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South Broward’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 South Florida’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 South Broward below.

Licelot and Ana Rosario

Violet + Sophia was created several years ago when we began fashion blogging as a creative outlet. At this stage, it was just a hobby where we created looks that echoed our personalities. We loved partnering with brands, planning photo-shoots, and the excitement of getting to know Miami’s flourishing. Read more>>

Gary McDonald

I grew up in Hallandale Florida, a small town where everyone knows everyone. My father Rodney Miller and my mother Debbie Mcdonald Inman had several kids from different relationships, and growing up we moved around a lot, staying from motel to motel. Read more>>

Ruth Dorce

I started my journey while at my most favorite cooperate day job, American Express. Like anyone else that worked there, I felt like my life was set with the amazing benefits and retirement plans, etc. However, deep down I was never fully satisfied and I felt like a slave to my job and the company phone quite honestly. Read more>>

Jason Dunn

I started my beard oil company by accident. Steam scorched my facial hair and I experimented with all-natural products and oils until I came up with my formula. I relocated from New Jersey to Florida and that’s when I started my company. Read more>>

Tonya Dee and Marla

Urban Suite Talk began in 2013 as an online radio show for 247Miami.tv in a small studio down in Doral, FL. The show was created by Tonya Dee after working as a co-host for TF7Miami from 2011 to 2012. The online show soon transitioned to podcasting in 2015 and became a popular local trending topic-based show with co-host LadyM417. Read more>>

Yolanda Voyles

I came home from the hospital after a bilateral mastectomy. In pain and uncertain about my future, I was greeted and lifted up by amazing friends and family with many gestures of love, including roses. I saw these flowers in a new light, with more details than I ever did previously. Read more>>

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