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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.

Yaselyn Perez

The city life was always embedded within the hustle and my parents were always fighting for a better lifewhich always came at the hands of belief and effort. Witnessing that while growing up created a seismic shift in my head that will not allow me to give the world any less than my best. From a tender age, I remember trying to find things to stick to (drawing, writing. Read more>>

Neg Kreyol

The vision that the founder of Neg Kreyol Inc., Dieunice Deris had for his organization in making an impact in our respective communities and our beautiful country of Haiti is continuously being pushed throughout all three chapters and within our pillars of networking, community service, brotherhood, professionalism, and leadership. As the Brotherhood of Neg Kreyol. Read more>>

Ed Unger

I got my start in music as a guitar player in St. Louis. I played and sang in a few different bands, mostly rock, punk, that kind of thing. I was always interested in dance music, and eventually I shifted away from the guitar, and started producing beats and DJ’ing. I loved the freedom of being able to create such huge sounds on my own, so I decided to see where that path would take me. Read more>> 

Eric Boudreaux

I was exposed to creative (okay to use that word?) entrepreneurship “hustle” – and all you sign up for – very early in my career. I was immediately smitten and have done nothing since. I love every bit of it – all of its hard work, challenges, accomplishments, heartaches, tears, and jumps for joy! Interestingly enough, my career has always steered toward coffee. Read more>>

Aja Akimseu

I remember being obsessed with the art of tattooing at a young age. I used to doodle on my body with sharpies and pretended to run my own “tattoo booth.” I studied art all thru high school, but never made it to art school. To make a long story short, life happenned and I found myself stuck working an office job to support my family. Read more>>

Guelita Pericles

My upbringing became challenging due to the absent relationship between my father and I. I was forced to grow up fast and at an early age I knew I needed to be smart about the decisions to be able to reunite with my mother again. I started college and dropped out before returning two years later because I knew I needed to do have a good plan to accomplish the goals I needed. Read more>>

Robinson E. Joseph

I’ve been in the hospitality industry for 19-21 years both kitchen & management but I always wanted to be the chef/owner of my own business. In 2016, I approached my wife (Cynthia Eugene-Joseph) with this crazy idea of us starting our own business where she’d be the event decorator/designer & I the chef. Through our strong religious beliefs, hard work, & NEVER GIVE UP attitudes we’ve managed to keep growing. Read more>>

Freslaine Saint Louis

I never grew up with the thought that I would be a wedding planner. I always wanted to be an attorney to fight injustice in the world. Growing up, the founding lady of our church, Mrs. Elna Francois, was a wedding planner in the Haitian community. I admired everything about her. Her resilience and determination in all that she did. Read more>>

Sylvia Bolivar

In college, I interned for the Hispanic Business Initiative Fund (HBIF) and helped Hispanic entrepreneurs prepare business plans and marketing materials. It is always gratifying to give back to the community you appreciate. I continued to work with small business owners to promote their services through social media and digital marketing initiatives. Read more>>

2 Comments

  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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