President & Publisher
President & Publisher
Brian is President of Tribune Media Group, LLC and Publisher of The Loudoun Tribune, managing operations of both. He has been a business and sales professional for more than 31 years, most recently as president of DesignB Studios, Inc., an online marketing, consulting and web design company, and previously as Vice President of Sales for Building Engineers Supply Company. Brian also worked as general manager, general sales manager, finance manager and salesperson for DC metropolitan area automobile dealers. Brian lives in Leesburg with his wife, daughter in high school, two beagles and three cats. He has a son in the USAF and another in the USMC. https://briantreynolds.com/
Vice President of Operations & Executive Editor
Tom is Vice President of Tribune Media Group, LLC and Executive Editor of The Loudoun Tribune, managing the opinion pages, news stories and overall editorial operations. He is known in Loudoun government and business circles, having chaired the County’s Government Reform Commission, chaired the County’s Chamber of Commerce, and worked as a public affairs and political consultant since 1990. Tom also worked for 20 years at the Composite Panel Association, a North American trade group, where he started as director of communications and spent 13 years as president. He earned a B.A. in Political Science from the Johns Hopkins University and a J.D. from the George Washington University Law School. Tom lives in Ashburn.
Vice President of Business Development
Nate is Vice President of Tribune Media Group, LLC, managing business development and marketing for The Loudoun Tribune. He owns GAM Printing in Sterling, which has been in business for over 40 years. Nate has a long record of successful experience in print and advertising sales as well as business development. He also owns Dynamic Plumping, Heating and AC, and National Tool Leasing, Inc. Nate lives in Ashburn.
Ryan grew up in Loudoun County and has experience in both journalism and business. Before joining the Tribune, he worked as a news and sports writer for Heavy.com, and a contributing writer for the Tampa Bay Times and Yellow Scene Magazine. Ryan has also written for the Chiefland Citizen, INsite Magazine, Levy County Journal and Focus Magazine, and was director of content for Gamedayr Media Network. He also has marketing experience working for JWO Enterprises and Clever Athletics.
Ryan earned a B.S. in Journalism from the University of Florida’s School of Journalism and Communications, where he minored in Sports Management. Ryan lives in Tyson’s Corner and covers government, education, community, sports and breaking news for The Tribune.
Veronike has started her career in journalism with strong credentials. After graduating from Loudoun’s Heritage High School with honors, she earned a B.J. degree in Journalism from the University of Missouri, along with a B.A. in Political Science and certificate in multicultural studies.
While at Mizzou, Veronike was a contributing writer for Fangirl the Magazine, as well as a copy editor and public life reporter for The Columbia Missourian. She also interned for the Global Peace Foundation and spent a summer reporting for El Sol de San Telmo, in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Veronike (pronounced veh-ruh-neek) lives in Leesburg and covers public safety, education, business, diversity and breaking news for The Tribune.
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Cameron is a general assignment reporter for The Loudoun Tribune. He is studying philosophy and english at The Catholic University of America, and lives in Round Hill.
Mike is founder and director of Ashburn Psychological and Psychiatric Services, a mental health practice serving Loudoun County and surrounding areas. He is the author of Ollie Outside: Screen-Free Fun, a new book for parents and children, and a regular contributor to The Tribune (“Ask Dr. Mike”).
A native northern Virginian, John is a veteran top-producing sales industry leader, with expertise in insurance, real estate and financial services. The recipient of numerous achievement awards, he has experience with and knowledge of many of the region’s most significant industries.
John is a member of the Loudoun County Board of Equalization and has volunteered for a host of community service and civic organizations. He received his higher education from George Mason University and Wesley Theological Seminary, and is a regular contributor to the business section of The Tribune.
Paul is an award-winning illustrator, designer and instructor, and a contributor to the opinion pages of The Tribune.