CBC’s Armida Colmenares-Stafford Elected Chair of the United Chambers of Commerce, San Fernando Valley

Commercial Bank of California’s (CBC) Senior Vice President - Regional Manager, Armida Colmenares-Stafford has been elected Chair of the Board of Directors for the United Chambers of Commerce, San Fernando Valley Region. Armida is the first Latina woman to serve as chair for the organization.

Armida Colmenares-Stafford joined CBC as SVP-Regional Manager for the San Fernando-Santa Clarita Valleys. She is responsible for managing and contributing to the bank’s growth and profitability. As part of the Leadership Team, she serves on the Excellence Committee. With over 30 years of industry experience, Armida has served in senior management positions with national, regional, and community banks.

United Chambers of Commerce, San Fernando Valley and Region is a coalition of 18 Member Chambers, representing over 135,000 businesses Valley Wide. United Chambers is a non-profit mutual benefit corporation whose roots go back to the turn of the century when business first began to spring up in the Valley.