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Inspiring Stories from Southern Atlanta

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 Southern Atlanta’s rising stars below.

Kyle Kahn

This is an interesting question and one I get asked often. My simplest answer to how I got started is…I just started. I have always been a person that sees something I want, wants to be bigger and make a positive impact, and most of all likes to just go for something regardless of the nah sayers. Read more>>

Malore Johnson

My inspiration for sweet and savory foods started with my mother who is a former caterer and wedding cake specialist. I now serves my community as a self-taught personal Chef specializing in pescatarian meal preps, Im a Community Certified Herbalist and a Natural Foods Activist. Read more>>

Keith Sweat

Beginning his framing and gallery career at 15 years old, Keith Sweat was introduced at a very early and formative age how important good framing is to beautiful art, collectibles, and important documents. Within 4 years Keith was managing his own frame shop when his company expanded to a second location. Read more>>

RAHBI

Like the infectious energy found on the dance floor of legendary nightclub Studio 54, multi-genre artist RAHBI unites beautiful people from all walks of life. RAHBI honed his skills as a dynamic performer at his grandfather’s church in the heart of Atlanta, Georgia. Read more>>

Carmen Bradley

I was once that girl that struggled with having a positive body image. I considered getting a tummy tuck and fat transferred. I thought after my fourth child, I would have the surgery done and get my mommy makeover and be back to having an amazing body. Read more>>

Vanessa Jackson

Healing Circles was born out of a collapse and a rebirth. After nearly a 2 decades of working in mental health and social services, I had my own “nervous breakthrough” following a divorce which caused me to totally rethink my beliefs and practice regarding mental health and emotional well-being. Read more>>

Ray Barlow

I also was a somewhat knuckle head . I always was fighting.. After going through a time if dealing with my consequences for being a rebel. I came up with the plan yo try boxing to try and channel my misconduct …2012 I started training at a well known gym at the time called The Atlanta Art of Boxing Gym. Read more>>

Kelli “Coach Kelli” Johnson

A decade ago, I began to experience my Spiritual Awakening. It wasn’t until a year later when I discovered my spiritual gift. And then a couple of years after that, I started exploring, learning and “tapping into my spiritual gift” and sharing it with others. It seems as if I’ve always coached others before discovering my spiritual gift. Read more>>

Treandos Thornton, Shana Thornton

5 year old Treandos Thornton always admired his father’s bow ties. One day he expressed to his mom that he wanted to start his own kid business selling bow ties. He wanted to encourage both kids and adults to “dress for success.” Thus, his small online business was created in May 2017. Mom, dad and younger brother all chipped in their efforts to make the small business a reality and a success. Read more>>

Bibi Williams

The moment I stepped into a whirlwind of details while planning a birthday celebration for two of my best friends in college, I knew I was born to do this. It is an awesome feeling to carry something from a thought or vision to execution. In 2009, I was brushing my teeth and God gave me the name of my business and certain aspects of the website design. Finally, in January 2010, Organized Khaos Events became official. Read more>>

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