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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.

Sarah Rice

This requires a little backstory. By day I work as a marketing consultant and event planner for a small company in medical education. I was coming home at 4 pm each day and spending my nights playing with my puppy and watching Netflix. Read more>>

Ciatheartist

At the age of five, my mom got me a karaoke machine for Christmas. I loved rap music and music in general at an early age. My mom didn’t want me to use it using the CDs with the words, so she bought me instrumental CDS. I knew I couldn’t say what they said on the songs so I came up with my own words. Read more>>

Catolyn Merriweather, Alicia Deadrick, Scottesha Deadrick and Jasmine Aimes

My daughters and I started when they were smaller. We started cleaning out our closets and making extra food to take to the homeless in the Auburn and Edgewood corridor. After a year or so we started to collect clothes from our family and friends and prepared actual to go plates for that community. Read more>>

Ansley Williams

Singing and songwriting are what excites me most in life. I play the piano and the guitar and utilize both when writing my own music! Most of the music I write is pop or dance music. My biggest strength is my work ethic. Read more>>

Stephan Hite

I actually began to learn more about real estate by attending local investment groups. I learned a very tough lesson early, in that you can’t trust everyone. Especially in this industry. I found myself being “mentored” by a scam artist and a crook. Read more>>

Ty Sintrell

I would say that I have always been a dreamer and I’ve always wanted to have my own business. My first business was created In 2011 and I use to make pre-tied bow ties that were unique to any other bow tie that could be found in the store. Read more>>

Jamela Staten

I started baking in college, selling Bundt cake slices, cookies, and brownies for $1 to help pay for books and food. I would walk around with an Ikea bag filled with individually wrapped treats and carry it around while I went to class and daily activities on campus. Read more>>

Brittany Mayti

Most would say and have said that I’ve done things backward, pertaining to my career. After spending nine years in Hollywood, the Mecca of entertainment, obtaining a few small wins here and there, I quit my amazing paying job in corporate America and moved to “ATLwood”. Read more>>

Randy Stephens

How I started and where I’m at today … quite the journey. I’ve never been one to think that I’d stay on any one path. I love continuing to learn, explore and push my own bounds and discomforts. It’s the sense of wanderlust that keeps me excited, engaged and, more importantly, loving everything I do. Read more>>

Anjelica Partridge

Packaging my web design with coaching, and copywriting services to offer a more high-end service to attract high-end clients. My “Bankable Brilliance Experience” has become my signature service, designed for elite clients that want the web design, three months of coaching to execute their vision, and the copywriting done for them by a professional writer. Read more>>

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