Nashville Black Chamber of Commerce

In 1998, the Nashville Black Chamber of Commerce was founded by Rosetta Miller Perry, publisher of the Tennessee Tribune and Contempora Magazine. The organization was established in 1998 as a 501(c)3 not for profit organization. In 2003, the Chamber was re-chartered as a 501(c)4 organization. This re-chartering allowed the Chamber to function as a Civic Association with members who support its mission and goals.

The mission of the Nashville Black Chamber is to economically empower the Black community through the promotion, education, and advancement of its businesses and their partners, while focusing on the development of business opportunities, alliances, and legislative advocacy in the greater Nashville community.

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The Chamber’s mission is to Empower the black community, Educate and Mentor future entrepreneurs; and Embrace industry and technology to assist our members while marketing Nashville to the World markets.

To learn more about the Nashville Black Chamber of Commerce please visit: http://www.nashvilleblackchamber.org/

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