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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.

Alicia Taylor

I was as young as nine, when I first remembered moving bedroom furniture and adding pillows to a shared bedroom with my two sisters. The quarters were tight, but I was happier decorating the room with teen photos than going out to play. Read more>>

La’Kissa Britt

Although I had always worked in corporate America from the age of 18, I could never get quite comfortable with it. I’ve always had a love of beauty, but it wasn’t until I came across eyelash extensions on Instagram that I found my niche. I watched for days and followed as many lash artist as I could possibly come across. Read more>>

Kenjdra Langston

I have always been a determined young lady. Raised in Chicago by way of AZ. Graduating high school early as a 17yr old Junior, already in my own apartment and ready to conquer the world. With a thriving passion for people & beauty, I decided to skip college right after high schhol and follow my creative passion. Read more>>

Kenjdra Langston

I have always been a determined young lady. Raised in Chicago by way of AZ. Graduating high school early as a 17yr old Junior, already in my own apartment and ready to conquer the world. With a thriving passion for people & beauty, I attended Dudley Beauty College Chicago in around 2000. Read more>>

Mark & Michelle Atcheson

Camp Blood started off as a party at my cabin in the woods. We had free alcohol at my cabin but you had to walk through the woods to get it for free. We made a trail through the woods to get to my home and put up different spooky scenes along the way and two people willing to stay out there and scare them as they came through. Read more>>

Marlon McCaulsky

I was always writing in some format or another, whether it was creating my own comic book storylines or writing song lyrics. Then in college, I started writing screenplays. I guess it was a natural progression to writing novels. one of my first influences on me writing novels was Zane. Read more>>

Elisha Y. Boyd

I’m a country girl from a small town called Turkeytown located in Alabama, My mother instilled in me at an early age that I should get and education, travel and see the world and don’t get married and start having babies until you have lived and enjoyed life. I was very outgoing growing up and somewhat of a tomboy, participating in every sport offered to include cheerleader. Read more>>

Timothy Richardson

The seed for Ties For Change was planted when I was younger. My father passed away and this left me to be raised by a single mother. Although she did a commendable job the feeling of not having a father figure never eluded me. Read more>>

Gaby (Journee Milian) Colston

This journey started last year ’17 after walking out of a workplace that was full of harrassment, negativity, and stagnated people. I knew I didn’t belong there from the time that I started. I knew that it would be my temporary place of employment, being that I’ve always wanted my hands into some type of entrepreneurship. Read more>>

Justin Douglas

I’ve been a makeup artist since 2014. Before establishing my career I went to the “Academy of Glam” it’s a small makeup school located in Cooper City, Florida. Owner of the school “Victory Duke” a celebrity makeup artist as well. Read more>>

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