• 038: Tina Cross of McCabe's Printing

    Welcome to The Social Collectives Podcast, where we explore the power of community and entrepreneurship. In today's episode, we have a special treat for you! Our featured guest is none other than Tina Cross, the passionate owner of McCabes Printing and the dedicated admin of The Tyson's, Vienna, Falls Church Social Collectives.

    Join us as we delve into Tina's remarkable journey as an entrepreneur and her commitment to building thriving communities. As the owner of McCabes Printing, Tina has built a reputation for delivering exceptional quality and personalized service. Her expertise in the printing industry has made her a go-to resource for businesses and individuals alike. But Tina's impact extends beyond the business realm.

    As the admin of The Tyson's, Vienna, Falls Church Social Collectives, Tina has created a vibrant online community that fosters connections and collaborations among its members. Through this platform, Tina has brought together people from diverse backgrounds, facilitating meaningful interactions and inspiring collaboration within the local area.

    In this episode, Tina shares her insights on entrepreneurship, community-building, and the importance of digital platforms in fostering connections. We'll explore the unique features that make McCabes Printing stand out and dive into the exciting initiatives Tina has spearheaded within The Tyson's, Vienna, Falls Church Social Collectives.

    Don't miss out on this engaging conversation with Tina Cross, where we'll uncover valuable insights and discover the true power of community. Be sure to use the hashtags #TheSocialCollectivesPodcast, #McCabesPrinting, and #TysonsViennaFallsChurchCollectives to join the conversation and connect with like-minded individuals.

    Tune in now and be inspired by Tina's entrepreneurial journey, her dedication to community engagement, and the transformative impact of The Tyson's, Vienna, Falls Church Social Collectives. Get ready for an enriching episode that will leave you motivated to make a difference in your own community. 





    33m | May 30, 2023
  • 037: Brian Tinsman of Pounce

    Welcome to The Social Collectives Podcast! In this episode, we are thrilled to have Brian Tinsman, Co-Founder of Pounce, a groundbreaking marketing and business consulting anti-agency, as our special guest. Pounce is revolutionizing the industry by delivering tangible results without the unnecessary jargon, costly overhead, and conventional tactics that drain your budget.

    With an impressive portfolio of storytelling for renowned brands like the NFL, Washington Commanders, and CBS Radio, Brian brings a wealth of experience to the table. He played a pivotal role in the successful Northern Virginia proposal for Amazon's HQ2 project and spearheaded the marketing and communications efforts for the International Economic Development Council's top-ranked EDO in 2021.

    Join us as we delve into captivating discussions on harnessing the power of storytelling in your brand, leveraging AI tools effectively, the advantages of polarizing your audience, and the critical importance of being present where your ideal audience resides. This episode promises to be a treasure trove of insights, as we challenge assumptions, ask thought-provoking questions, and explore what your customers truly crave.

    Tune in to The Social Collectives Podcast for a dynamic conversation that explores cutting-edge strategies, dispels industry myths, and uncovers the core needs of your target audience. Prepare to be inspired, informed, and empowered to make your mark in the digital landscape.

    1h 2m | May 23, 2023
  • 036: Tucker Findley of Tuckers Treasures

    Welcome to our podcast featuring Tucker Findley, the young entrepreneur behind Tuckers Treasures! We are thrilled to have Tucker and his dad, Ryan, join us today to discuss Tucker's journey into sales and how his company has grown tremendously in just a few short years.

    At a young age, Tucker discovered his passion for sales and started selling various items on eBay. Today, he is the proud owner of Tuckers Treasures, a successful online business that sells a variety of products. What's more impressive is that Tucker currently employs his father and is making a six-figure salary, proving that age is just a number when it comes to entrepreneurship.

    Join us as we dive into Tucker's story and discuss the challenges he faced while building his business from the ground up. We'll also explore the strategies he used to overcome these obstacles and how he continues to grow and scale his business.

    Don't miss this exciting conversation with Tucker Findley, and tune in to our podcast to learn more about his inspiring journey. #youngentrepreneur #TuckersTreasures #sixfiguresalary #entrepreneurship #growthmindset #onlinesales #fatherandson #inspiration


    50m | May 16, 2023
  • 035: Isabel Mayer of Good Shephard of Northern Virginia

    Welcome to this exciting episode of our podcast, where we're joined by Isabel Mayer, of The Shepherd House in Loudoun County, VA. We're thrilled to have her here today to share with us more about this incredible organization and the meaningful work they do in the community.

    The Shepherd House is a unique nonprofit that provides shelter and support to homeless women and their children, helping them rebuild their lives and regain their independence. With a focus on education, job training, and financial management, The Shepherd House offers a holistic approach to addressing the root causes of homelessness.

    During our conversation, Isabel will share with us her personal journey and what inspires her to work with The Shepherd House. We'll also learn more about the challenges faced by homeless women and their families, and how The Shepherd House is making a difference in their lives.

    We can't wait to hear more from Isabel and gain a deeper understanding of the impact that The Shepherd House is having in Loudoun County and beyond. So join us as we sit down with Isabel Mayer for an insightful and inspiring conversation.



    42m | May 9, 2023
  • 034: Pat Cassidy, founder of The Change Loudoun Project

    Welcome to The Social Collective podcast! In this episode, we are joined by Pat Cassidy, founder of The Change Loudoun Project, to discuss his work as a crusader for solar energy and environmental change in Loudoun County and beyond.

    Pat is a passionate advocate for clean energy and sustainable living practices. Through The Change Loudoun Project, he has been working to raise awareness about the benefits of solar energy and to promote the use of renewable energy sources in his community. Pat shares his insights on how we can all make the switch to clean energy, and how we can work together to create a more sustainable future.

