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Inspiring Stories from Palm Beach

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 inspiring stories from Palm Beach below.

Kaela Marie Genovese

Born and raised in New Jersey, Kaela Marie Genovese has always loved creating and designing jewelry. Starting from when Kaela was just a little girl, her parents instilled in her a strong sense of self-confidence, passion, and drive. Read more>>

Flora Gonzalez

I pursued a career in party and event planning after leaving a customer relations position in 2016. I was part of the planning for local and on-site events and I loved it. I began adding extra flare to family events and planning my grandson’s birthday celebrations and I was hooked. Read more>>

Sarah Frick

I have been in the yoga and fitness industry for 16 years. I owned two successful power yoga studios for 10 years in Charleston, South Carolina and I sold both at the peak of their success to rebrand, not only my fitness concept but myself. Read more>>

Frannie Sheridan and Dani Michaeli

Our wedding cake needed to be gourmet chocolate. We achieved both with panache – were married on the sand on Highland Beach and our yummy cake ended up being CHOCOLATE GANACHE:). Our union continued to sweeten on many levels. Read more>>

Michael McCleary

My grandfather always had an organ all the kids would fight over to play. We also had aunts and uncles who were both music teachers in Miami at the time. They taught my sister and I how to read and play wind instruments at the age of 10. Read more>>

Lisa Lee

I started teaching classes in my neighborhood clubhouse after a friend of mine asked me to be a substitute teacher for her dance company 20 minutes away. I enjoyed it so much that I started my classes locally. Read more>>

Kate Teves

I grew up on a farm in Central New York where I spent most of my childhood playing by myself in the woods and creating imaginary worlds. It is no surprise that as I grew older I was drawn to anything involving storytelling. I was also insatiably curious about the world. Read more>>

Diana Stanley

When I was a child, I received the gift of a doll named Little Miss No Name. It was given to me by my grandparents. They told me they knew that I would love her and take care of her – that I would love her despite the fact that she was not a pretty baby doll. Read more>>

Thurman Mason

I marveled at the form of different species of trees, the smell of the forest, and the color of leaves in autumn. My family came from the coastal region of North Carolina where many of them continue in the tradition of woodsmen, operating sawmills and pulpwood companies of their own even to this day. Read more>>

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