President & Publisher
President & Publisher
Brian is President of Tribune Media Group, LLC and Publisher of The Loudoun Tribune. 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 several Washington D.C. area automobile dealers. Brian lives in Leesburg. https://briantreynolds.com/
Joseph is a reporter and editor with over 20 years in newspapers, magazines, marketing coordination and special projects management.
Joseph is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater — B.A. in journalism, 1987. Minor in psychology. Other relevant courses included
marketing, statistics, economics, political science and political theory and several American history sections.
Journalist and writer since 1978. Kevin has written or worked for more than 44 different print newspapers and magazines, not including syndicated stories and online ezines and blogs. Those include The Washington Post, [Maryland] Business Gazette, The Dallas Morning News, and Texas Catholic.
Kevin is also an accomplished author. His books include Death of the Rising Sun: A Search for Truth in the JFK Assassination ; It’s a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad Trip: On the Road of the Longest Family Road Trip in History ; Walking through the Wall ; A Parent’s Guide to Dallas/Fort Worth ; and And Justice For All: The Untold History of Dallas .
Awards include from Unity Awards in Media of Lincoln University, Maryland-Delaware-D.C. Press Association, Bethesda Literary Festival, Local Media Association [formerly Suburban Newspapers of America], American Cancer Society, Texas Press Association, and Dallas Press Club.
Jim Arvantes is a freelance writer, editor and photographer who lives and works in the Washington, D.C. area. Jim primarily writes about health care issues, often focusing on the role alternative therapies play in facilitating the healing process. Jim is a graduate of Boston University’s College of Communication, having earned a degree in journalism with a concentration in political science.
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 received his higher education from George Mason University and Wesley Theological Seminary, and is a regular contributor to The Tribune.
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 available on Amazon, and a regular contributor to The Tribune (“Ask Dr. Mike”).
Director, Business Development
Wayne is a results-oriented strategic partner to his clients with a successful record of identifying a consultative approach to advertising. Wayne has a passion for his clients enforced with strong relationship-building skills, high resolve for character, moral values, and ethics. He becomes a trusted advisor who understands their business objectives and communicates the value of solutions that will enable them to achieve their short-term, mid-term, and long-term objectives.
Cynthia Chauvin Miles is a Certified Hypnotherapist (CHT) in Northern Virginia. Author of six books she works with women and men on creating positive life changes quickly and easily using hypnosis, life coaching, intuition and business strategy.
Cynthia is a regular contributor to The Loudoun Tribune and has been featured in Redbook Magazine.
Paul is an award-winning illustrator, designer and instructor, and a contributor to The Tribune.