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.
Episode 28: Part Owner & Vice President of TruChampions, Jimmy King
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.
Ep. 27: Best-selling author Kim Gatlin
On this episode of North Texas Networkers, Caralee Gurney and Stacy Revely sit down with Best-selling author Kim Gatlin to discuss Kim's journey, Dallas' social circles...and of course, all about 'Good Christian Bitches'. Join us!
Episode 26: #1 Best-Selling Author Jeannie Fulbright, MFA
Jeannie Fulbright, MFA, is the author of the #1 best-selling, multi-award-
winning homeschool science series, covering topics such as Astronomy, Chemistry and Physics, Botany, Zoology, and Anatomy. She also authored a college preparation manual/workbook for high school students. Currently, she is creating a preschool science series as well as a historical fiction time-travel series for children. Jeannie has been speaking at conferences for more than 20 years, teaching parents how to best educate their children.
A 25-year veteran homeschooler, Jeannie’s four children all went to the
The University of Georgia on scholarship and her oldest graduated Magna Cum Laude in photojournalism and is an editor at CNN. Jeannie grew up in Austin and received her Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Texas at Austin. She also received her Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing Degree from Fairfield University.
Episode 25: Owner of Vigor Active Dr. Stephen Newhart
Stephen Newhart has 15 years of fitness experience with a Doctorate in Kinesiology with a focus in movement and rehabilitation sciences. Stephen's research focus is exploring the effects of whole-body vibration on general population body function, bone density, neural activity, and strength.
Episode 24: Mayor of Plano, Harry LaRosiliere
Over the past 7 plus years since taking office, the launch and success of three community initiatives are at the top of Mayor Harry LaRosiliere list: Nourishing Hope (formerly Food 4 Kids Plano with the North Texas Food Bank), Plano Mayor’s Summer Internship Program, and Plano Families First. Mayor LaRosiliere’s primary focus has been to create a robust economic development environment that will generate an upward cycle of prosperity for all.
Episode 23: Co-Founder, President & Chief Marketing Officer of eWomen Network Kym Yancey
On this episode of North Texas Networkers, Caralee Gurney and Stacy Revely interview Co-Founder, President & Chief Marketing Officer of eWomen Network Kym Yancey.
From an interviewer’s perspective...
Ron is so much fun! What a great interview. I didn’t want to stop asking questions. Ron - We hope you’ll come back on the show again!