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Sonoran Bank

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Sonoran Bank

3877 N. 7Th St. Suite 150

Phoenix, Arizona 85014

United States

Company Description

Sonoran Bank will deliver prompt, personal, friendly and knowledgeable banking services to small and growing minority owned businesses. ... more

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Background Information


Board Member
The East Valley Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

Board Member

President and Chief Executive Officer
Creative Human Resources Concepts LLC


Great Gifts

Board Member
Grand Canyon Minority Supplier Development Council

Board Member
Arizona Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

Board Member
Arizona SBDC Friends

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Rosa Cantor is President and CEO of Creative Human Resources Concepts, LLC, an Arizona based company, established on Cinco de Mayo (May 5) 1997. Ms. Cantor has over 24 years of corporate Human Resources and small business experience. A major producer of contract labor and regular placement of employees, CHRC is a preferred supplier for several Fortune 500 companies, Defense Contractors, Federal Agencies and local businesses. CHRC has established a strong reputation in the valley and has been recognized for its quality of services by receiving the Regional Supplier of the Year Award in 1998, 1999 and 2003 by the National Minority Supplier Development Council and receiving the SBA Certificate of Excellence at the 2004 Small Business Administration National Convention. Locally, CHRC received the Arizona Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Nuevo Exitó award, the Maricopa Workforce Development award and the Economic Development award at the Latino Mesa Town Hall. Currently, CHRC is recognized as one of the Top 500 and Fastest Growing Hispanic Businesses in the Nation.
Rosa is very active in the community and has served on the Board of Directors for the Grand Canyon Minority Supplier Development Council, the Arizona Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, and the Arizona SBDC Friends of Small Business. She has spoken on behalf of her client, The Boeing Company, at the Arizona House of Representatives and was also invited by The City of Phoenix and selected by U.S. Secretary of Labor to participate in the first ever National Skills Labor Summit held in Washington, D.C.
Of Mexican descent, Rosa was raised in Guadalajara, Jalisco. She has three children and two grandchildren. Rosa has lived in Arizona for 20 years and calls Mesa her home.

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Rosa Cantor, president and CEO of Creative Human Resources Concepts, LLC (CHRC), is one of the entrepreneurial pillars in Arizona.Now on her 11th year in business, Cantor's firm averages $11 million in annual revenues providing human resources services primarily to the aerospace and defense industry that include such clients as Boeing, TRW, and Talley Defense. CHRC provides contract labor, regular staffing and executive placement that have not only met the technical and professional criteria, but that have gone through the rigorous security clearance and background checks required for some of her government contracts.
Professional, scientific and technical services such as Cantor's firm provides constitutes 21 percent of Arizona's businesses."Our competitors are the giants in the industry," says Cantor."Because we're smaller, we're faster and able to make changes quickly."
Like many other Latina business-owners, Cantor faced many of the start-up capital and financing obstacles when she started her business."We had to use our own money initially and ultimately got a loan," remembers Cantor.
Cantor is now trying to facilitate the process for small businesses to obtain capital by establishing a community bank, focused on small business and Latino-owned companies."It's the business-owner's bank," she says.One of two females on the board of directors, Cantor is a contributing founder for Sonoran Bank, the first privately held community bank in Arizona focusing on serving the Hispanic and the small business community markets.
Since it opened one year ago, Sonoran Bank has exceeded over 25 million dollars in total assets and exceeded $17 million in total deposits.The majority of the deposits and loans are Latino customers.
"Unlike large banks," says Cantor, "We take the time and patience to educate the applicant and assist them in the process of being approved for the loan."
As entrepreneurs, Hispanic Arizonans own more than 35,000 businesses that generate receipt of $4.3 billion, according to the DATOS 2006 Hispanic Market report.The majority of these are family owned.
"My son has been with my company for five years," boasts Cantor.

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