Rona Borre Is Changing The Chicago Tech Industry

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Rona Borre is the CEO of Instant Alliance

Changing The Face Of Tech

The tech industry is often thought of as male dominated and elitist, but Rona Borre is doing everything she can to change that image. Through her work at Instant Alliance she helps companies in the tech and finance industries find workers from diverse background sin order to fill positions when needed. Her work isn’t the easiest work out there, but it is work that is needed and she does her job as well as she can.

 

 

How Instant Alliance Does This

The Instant Alliance is a human resources company specializing in finding the right tech workers for various in demand jobs.  Based on instantalliance.com the hiring process is much more complicated than it seems. Looking at a resume can give you a glossary look at the qualifications of an individual, but it doesn’t tell the entire store. In order to understand everything about an individual you need to look deeper into their background. Instant Alliance looks at candidates and makes sure these are people who can work in teams and matches them with the companies that need them.

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About Rona Borre

Rona Borre is the CEO of Instant Alliance and a strong supporter of diversity in the workforce. Her work at Instant Alliance helps job applicants with the right qualifications find the jobs they want and fulfill those positions. Rona understands the tech industry is booming and there is a need to find people who can fill these positions and help the industry advance.

Bruce Levenson, an American-Based Entrepreneur, and Philanthropist

Born on October 1st, 1949 in Washington, D.C., Mr. Bruce Levenson is an American businessman as well as a philanthropist. He is the former owner of NBA basketball team. He co-owned Philips Arena and Atlanta Hawks LLC, the owner and manager of Atlanta Hawks. In 2004, Bruce served as the governor of Hawks on the board of the NBA team. In 1997, he teamed up with Ed Peskowitz to establish United Communication Group (UCG), a specialist in telecommunication, technology, banking, healthcare analysis, data, and news services. Also known as GasBuddy, United Communication Group owns a software that alerts motorists about the nearest low-priced gas stations. This information can be sourced from Wikipedia.org.

Sale of the Hawks

In 2014, Mr. Bruce announced that he would sell the Hawks due to the low fan base and insufficient sponsorship. He encouraged the team’s executives to embrace diversity to avert racial sports in Atlanta. Bruce does not tolerate racism, and during his tenure at NBA, Bruce did his best to make the team fit for any race. As a result, he resorted to selling his shares at Hawks Franchise. Steve Koonin would serve as Bruce Levenson’s agent during the transaction.

However, Steve Koonin failed to strike a deal that would generate 27% profitability as expected. Consequently, Mr. Bruce hired Goldman Sachs and Inner Circle Sports to act as his agent. Although according to Time magazine,  Bruce valued his shares at $ 1 billion, Andrew Zimbalist, a renowned sports economist predicted the sale to be between $700 and $750 million. The sale attracted several bidders but was won by Tony Ressler at $850 million.

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Mr. Bruce has supported several philanthropic organizations such as Hoop Dreams Foundation and Community Foundation of Washington, D.C. Besides, as a dedicated philanthropist, Bruce supports the Holocaust Museum and Bringing the Lessons Home Program. Over the years, Bruce supported the Seed Foundation and Seeds of Peace programs to sustain peace. In 2015, Levenson and his wife, Karen headed John F. Kennedy Centre’s concert, which was meant to create awareness about the effects of hatred and defamation.