26th Edition Tennessee Minority Pages launch successful, widely supported

(L to R) Tunisa Rice (Creative Director TN Minority Pages), Michelle Hernandez- Lane (Chief Diversity Officer Metro Government), Hany Badawi (Art Director TN Minority Pages), Tunisia Scott (President/CEO TN Minority Pages) photo by Marcus Jones.

(L to R) Sherri Hubbard, Tunisia Scott (President/CEO TN Minority Pages), Yolanda Mason Henderson, Marcus Henderson (Henderson Financial Group, INC.) (Photo by Marcus Jones)

The recent launch of the 26th Edition Tennessee Minority Pages (TN Minority Pages) was an amazing success and supported beyond measure. Gracing the cover is Nashville’s first female mayor, Megan Barry. Publisher/CEO Tunisia Scott and her team beamed with pride at the VIP reception Tennessee Minority Pages advertisers, supporters and distinguished guests streamed in throughout the reception period.

The beauty of the Tennessee Minority Pages is that while the company is based in Tennessee, anyone, anywhere in the world can spotlight and advertise their business. This includes the tangible publication, online business oriented blog, ‘Spotlight Tennessee’ and via the myriad of social media strategizing. Support for members is readily available and Tunisia’s talented, diverse team can assist with practically any issue that is related to the process. Tennessee Minority Pages is the premier minority directory for the state of Tennessee. It was formally called the Tennessee Black Pages.

A great deal of time, work and dedication went into the 26th Edition and it wouldn’t have been possible without the drive and focus poured into it. The publication matches all measures of 21st century quality and has the sleek lines and feel of a high-end magazine. Each page is detailed in content and the photography, graphics and other special touches speak without saying a word.

(L to R)​ Tunisa Rice (Creative Director TN Minority Pages), Michelle Hernandez- Lane (Chief Diversity Officer Metro Government), Hany Badawi (Art Director TN Minority Pages), Tunisia Scott (President/CEO TN Minority Pages)

(L to R)​ Tunisa Rice (Creative Director TN Minority Pages), Michelle Hernandez- Lane (Chief Diversity Officer Metro Government), Hany Badawi (Art Director TN Minority Pages), Tunisia Scott (President/CEO TN Minority Pages) (photo by Marcus Jones)

One of the many reasons that Scott will continue to reach new and higher plateaus is a combination of her own diverse background, education and being grounded in the business and entrepreneur sectors. She supports others in a myriad of ways, including being a member of various Chambers of Commerce and professional organizations, ranging from the Nashville Chamber of Commerce, the Nashville Black Chamber of Commerce, the Nashville Area Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, the Bordeaux North Chamber of Commerce, the Latin Chamber of Commerce, and the Urban League of Middle Tennessee.

Currently the directory is printed in English, but plans are underway for any necessary re-prints in other languages and to focus on the most utilized languages as well. While the VIP reception was a blessing, Tunisia and her team are looking and trusting in God for that wave of success and support to continue.

This shouldn’t be a problem at all, because once interested parties and the curious get their hands on a copy or download it free from the TN Minority Pages site, the sky is the limit. For more information, visit tnminoritypages.com/.