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Inspiring Stories from Sugar Land

The heart of our mission at VoyageHouston 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 Houston’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 Sugar Land and surrounding areas below.

Laura Frnka-Davis

In October of 2018, I was let go from a job that I gave everything to for almost a decade of my life: my time, my heart, my soul, my blood, my sweat, and my tears. I was nervous and apprehensive about what I would do next. Read more>>

Niya Richardson

I went to an academy high school where I was a participant in the digital media academy (creating video content, movies, videos, journalism, etc.). It wasn’t until after four years of college. Read more>>

Noura Senno and Anna Mangondaya

We have been friends for over five years now, we met while working together. We are both immigrants with similar backgrounds, so we just clicked. We had always talked about doing more than just our corporate jobs. Read more>>

Janeka Watson

Before I knew anything about exhortation or encouragement, as a teen, amongst my peers I held the title of being honest, sometimes to a fault. Thinking back, I wonder how I maintained some of the friendships. Read more>>

Crystal Nguyen

It was a group of me and my girlfriends and everyone was raising their hand on what they were bringing. I am not the greatest cook, I’ll admit, but I can put together a mean charcuterie board. I’d always been fascinated with these boards. Read more>>

Pharon Beaver

I’ve been doing photography since my freshman year in high school when I was a part of the yearbook at Willowridge High. Initially, when I went off to school I had intentions of being a math teacher. Read more>>

Dara Sayrie and Raguel McFarlane

Our journey to where we are now has not been easy by any means and truly started even before Fierce Factory existed. My sister and I are ten years apart and dance has been in our lives for ever. Read more>>

Stephanie McClellan

I’m a stay at home to three wonderful boys. My husband are I were gifted a sign with our second & third son. It wasn’t until two years later that the opportunity came up to buy the business. Read more>>

Stephen Gardner

Every since I was a child, I was always creative, I was always a leader, I always knew that no matter where life took me, I would never be average. My father and mother instilled certain values in me at a very young age. Read more>>

Beauty Edgley

I started djing in highschool. My sister Mary Edgley the Queen of 7 Kings Ent hosted some of the most Amazing house Parties and they needed music so I learned quickly. I was a rapper Beauty on The Beat but in Houston djs dont really push artist. Read more>>

Ambreen Riaz

My passion to design my own ethnic outfits led me to become a fashion designer. As long as I can remember, I have always enjoyed doing art and craft projects. I was 17 when I made my very first Pakistani outfit for the Eid festival (Muslim Holiday). Read more>>

Charlotte Williams

After my divorce, I went to work for a long time established salon in Angleton, Tx. I worked at that salon for 21 years and always dreamed about opening my own salon. Working at that salon showed me the ins and outs of owning a salon. Read more>>

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