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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.

Analisa Kuk

My name is Analisa Kuk. I am a wife and a daughter. I am a full time mother of 2 incredible children, who are the engine of my life. I absolutely love being a mom, and I am passionate about exercising, being active, and connecting with my body. This is why I created Dynamoms Fitness, because I believe we moms can have an awesome and fun exercise routine while having our children as workout buddies. Read more>>

Virginia Fifield

Originally from Toronto, Canada, my career began with a Bachelor of Fine Arts, from York University. After graduation, I was hired as head assistant of the Visual Arts department at the Banff Center for the Arts. From there, I returned to Toronto to focus on my artwork. Read more>>

LaShawn Spry

I was what’s considered a “change of life” baby. My mother was 42 years young when she gave birth to me. My family would jokingly call me the “oops” baby. So although I have 5 older siblings, I grew up in the home alone. My father was a Pentecostal pastor and my mother a retired grade school teacher and nurse. Read more>>

Juan Ruiz

My name is Juan, a devoted (and obsessed) father to identical twin girls that are about to be 5. Long yearning for an outlet to share my uninhibited thoughts on what life is like to be a busy parent, husband and desire to continue my wanderlust obsession with kids in tow, I created Double Duty Daddy. Read more>>

Andrew Davies

Strategic Planning Online is a premier provider of strategic planning and assessment software solutions to higher education institutions. Our flagship product, Strategic Planning Online (SPOL), is designed to enable institutions to manage strategic planning, budget planning, assessment, and accreditation with a collaborative web-based solution that brings the entire institution together to participate in continuous improvement efforts. Red more>>

Bryan Norcross

Bryan Norcross grew up on the coast of Central Florida while his and his friends’ fathers were working to put men on the moon. He was a student of science and broadcasting. Part-time disk-jockey work after high school and through college included his first hurricane broadcast, an advisory for Hurricane Camille. Read more>>

Marlene Bryan

When I left Corporate America to share the message of “Living a Diamond Life, A Life of Purpose,” I didn’t imagine owning a business like Small Biz Evolution, LLC. As I spoke about finding a coach and mentor to help one achieve living their life’s purpose, many people asked me to assist them in their businesses. Read more>>

Vanessa Nelson

Well, it all started with an old Polaroid camera my parents had. I was absolutely fascinated by its ability to immediately capture and print the photo, and of course, after wasting 10 pieces of film I was hooked on photography all by the age of 7. Later on, my sister saw my delight in my new hobby and bought me my first point and shoot camera, which I wore out to death within a couple of years. Read more>>

Shauna Russell

My journey with makeup started while I was attending Florida State University. After I graduated, I was able to do something I love, makeup. I had the opportunity to work for a prestige brand, Mac Cosmetics. I am a self-taught makeup artist who is consistently learning to improve my craft. Read more>>

Brett Engle

I am a therapist and a comedian, and I’m passionate about changing lives. Therapy and comedy have a lot in common, and I thrive in that space. I encourage people to take healthy risks, to get up on stage and perform. especially if it makes them nervous. Read more>>

Angine Moss

We are a 501C3 with the State of Florida. Our mission is to make a positive impact on the lives of ALL people who are considered at risk. We like to say we are all EARS because we provide education, awareness, resources, and support. Read more>>

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