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Boca Raton’s Rising Stars

The heart of our mission at VoyageMIA is to find the amazing souls that breathe life into our city. In the recent weeks, we’ve had the privilege to connect with some of the Miami’s finest artists, creatives, entrepreneurs and rabble rousers and we can’t begin to express how impressed we are with our city’s incredibly deep talent pool.  Check out Boca Raton rising stars below.

Taja-Symone Evans

I decided to take a chance on myself and attend Full Sail University and it was one of the best decisions I have ever made for myself thus far. Being there really pushed me to find myself and my voice as a creative, I was able to find my workflow and establish myself as a designer and make income just from selling my art and I couldn’t be happier. Read more>>

Jonathan Beskin

My background before I started SingesSwag was in finance. I attended business school while working full-time, and immediately became intrigued by the reoccurring business revenue model in the curriculum. This business model was at the forefront of my mind when I concluded one night that it would be nice for single people like myself to receive a self-rewarding gift. Read more>>

Nancy Galati

After spending years being the right hand to successful entrepreneurs, I had a burning desire to strike out on my own. My career in real estate was and is good and stable but something was missing. I didn’t feel like I was setting the world on fire and I did not feel professionally fulfilled- I just knew there was so much more I could give and share with people. Read more>>

Judith St Louis

I decided to become a Realtor when I was a senior in college. I was in a weird mental place of not knowing if I was going to find a job in the field of what I majored in, and wondering if that money would even bring me the life I desired. But one thing I knew for sure was that I was tired of trading time for money. Read more>>

Gregory Dirr

Gregory Dirr is a force to be reckoned with in the art world. His art is mainly a reflection on the world around him while adhering to a narrative of his called The Big Book. Utilizing a plethora of materials – from the repurposed wood of trees in his backyard, to ground up gemstones – his focus on ecologically sourcing materials is what makes his art stand out. Read more>>

John King

I started Spicy Wear in the fall of 2017 after I decided to take the look I created, ‘Spicy’, and make it into a brand. Growing up, I always said the word Spicy as a look, instead of a taste, and the more I said it, the more I heard the people around me say it as well. Based on the context, one could probably understand what it meant but there was no clear definition. Read more>>

Vassoula Vasiliou

I would consider myself a creative branding powerhouse, with proven success around the globe. Following extensive experience managing branding projects for international design firms including Fitch, Landor, and XMPR, I was tapped to be the in-house Creative Director for the global headquarters of Office Depot, (hence my arrival to Florida) where I directed numerous strategic business. Read more>>

Corin, Leah, Becca, and Hannah Wiser

Womaze helps to counteract the often negative effects of social media: it’s here to provide practical tools to help people navigate life. We’re so unshakably committed that Leah and Becca left college to pursue Womaze full-time, our mom invested our family’s life savings into this app, and Hannah is a senior in high school juggling school and a full-time role. There’s no stopping us! Read more>>

Andi Kodsi

I do all of my own sales, marketing, and used to do all of the assemblies until my other two children came along and time was no longer abundant! I sell The Mobile Grape, hands-free wine glass holder, all over the country for festivals, wine tastings, charity events, parties. I am still passionate about my product and love what I do! Read more>>

Iyana Tennon

My goal for 2019 is to establish multiple streams of income in areas that utilize all the skills I have learned as an entrepreneur, artist, and educator. I spent the first half of my life being a role model to my students and community. The rest of my life will be bold, challenging, risky, sassy and classy. Make room Florida, YANA’S EYES is here to stay! Read more>>

Sandra Axelband

These dogs and cats need our care and love. They have no one else in their life, and if we don’t step up to take care of them and find them forever homes, they will be lost forever. We are a no-kill rescue, and our dogs and cats will never be abandoned. This is my life now, certainly not the glamorous life and career I had, but this is the life I was meant to have. Read more>>

Riivo Kruuk

I’ve been creating always, even from when I was young. I did art camp in the summers, took art class in middle school and high school. Basically, I have just always been drawing things that I liked or would just catch my attention. I really did not take art or my abilities seriously until my freshman year in college when I was asked to do a painting of Lil Uzi Vert. Read more>>


  1. Davine

    December 20, 2017 at 12:31 am

    Am interested have beautiful line of jewelry

  2. Maria Juliana

    January 17, 2018 at 2:50 am

    Great Stories, Love it!!

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