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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.

Shaniqua Richards

I always wanted to be my own boss and work for myself. I didn’t exactly know how, but I knew it was going to happen. So about two years ago I remember being on social media and came across a picture of a girl in lash extensions. Read more>>

Lashelle Farrington

I started J.Antoinette1927 in 2014 after the matriarch of my family, my grandmother, had passed away. I had a burning desire to preserve and carry on my grand mother’s legacy in the earth. From the times that I could remember. Read more>>

Papii Steez

My aunt discovered I could sing around the age of five or six I believe. I used to sing in church a little bit growing up and pretty much just did it for fun. Fast forward years later around the age of 18. Read more>>

David Butler

I felt that neither Florida nor beer get a particularly fair shake when it comes to social opinions, so I wanted to write something that would celebrate both. In the beginning. Read more>>

Josh Morgan

After graduating from Cooper City High School in 2006 I started attending Broward College. While pursuing a degree in Psychology, I started working at Billy’s Tavern (the predecessor of Legends) in Plantation. Read more>>

Ty’Yesha Hill

I started cooking professionally four years ago. I have always loved cooking since I was a child. I graduated from FAMU and from there I went on to culinary school in Atlanta. While there I laid the foundation for my business, My first catering brunch was for the BMI team. Read more>>

Jazzy Jeff

All I had was a house speaker, my laptop, and YouTube & iTunes. A couple of days later, my Brother Kerry Joe & I, decided that we wanted to become DJs and take over the Florida State Market. Along with Nick Gary, we quickly became the goto DJs when it came to all the biggest FSU parties. Read more>>

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