Tina Jacobson is the President and CEO of The B&B Media Group, a full-service media, publicity, and consulting firm located just outside the Dallas/ Fort Worth Metroplex. Since 1987, through TBBMG and The Barnabas Agency, the firm’s public relations and personal management arm, Tina and her staff have represented such recognized authors as: Jordan S. Rubin, Lisa Beamer, Dr. Charles Stanley, John C. Maxwell, Dr. Laura Schlessinger, Mary Lou Retton, Sandi Patty, G.P. Taylor, Stephen Arterburn, Jerry Jenkins and Tim LaHaye, Ed Gungor, Chuck Swindoll, Lorraine Pintus and Linda Dillow, Dennis Rainey, Barbara Rainey, Thelma Wells, Patsy Clairmont, Sheila Walsh and a host of others.
Her team has been successful in booking authors on shows such as Good Morning America, TODAY, CBS This Morning, Larry King Live, Focus on the Family, 700 Club, Living the Life, as well as in print publications such as Newsweek, TIME, New York Times, Christianity Today, Today’s Christian Woman, Charisma and a several others. Tina has developed strong relationships with publishers such as Thomas Nelson, Zondervan, Tyndale, WaterBrook, Multnomah, NavPress, Crossway, Kregel, Broadman & Holman, Authentic, STL, Moody, Simon & Schuster, Penguin USA, Random House, HarperSanFrancisco, HarperCollins and Basic Books. Tina earned degrees in both geology and business marketing from Centenary College. Prior to her work with TBBMG, she spent four years as a geologist drilling oil wells in Texas and Louisiana. Her quirky resume also includes a two and a half year stint as media coordinator for Probe Ministries and some political experience managing campaigns for several Texas state offices.
Tina is married to Terry, a successful attorney in Corsicana, Texas, and has three children, Abigail, who is married to David Stackhouse, Taylor, and Madeline. Tina and her family are enthusiastically involved in their church, where Terry serves as an elder and occasionally brings the sermon and Tina serves in her church with the women’s ministry. Tina has developed a passion for the lost in India, particularly the orphans. When Abbie & Taylor were in high school, she took them on a two-week mission trip to India , an unforgettable and humbling experience she organized for just the three of them to share. She also loves dachshunds and taking trips to Whole Foods with her youngest daughter, Madeline. Tina and Terry are avid scuba divers who intend to escape to Cozumel or some other tropical locale as often as possible when their nest has emptied.