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Inspiration from Sandy Springs

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 rising stars from in and around Sandy Springs below.

Matt LaMarsh

As a native Atlantan and serial entrepreneur, I have started and sold a few businesses and had a very entrepreneurial childhood. Both my grandfathers were small business owners and I grew up watching them build businesses and work for themselves. Read more>>

Vanda Teixeira

You can never under estimate the power of creating a sacred space and setting your intention, right? If you look at the VANDA HOUSE today and go through our service rooms, the boutiQ and then go downstairs to the inside creative studio. Read more>>

Dr. Keisha Newman

I am the oldest of three children. I remember as a little girl, I was quiet and reserved, yet very observant of my surroundings. I grew in a middle class family home. We didn’t have a lot of money growing up however, my parents went well over and beyond to provide a great life for my siblings and me. Read more>>

Micqueal Harris

I’m a college graduate with my bachelor’s degree in Industrial Engineering from Michigan state university. After a major failed attempt working in corporate America, I knew right away it wasn’t for me. I hated the idea of making someone else rich when I could do it for myself. Read more>>

Chris Brent Davis

My grandmother started taking me to see shows at the Fox since I was around four to five years old. To this day, I still can’t remember if I saw Peter Pan or Beauty and the Beast first, or if it was a performance of The Nutcracker by the Atlanta Ballet. Every year, I could count on tickets to something for a birthday or Christmas present. Read more>>

Tracie Collins

I founded the National Black Doulas Association on October 25th, 2017. I wanted to provide a professional Black Doula Directory that also focused on educational and economic development. With the National Black Doulas Association, we also to help bring light to the Black Maternal Death rate in America. Read more>>

Danielle Atkins

Natives of Houston, Texas, my husband and I relocated to Atlanta in 2012 with a huge vision. Originally my dream was to be an actress, but after attending acting school I discovered that my true passion was being behind the camera. I then enrolled at Georgia State University to pursue a degree in film. Read more>>

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