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  • Episode 40: Trelvis Giles, producer and on-air talent

    21 DEC 2022 · It's our final podcast show! On our last episode, we sit down with our podcast producer, Trelvis Giles. His talents and skills have helped us look good! Join us as we learn a little more about him and his future plans. Thank you to everyone who has been part of our journey. We couldn't have done it without you!
    30m 24s
  • Episode 39: Emily Iva Floyd-Lynch Owner, McKinney Movement Center

    18 OCT 2022 · Emily Iva Floyd-Lynch Owner, McKinney Movement Center | North Texas Networkers On This Episode of North Texas Networkers, Hosts Caralee Gurney & Stacy Revely Sit down with Emily Iva Floyd-Lynch Owner, McKinney Movement Center.
    39m 47s
  • Episode 38: John Koeshall, Thru The Fire Training Organization EmpowerU360

    16 AUG 2022 · On This Episode of Noth Texas Networkers, Hosts Caralee Gurney & Stacy Revely Sit down with John Koeshall, Thru The Fire Training Organization EmpowerU360. To learn more about Caralee, visit her page: https://www.mariposagroupdfw.com/agent/caralee-gurney/ To learn more about Stacy, visit her page: https://www.mariposagroupdfw.com/agent/stacy-cooper-revely/ Stay in touch on social media: https://www.facebook.com/TheMariposaGroup https://twitter.com/mariposagroup https://www.instagram.com/themariposagroup/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/stacyrevelyrealtor/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/CaraleeGurney/
    39m 47s
  • Episode 37: Courtney Echols Vice President of Development, Children's Advocacy Center of Collin County

    19 JUL 2022 · On This Episode of Noth Texas Networkers, Hosts Caralee Gurney & Stacy Revely Sit down with Courtney Echols Vice President of Development, Children's Advocacy Center of Collin County.
    27m 6s
  • Episode 36: CEO of BOSS Media Publishing, Michelle Robinson

    21 JUN 2022 · On This Episode of Noth Texas Networkers, Hosts Caralee Gurney & Stacy Revely Sit down with Michelle Robinson Michelle is CEO of BOSS Media Publishing and is a partner in Holland-Robinson Marketing Agency.
    37m 25s
  • Re-run: Part Owner & Vice President of TruChampions, Jimmy King

    24 MAY 2022 · After 12 years of professional basketball, Jimmy went to work as a financial adviser for Merrill Lynch. It was there that he gained the skills needed to organize, design, and execute strategic financial plans. Over the last 20 years, he has spent much of his time working with non-profit organizations that mentor youths in the Detroit area. Jimmy is part owner and Vice President of TruChampions, a national education and sports recruiting service, providing comprehensive consultation for college admissions and applications, tutoring, coaching, and ACT/SAT preparation. Jimmy is an alum of the University of Michigan, majored in Communications, and lettered in men's basketball, where he appeared in the NCAA Championship in 1992 and 1993. He remains active in the community by serving on the Board of the Letter Winners M-Club and on the Finance and Facilities Committee. He also supports the Abayomi Community Development Corporation as a coach and serves as a board member of the National Basketball Retired Players Association, Detroit Chapter. Jimmy resides in Birmingham, Michigan with his three children Jalen, Madison, and Malcolm. He enjoys spending time with his family, exercising, and moonlighting as an analyst for collegiate and professional basketball. To learn more about Caralee, visit her page: https://www.mariposagroupdfw.com/agent/caralee-gurney/ To learn more about Stacy, visit her page: https://www.mariposagroupdfw.com/agent/stacy-cooper-revely/ Stay in touch on social media: https://www.facebook.com/TheMariposaGroup https://twitter.com/mariposagroup https://www.instagram.com/themariposagroup/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/stacyrevelyrealtor/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/CaraleeGurney/
    41m 52s
  • Episode 35: Executive Vice President at Willow Bend Mortgage, Craig Schrank

    19 APR 2022 · On This Episode of North Texas Networkers, Hosts Caralee Gurney & Stacy Revely Sit down with Executive Vice President at Willow Bend Mortgage, Craig Schrank.
    33m 50s
  • Episode 34: Mike "Big Mike" Johnson

    29 MAR 2022 · On This Episode of North Texas Networkers, Hosts Caralee Gurney & Stacy Revely Sit down with State Farm® Insurance Agent Mike "Big Mike" Johnson.
    35m 47s
  • Episode 33: Jordan Espeseth & Rachelle Marie With Real Producers

    15 FEB 2022 · On This Episode of North Texas Networkers, Hosts Caralee Gurney & Stacy Revely Sit down with Jordan Espeseth Real Producers Owner/Publisher, Launch Coach, Entrepreneur & Rachelle Marie Assistant Publisher.
    43m 10s
  • Episode 31: The Fort Worth Stock Show Syndicate

    16 NOV 2021 · The Fort Worth Stock Show Syndicate is made up of over 100 businessmen in the Fort Worth area. Their mission is to make the dreams of young livestock exhibitors come true through educational scholarships. These scholarships equip and encourage individual students in the pursuit of higher education and careers in the agricultural industry. The Fort Worth Stock Show Syndicate was founded in 1980 by a small group of Fort Worth businessmen led by Don Weeks. The group had attended the prior year’s livestock sale at the Fort Worth Stock Show and recognized that the prices being paid for the animals owned and exhibited by 4-H and FFA youth were below market price. They agreed that these prices were not fairly compensating these young exhibitors for their hard work and dedication over the previous year, and that they deserved better results at the greatest livestock show in the world. The original Syndicate members went to the sale planning to spend $13,000 on livestock. However, the allure of the kids got the best of them and the group spent $20,000. The next year they established a 501(c)(3) charitable organization, began soliciting friends and business partners for contributions, and in 1981, they bought 59 steers and paid $130,000. The game was on. The contributions grew at an astounding rate each year. In 1983, James M. “Jim Bob” Norman took on leadership of the Syndicate and preached the mission of providing these young agricultural leaders funding for secondary education. Jim Bob’s term was cut short when he died from Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever. However, his vision lived on when Frank Neve assumed the Chairmanship and held the first fundraiser to establish the James M. Norman Scholarship Fund. On that night in 1985, the Syndicate raised $76,000 and a fund was established to provide scholarships to FFA and 4-H participants who were pursuing an agricultural or life sciences degree at a Texas college. Today, the Stock Show Syndicate boasts a membership of more than 100 businessmen who volunteer their time and energy to realize the vision established nearly 40 years ago. The 2020 sale raised a record $4.749 million for youth exhibitors and the Grand Champion Steer of the Show sold for an all-time high of $300,000.
    28m 29s

Welcome to North Texas Networks, a show about connecting people across the DFW Metroplex. As Realtors®, Caralee Gurney and Stacy Revely talk to community influencers, share their inspiring stories and...

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Welcome to North Texas Networks, a show about connecting people across the DFW Metroplex.
As Realtors®, Caralee Gurney and Stacy Revely talk to community influencers, share their inspiring stories and reveal how and why, they shape their local communities.
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