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Comptroller Names Rebecca Mink as Tennessee’s Small Business Advocate

Monday, June 03, 2024 | 09:00am
Rebecca Mink

Tennessee Comptroller Jason Mumpower is pleased to announce that Rebecca Mink has been named as the Small Business Advocate within the Tennessee Comptroller’s Office.

Mink has been with the Comptroller’s Office since 2022, serving in both the divisions of State Audit and Administration. She previously worked as a legislative assistant at the Tennessee General Assembly and in the private sector as a communications specialist.

As the Small Business Advocate (SBA), Mink will assist owners of   businesses with 50 or fewer employees who interact with state government. The SBA provides information and answers questions for Tennesseans who are starting a small business or who already own one. The SBA also assists in resolving issues between small business owners and state departments and agencies.

“Tennessee small businesses are the backbone of our state’s economy,” said Comptroller Jason Mumpower. “I am confident Rebecca will help small business owners cut through government red tape so they can focus on serving their customers, taking care of their employees, and building their businesses.”

“I am excited about the opportunity to serve Tennessee small business owners,” said Rebecca Mink. “Tennessee is a great place to start and operate a business, and I am pleased to assist small business owners in their interactions with state government.”

The General Assembly established the Office of Small Business Advocate in 2010 as an effort to make government work better for Tennessee’s small business owners.

For more information, and to contact the Small Business Advocate, go to:

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