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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.

Lulie Wallace

I told myself after three months, if it was encouraging, then I’d continue with it, but if it wasn’t, if I didn’t see it going anywhere, then I would go to graduate school for graphic design. It progressively became more encouraging. As interest grew, I became more confident that it was the job that I was supposed to be in. Read more>>

Rayy Blank

My business deals with clothing for teenagers and adolescents and it is also an upcoming recording label. Fiji Team as a label currently has one group entitled to it known as We Don’t Sell Drugs or WD$D for short. My main goal is to enlarge my business and to reach my target audience with both music and material things. Read more>>

Basheer Muhammad

In my music, I’ve made it a point to always try to teach what can someone take away from what they just heard. Does it invoke any spirits? Does it make you feel better? Wiser/cooler after you listen to one of my songs? I strive for creating from my heart, and soul what feels natural. Read more>>

Cheya Thousand

I have always been into fitness and wellness to some degree however, over the last eight years, it has been more of a intentional practice. At the end of 2011, I was in a really low place and couldn’t figure out what was going on in my life. I then got into a toxic “situationship” and when that ended early 2012, I knew I need to transition and focus on me. Read more>>

Megan Fullerton

I moved back to Atlanta in 2018 and opened my first showroom in Fayetteville GA. September of 2018, I featured my Resort 2019 collection during New York Fashion Week for the first time. I am now reaching women from all walks of life inspiring, encouraging, and empowering them to be their best selves through my clothing. Fulfilling my purpose through fashion has given me undeniable strength and gratitude. Read more>>

Aisha Frazier

I started to crochet at the age of ten. My mom taught me the basic. I was making hats and scarves and even stepped up and make a full-size blanket for my mom with her name stitched in it, lol. Then, I stop for a few years then picked it up again about the age of 25. I was making handmade jewelry, hat, and scarves. Read more>>

Cristina Jennings

Fashion has always been a passion of mine, but the freedom of simply being creative is one of the best feelings in the world. I had the slightest idea what I wanted to do in the fashion world, I just knew that I was and needed to be creative. My designer journey originally started with me making jewelry, and eventually progressed to me wanting to learn the art of garment making. Read more>>

Courtney Jolivette

I became who I am today by accepting my truths, purging my past, and relying on my future. I’m a holistic healer by nature and a Doula by force. I started my journey over a course of seven years which included transitioning to a plant-based diet, healing myself, my children, and others. Read more>>

Mona Sanders

I am pleased to serve the residents of Douglasville and metro Atlanta with gourmet cookies, cakes, and additional sweets. I am truly blessed to have the opportunity to now follow my dream as a retired mother and grandmother. I truly encourage others to also take that leap of faith and do whatever they’ve been called to do, no matter their age or where you are after your career. Read more>>

Heartbreak P Boi

I started entertaining at the age of seven. I would take my little sister, Alex karaoke machine and record songs. The day I part school and sold my 1st tape to my friend Ashley. I know then I would be an artist. Now, I am a full court press. I do television/fashion/music/I host events/and I throw big epic parties. Read more>>

Nate Mckinnie

It’s started when I was like nine years old drawing cars and shit. That’s when I had it in my mind that I wanted to be an artist/creator. Fortunately for me, I didn’t have to deal with much resistance where it matters because my family always just kinda let me do my own thing. Read more>>

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