the leading female entrepreneurs in Chicago. She currently serves as the CEO of Instant Alliance; a company she founded back in 2001. Since its inception, Instant Alliance has become a nationwide recognized woman-owned business enterprise, consistently raising its revenue year after year.
Rona Borre began her career in the information technology recruiting industry with a global firm back in 1996 where she worked as a technical recruiter. She worked her way up over the years to become the top selling sales representative in the history of Instant Technology, LLC. Rona built and ran a 30-million-dollar book of business and later on ventured into starting Instant Technology. Rona Borre received her Bachelor of Science degree in business from the University of Arizona.
Since founding Instant Technology, now Instant Alliance, Rona has shared her passion for talent with her clients by ensuring that they are partnered with the best possible talent. Instant Alliance was established to expand Instant Technology’s technical workforce solutions into the Finance and Accounting Industry. Rona sits on the board as the CEO of the company where she oversees the daily business of the enterprise and ensures maximum client satisfaction.
Rona has continued to thrive as a woman entrepreneur through her dedication towards expanding Instant Alliance to be one of the leading firms in the industry. She has become a mentor to many young women who want to venture into entrepreneurship. Speaking in an interview with “Built In Chicago” Rona’s advice to young women was, “stay true to your passion and your focus will drive you towards your success.” Read more on her linkedin.com page.
As a thought leader in the human capital industry, Rona has received several awards including The Business Ledger’s Influential Women in Business and Enterprising Woman of the Year by Enterprising Women Magazine. Due to her insights in the human capital industry, Rona Borre has been featured by CBS 2 Chicago, CNBC, CNN, USA Today, and Crain’s Chicago