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Inspiring Stories from North Broward

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 North Broward’s rising stars below.

Natasha Knutson

I started Skipjumpplay in 2013 as a kid’s event and activities website. After moving to South Florida from Seattle I felt that there was a need for online resources for parents and caregivers of children. At that time most of the events and activities information was found in print form. Read more>>

Josh Gluck

I was about six years old I started asking my mom for a guitar. However, I had to really prove that I wanted it so I waited a year until she finally got me one. From there I started teaching myself how to play from YouTube videos. I think it was really important for me to explore the instrument on my own before I went on to actually study it. Read more>>

Kimmi Stultz

I grew up with very humble beginnings; our family couldn’t really afford food, so my mom grew most of our food in the backyard. Growing up in the 80’s when packaged foods were the norm, I sort of felt like an outcast bringing produce from my backyard to lunch. Read more>>

Suzie Cornell and Wendy Zipes Hunter

We both started in the entertainment industry in Los Angeles and NYC working in different facets of the industry – Suzie started at UTA, large talent agency and Wendy started as an NBC page. From that point on, we both had a variety of jobs including both of us working at DreamWorks SKG in NYC. Read more>>

Stacey Hector

I’ll never forget when a good friend of mine told me “the opinions of others shouldn’t matter, the opinions of yourself matters the most” and those words truly stayed with me for the continuation of my writing journey. I never knew writing was something I could do or if it’s possible to even build a business. Read more>>

Prince Durocher

I’m from Broward County, Florida. I was with two siblings, one brother (Josh) and one sister (Dieula). With the help of a strong single mother (Siasie Durocher) and God as my rock, I was able to become the person I am today. My mom took us out of Pompano Beach. Read more>>

Kelley Jomant

My business all started with a cake. Growing up my mom always made my birthday cakes. They were some of the best memories. When I started my own family I wanted to create those memories for my boys. Each cake I became more creative and confident. Read more>>

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