Laura Ciscomani

Development Director | Arizona Chamber Foundation


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lciscomani@azchamber.com

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Fun Fact

Laura has five kids all under 10 years of age.

Laura Ciscomani serves as the Development Director for the Arizona Chamber Foundation and the Chamber proper. She leverages this dual role to fully engage partners and members across the full spectrum of research, initiatives and programs offered by the Arizona Chamber family.

Laura is the daughter of first generation immigrants who sacrificed their home in rural Mexico to give Laura the opportunity of an education, and a better life. Through her resolve and supportive family, Laura completed her undergraduate studies at Stanford University magna cum laude with a Bachelor of Arts degree in History.

Upon graduation, Laura was 1 of 20 Hispanic graduates selected by the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute’s Public Policy Fellowship Program in Washington, D.C. Thereafter, Laura completed her master’s degree in public administration at The University of Arizona’s Eller College of Management. She directed Youth Education Security, Inc., an organization that motivates at-risk high school students to graduate from high school. In 2011, she joined Pima Community College to coordinate a college preparatory program for underserved youth.

In addition, Laura contracts privately with nonprofit organizations through her consulting company. Since 2014, Laura has spearheaded the Tucson Hispanic Chamber of Commerce’s development efforts and signature events as the Director of Corporate Relations. As the Director of Corporate Relations, she enjoys collaborating with Southern Arizona’s most prominent companies on the chamber’s strategic initiatives and producing high value professional events for the region’s business community.

Laura’s community engagement includes volunteering for several political campaigns and hosting an annual statewide youth leadership program at the Arizona State Capitol. Laura was one of ten women in the State of Arizona selected for the Dodie Londen Excellence in Public Service Series in 2009. Together with her husband, Laura served as the director of her church’s children’s ministries.

Laura wholeheartedly values faith and family. She is deeply committed to her husband of 11 years, Juan Ciscomani and their children Zoë, Juan David, Kenneth, Lily and Lucas Noé.