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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.

Tiffany Custard

I started making jewelry in high school as a hobby and continued through college making a few pieces. After graduating from UGA in 2007, I went into corporate america where I worked for 8 years and a few weeks before Thanksgiving in 2014, I was let go from my very stressful sales job. Read more>>

Daniel Shub

Growing up in Puerto Rico gave me a very different perspective on life than a lot of the people I have met from the continental US. I knew from an early age that before I was 18 I would leave and begin to build a more stable life.  Read more>>

Caitlyn Cortner

As a chiropractor I am very patient about what I do. I lost my health at the age of 13 when I was diagnosed with polycystic ovarian syndrome and was told that I would always have to take birth control medication to help with the symptoms because the medical system failed me in finding the cause to my problem. Read more>>

Alneata Kemp

Our sweet Courtney Adavia Kemp passed away on August 19, 2012 at the tender age of nine (9) years old from Cardiomyopathy (enlarged heart). Her love for life was hallmarked by her fascination with all living things. On one occasion Courtney told us that she loved everything green. Read more>>

Benjamin Valentin

My wife, Celine, and I spent the first 3 years of marriage very committed to figuring out where we were going with our careers — In the first 3 years, we’ve lived in 3 states, 6 cities, moved 7 times, and I held 4 different jobs before starting our business at ValCinema. Read more>>

Melissa Harbers

Pinkies Up BW has been in conception since 2016. We were sitting on the edge of a vineyard drinking mimosas watching the sunrise; our pinkies were slightly elevated. After spending a year in Raleigh and seeing a similar concept always filled with people, we decided to bring the concept to Roswell after the laws changed. Read more>>

Karen Boyd

I was a regular tournament player in the local chess community — my son Archer had gotten me interested in playing chess — and we noticed the lack of a chess center in the Atlanta area. Most large cities have at least one chess center. Read more>>

Angie Webb

I picked up a camera at age 12, a pink plastic Barbie film camera to be exact, but I really fell in love with photography in high school. Read more>>

Christi Gordy

I took my first trip to Kenya in 2003 and spent 6 months in the Nairobi slum of Kibera, where I fell in love with the Kenyan people. Read more>>

Kyla Myers

In 2014, Kyla moved from a small town in Mississippi to the city where dreams come true..hoping to make her dreams come true. Read more>>

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