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Inspiring Stories from Coral Gables

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.

Jillian Hobaica

I started singing and dancing at an early age and continued to foster those passions in musical theater. When I was 12, I found a creative outlet in songwriting. I wrote, recorded, and released my first song titled “Take It Slow” in 2013. Following the release, I began writing more often and released my first EP, “Seventeen” in 2016, as well as a music video for my song “Trouble.” Throughout high school, I participated in school talent shows, coffeehouses, a cappella groups, and songwriting camps. I had the honor of performing the National Anthem at two Celtics games, as well as numerous high school and college sports games. I studied guitar for three years and is self-taught on the piano. After exiting high school, I released my second EP, “Tongue-Tied,” in 2017 and a music video for the featured track, “Crazy.” Read more>>

Michelle Dennis

Michelle Dennis is a philanthropist who advocates for the emotional healing of youth who have experienced childhood trauma. She uses her voice and her platform to spread awareness on the need for self-love, self prioritization, self-awareness and courage to cope with emotional injury. She is the founder Enuff is Enuff Guru, an organization that inspires individuals to triumph after trauma. She is the proud mother of two young adults and a fitness enthusiast. Read more>>

Karl Hueck

I started in Real Estate about six years ago. Came from owning my own business and going bankrupt in 2009. What I learned from my last business I brought with me to Real Estate. Even before my previous business, I have always been artistic, creative, and vibrant, you could say. So I brought that with me everywhere and to everything I did. When I was 15, I did murals with some of Miami’s best artists and was featured in magazines like 12OZ Prophet and Miami Grafitti. When I started my previous business, I learned how to use photoshop to create my own ads and editing my own photos. Then the late ’90s came and YouTube was getting a lot of attention so I learned how to film and edit videos to promote my company. I was the biggest company in FL in my field and was selling my product in 18 countries. Read more>>

Naomi Sky

Since I was a little girl, singing has been my passion. I would run around my house singing ABBA and Hilary Duff songs, and my younger sister and I would put on shows in the basement for our parents. We’d choreograph full dance routines to Disney movie soundtracks and our favorite artists, like Hannah Montana and Vanessa Hudgens. The first song I remember singing in my living room was “Dancing Queen” by ABBA. I didn’t start taking voice lessons until I was about 14 years old, but my dad played the piano at home. I begged him to let me take lessons when I was five, and I started piano lessons that year. When I was about ten years old, I started writing songs. Read more>>

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