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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.

Vel Lewis

I began my career in music in 1965 as a vocalist with the All-Philadelphia Boys Choir, while studying flute. I switched from flute to organ in 1967, and also performed as a featured vocalist at Expo ’67 (Montreal, Canada). In 1968, I performed songs on organ at CBS-affiliate WCAU-TV on “The Larry Ferrari Show”. Read more>>

Calvin Greene

Calvin Greene II (Owner) and Terica Groves (Owner) went to a brew meeting (Brew Bayou Club hosted) in Freeport Texas where they met Traci Kuhfuss (Owner). While at the meeting Traci approached Calvin and Terica and asked them if they would like to sample some mead. Read more>>

Zeeshan Shah

My journey began some four odd years back when I was diagnosed with Hashimoto’s disease. Although very common today, I knew nothing of it. A mysterious rash on my face and neck every so often had me getting a thorough blood work done and discovering not only this but several other issues. Read more>>

Krystle Barrington

Writing has always been somewhat of an escape for me. As a child my head was always stuck in a book and with that I developed a love for writing poetry and short stories. As I got older my love for writing became a source of therapy. Read more>>

Alice Millsap

I got started in counseling and life coaching due to my need to be counseled when I was going through a very difficult time in my life. So many things came at me all at one time until I felt like giving up on life. I went where I thought I should have gotten the help I needed, but they could not help me. Read more>>

Stefan and Mignon Wessels

Our training classes are small keeping the costs down. Small classes and more personal attention assure that every student leaves our training facility fully equipped to perform the procedures with confidence. Our training is very hands-on, and our mission for every student to walk out and feel comfortable doing their first client. Read more>>

Valesca Paiva

I am originally from Brazil and I have moved to the States in 2000. My Visa did not allow me to work so I was home and with a lot of energy to burn. I always loved to bake and cook (this is mostly because growing up I loved helping both my grandmas in the kitchen and I come from a family that food is what brings us together, most of my uncles and aunts have a true passion for food) and with so much time in my hands I started making chocolate truffles as gifts. Read more>>

John Cavitt

Ever since I can remember I wanted to build a company like Covenant. I was a sophomore in college and began to think through how I could establish a company that would really empower people to use their gifts and talents. My dream was to be part of something on a large scale that would help people reach their full potential. Read more>>

Ruchika Behal

I wish there was a great story to share of how and where it all began… One thing for sure I wasn’t born a health coach- as my kids say, it was not very long ago I enjoyed Christmas-colored Oreos and a glass of milk for 4 pm teatime! Read more>>

Ken Gilliard

It all started a few years ago when I was a Service Manager at BMW of Fort Walton Beach, in Fort Walton Beach, Florida. I was the youngest service manager in BMW North America at the age of 24. I was making great money, living on the beach, and driving nice vehicles. Read more>>

Tosha Dearbone

It all started as a young girl, I would always say I wanted to own a girls home or become a Nurse. Growing up was not as I expected but how God had laid it for me to get to today. Being that I went through many challenges on my journey of molestation,abuse,bullying, rejection, low self esteem, and suicide attempts. Read more>>

Namita Asthana

Sometimes you need to go back to basics. Cooking food from scratch with locally sourced and produced foods. We hand pound our home grown spices as well as blend our own teas. Read more>>

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