Filipino-American Business Chamber of Commerce of Arizona


Mission Statement​

FABCCA (Filipino American Business Chamber of Commerce of Arizona) was established in 2008. It is our mission to promote and support the continued growth of Filipino American owned businesses in the great State of Arizona. We are also the first point of contact for any new business wanting to move to Arizona or to get an insight as to the business dynamics and demographics in our State. We are the bridge to Filipino based businesses who wish to invest or set up shop here in the Southwest.


Cultivate business relationships
Promote Filipino Asian and American Businesses
Encourage Entrepreneurism through retreats and training.
Provide Resources to help businesses grow and market themselves.
Collaborate with other local community organizations.


About Us

Founded in February of 2008, FABCCA-MAIN strives to be the preeminent Filipino-American organization dedicated to business and to be the first place where people go to for anything related to Filipino-American business.

The Filipino American Business Chamber of Commerce Arizona Main assists its members in the following ways:
• By providing networking opportunities to expand and promote members’ businesses
• By initiating programs and committees designed to advance the interests of members’ business
• By serving as an information resource center for new business opportunities and business referrals

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Message from the President

Marie Cunning


Hello and welcome to our website! My name is Marie Cunning and I am the President of FABCC of Arizona Main. We are a non-profit organization, which seeks to promote the economic development of the Filipino American business community in Arizona.

I would like to personally thank you for visiting our site and we look forward to sharing more about our chamber with you. We are here to help start, assist, and advocate Filipino-owned businesses in Arizona to grow, create jobs and be successful.

Marie Cunning


Marie Cunning


Melba Herskovitz

Vice President

Maria Bondaryev


Emily Cantelme