    In this episode, we dive deep into the benefits of solar energy, including its positive impact on the environment, the economy, and our health. Pat shares his experiences in advocating for solar energy and the challenges he has faced along the way. He also offers practical advice on how we can all get involved in promoting clean energy in our own communities.

    Join us as we explore the power of solar energy and the importance of environmental activism. Whether you're an advocate for clean energy or just getting started on your sustainability journey, this episode is sure to inspire you to take action and make a difference in your own community.



    41m | May 2, 2023
  • 033: Kari Murphy from the Loudoun Education Foundation

    Welcome to The Social Collectives Podcast, where we highlight the incredible work being done by organizations and individuals in our communities. In this episode, we will be speaking with Kari Murphy, a representative from the Loudoun Education Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting the students and schools in Loudoun County, Virginia.

    We will be discussing the important work the Loudoun Education Foundation does in the community, including providing funding for classroom technology, supporting teacher development and recognition, and providing resources for student scholarships and educational programs.

    You'll learn how our community members can get involved and support the mission of the organization. From donating funds to volunteering time, there are countless ways to make a positive impact in the education community of Loudoun County.

    Join us as we learn more about the Loudoun Education Foundation and the crucial role they play in shaping the future of education in our community. Don't miss this engaging conversation on the power of education and the importance of community support.

    43m | Apr 25, 2023
  • 032: Pam Rochon and Nan Musick of Northern Virginia Electric Cooperative

    Welcome to The Social Collectives podcast, where in this episode, we explore the many ways that Northern Virginia Electric Cooperative is making a difference in the community. We are joined by two amazing guests who are dedicated to giving back to their community: Pam Rochon and Nan Musick.

    Pam and Nan are both members of the NOVEC HELPS team, which is focused on supporting local charities and organizations that make a positive impact on Northern Virginia. They are passionate about the work that they do and are here to share their insights and experiences with us today.

    In this episode, Pam and Nan will be discussing how NOVEC HELPS charities in the community, highlighting some of the incredible organizations that they have supported over the years. NOVEC HELPS is committed to making a difference in the lives of Northern Virginia residents.

    So, if you're interested in learning more about how NOVEC HELPS is making a difference in the community, and how you can get involved, then sit back and enjoy this episode of The Social Collectives podcast with Pam Rochon and Nan Musick.



    36m | Apr 18, 2023
  • 031: Scott Brinser of Brinser Consulting

    Welcome to the Social Collectives podcast, where today we will be exploring the world of business and finance with industry expert, Scott Brinser. In this episode, we have Scott Brinser, the founder of Brinser Consulting, a financial consulting firm that specializes in working with small to mid-sized businesses.

    Scott will be sharing his expertise on the role of a Chief Financial Officer (CFO), who needs a CFO, and why. As a seasoned financial executive with over 20 years of experience, Scott has worked with a variety of companies in different industries, helping them streamline their financial processes, manage their cash flows, and grow their businesses.

    During this episode, Scott will define the role of a CFO and discuss the various responsibilities that come with the job. He will also explain why having a CFO can be crucial for the success of a business, especially for those that are looking to grow and expand.

    If you're a business owner, an entrepreneur, or just interested in learning more about the world of finance, this episode is for you. Tune in to hear from one of the leading experts in the field and gain valuable insights on how you can take your business to the next level.


    43m | Apr 11, 2023
  • 030: Gabe Muller of Smokehouse Pilots

    Welcome to this exciting episode of our podcast! Today, we are thrilled to have the one and only Gabe Muller with us. Gabe is an expert in air traffic control, and he has some fascinating insights to share with us about the possibility of the air traffic tower at Leesburg Executive Airport being shut down. 

    Not only that, Gabe is also well-versed in the EOS system, is the visionary behind Smokehouse Pilots Club, and has plenty of stories to share about his experiences with it. We can't wait to dive into these topics with him and learn more about the world of EOS, Smokehouse Pilots Club, and Gabe’s background in wealth management. 

    So, whether you're a fan of aviation, technology, or just want to hear some entertaining stories, be sure to listen in as we chat with Gabe Muller. This is an episode you won't want to miss!

    44m | Apr 4, 2023
  • 029: Nicole Acosta of the Community Foundation

    Nicole Acosta of the Community Foundation for Loudoun and Northern Fauquier Counties.

    34m | Mar 28, 2023
  • 028: Chuck Meyer of ResQ BBQ

    Chuck Meyer

    40m | Mar 21, 2023
  • 027: Finding the Fantastic!

    Colleen Dee Tiberius Shumaker

    55m | Mar 14, 2023
  • 026: Networking

    Joe Malazo

    51m | Mar 7, 2023
  • 025: Project Management

    Alysen Hanrahan discusses the importance of project management in business and much more!

    51m | Feb 28, 2023
  • 024: Skool-Ed!

    Kelly Rogan with Skool-Ed discusses her journey to opening her own business after being a teacher for 20 plus years.

    47m | Feb 21, 2023
  • 023: Tantalizing Timber!

    Sandy & Rex from Tantalizind Timber share how covid led them to making their hobby a career!

    46m | Feb 14, 2023
  • 022: Circle back!

    The Social Collective team chats with Mercedes Taylor about commercial real estate and all things business!

    1h 5m | Feb 7, 2023
  • 021: The power of SEO

    We sat down with Chris Lovos to discuss all things seo!

    52m | Jan 31, 2023
  • 020: Beignets!

    Join us as we talk to Jenny Bilstad and discuss her Cinderella story on how covid helped their family start and expand Bilstad Beignets!

    57m | Jan 24, 2023
  • 019: The power of podcasting!

    Aaron Sefchick discusses what role podcasting can play in your marketing strategies!

    50m | Jan 17, 2023
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