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Hialeah’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 Hialeah’s rising stars below.

Andrea Eder

I was born and raised here in Miami and I am half Cuban and half Norwegian. I believe that I’ve ended up where I currently am through my life experiences. Growing up I was raised by a very hard-working mother and a father who was an entrepreneur and I really picked up most of my habits through them. Read more>>

Kylan Chetty

When I was very young I saw my Dad playing his guitar and I was just in awe of its beauty; I also really loved my Dad so much and always wanted to do what he did. So, I asked him to teach me and he saw that I really enjoyed it and that I was a natural too so he decided to buy me a guitar for my 11th birthday. Read more>>

Steven Sarria

It was easy for me to get sucked into gripping stories, so I always thought it would be cool to create my own. I started creating comic books and novels as early as the third grade, and the passion stayed with me for years as I moved on to screenplays and reviews. Read more>>

Nicole Piedra

I have always had a love for creating and DIY. When I got married in 2016, I hand made all of my bridesmaids proposal boxes and fell in love with the process and when our wedding planning was over, I just knew I had to keep it going! So I decided to take a leap of faith and start selling on Etsy. Read more>>

Arianna and Liliana Garcia

This all started as a big career jump from being a teacher for Miami Dade county public schools for ten plus years. I threw myself at the idea of continuing to do what I love but at a more personal level, so I started to help students and parents by supporting and reinforcing. Read more>>

Shontell Davis

I always looked forward to family get togethers. It was a time to reflect on good times while making new memories but to also live in the moment with those that you loved. Being in such a large family (my grandmother on my mom’s side had 15 kids). Read more>>

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