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College Park’s Rising Stars

The heart of our mission at VoyageATL 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 Atlanta’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 College Park’s rising stars below.

Darrius Stephens

I started dancing when I was about 15 or 16 years old. I was so in love with the idea of being able to do all of these weird and uncommon things with my body that I’ve never done before. Me watching Americas best dance crew, so you think you can dance and any other dance related shows and movies inspired me to become who I am as a dancer and artist today. Read more>>

Felicia Fencl

This is sort of a second career for me. I spent nearly 22 years serving our country on active duty in the United States Air Force (USAF). I retired in 2016 and decided that it would be a waste not to use the skills I learned while serving. Read more>>

Eron Merritt

Guap Lyfe came about from my passion for fashion, my degree in communications and my career in banking. I wanted to find a way to combine meaningful and positive designs in light of financial awareness. I nicknamed my son Guapo. Read more>>

Tamara Austin

My passion was “all things animals.” As a 90’s baby, I grew up on a multitude of amazing educational television shows. My favorites were Stanley, Zoboomafoo, The Wild Thornberrys, Prehistoric Planet, Crocodile Hunter, and The Most Extreme. I learned a multitude of facts about animals, both domesticated and exotic. Read more>>

Robyn Topp

I was introduced to fitness by my grandmother who was a member at our local gym where I grew up back then known as Spa lady never would I have thought that being a guest there at the age of 13 would change my life and my way of thinking. At the age of 15, I was certified through IDEA which included personal training and group fitness classes. Read more>>

Dalondra Clements

I was a teenage single mother and became a nurse. Know a mother of a teenage son I gave up my engagement with the man of my dreams because he could not deal with him. I eventually had another son and I’m a single mother going to school, raising two sons and went to Realstate school. Read more>>

Kyara Murry

Since adolescence, as a black woman in predominately white institutions, I made it my mission to not only continuously raise the standard for myself of who and what a black woman could be in predominately white spaces but also create avenues for others of color to achieve the goals they have set without being judged by their skin tone. Read more>>

Jeri Austin

My Husband, Paul, and I began to entertain the thought of starting a “real” popcorn business. But we were still homeschooling our three children and knew it was not God’s timing to do so. My purpose and assignment at the time was to spend my days pouring into our children, teaching them everything they needed to know to grow into intelligent young adults with hearts for the Lord. Read more>>

Taura White

When I moved back home to Atlanta, I packaged the personal development workshops with the organizational development training and formed Coaching Communities in 2018. My goal was to help organizations and individuals maximize their full potential. I believe that many of us have what it takes to succeed, We need someone to coach us through the process of maximizing that potential. Read more>>

Joovie Muzik

I was always running up to my mother telling her I wanna be a rapper, I wanna be a DJ, mama I wanna write music and as I got older, I just started taking it more serious. 2015 is when I really kicked off my music career. I was so undecided in the route I wanted to choose and it messed me up me because I didn’t stay as consistent as I wanted to. Read more>>

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