We Work for YOU.

We advocate for minority and women-owned businesses. We make sure our elected officials are transparent and accountable, so that our businesses are ultimately more prosperous.

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Come to Our Membership Meeting!

We invite you to join us for our first membership meeting where we'll share more information about our agenda, and how we're advocating on behalf of minority and women business owners who wish to secure corporate and government work.  

Join us to learn more about how you can become involved. Our first membership meeting will be held from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Thursday, March 21 at the Nashville Business Incubation Center, located at 1009 Third Avenue North, Suite 100 in historic Germantown.

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Transparency. Advocacy. Prosperity.

Nashville Business Alliance Political Action Committee advocates for public policy and private sector support of minority and women-owned companies seeking to do business with government agencies and private businesses by expanding contracting opportunities and increasing the procurement dollars spent with these businesses.

Public Procurement

We will advocate for policies and practices that support minority and women-owned businesses.

Supplier Diversity

We will collaborate with corporations to increase opportunities for minority and women-owned businesses.

Greater Opportunities

Our primary goal is to make certain that minority and women-owned businesses secure more opportunities.

Help us BUILD.

The Nashville Business Alliance PAC is an independent, business-owner led organization that uses the power of year-round political engagement and elections to change the economic outcomes for minority and women-owned businesses.  

We are committed to long-term engagement. We will not just show up to ask for your vote or your dollars during election season. We will listen and learn year-round, and we will focus on the issues that are important to minority and women owned businesses.  

Your contribution will help us make certain our elected officials are transparent and accountable, so that our businesses are ultimately more prosperous.