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Inspiring Stories from the Woodlands

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 the Woodlands and surrounding areas below.

Gabriel Yett

As a freshman in high school, I was in a desktop publishing class. It was my first time ever taking a class like this. We had an assignment where the teacher came up with a topic and we had to design a logo around it. Read more>>

Kettlin Melo

When I had my first child in 2017, I started questioning my life goals and how I could raise a family with consistent life – work balance. Since my son was so little and I had the opportunity to stay at home with him. Read more>>

John “Preston” Bounds

I’m an actor, producer, and content creator. I’ve been acting and producing since I started college. My journey began with scoring acting/modeling gigs for companies like Academy and Dick’s sporting goods. Read more>>

Rebecca Harris

Six years ago, my husband and I were gifted by my father with him investing in our dreams of having our own company. From there, we built a carpet cleaning and floor restoration company from scratch. Read more>>

Aaron and Sonya Orr

We got started on this journey by simply saying yes to faith and no to fear. Easier said than done but through a series of heartbreaking events filled with loss and pain God granted us a gift, the gift of perspective. Read more>>

Gabriel Toma

Ever since I got to know me, always been an adventurer, always wanted to be an entrepreneur, to work for myself. I have that spirit of keep trying, never give up, dream big, follow my passion and I’ll never work a day in my life. Read more>>

LaShanda McPeters

I started making natural soaps in 2015. I am a self-taught soap maker turned entrepreneur. First it was just a hobby then when I saw that my eczema started to clear up, I thought to myself, I finally found out what works for my skin. Read more>>

Elizabeth Castro

I enjoyed “playing” with hair & makeup, it got to the point that in school during lunch I’d cut my friends bangs or style their hair so I kind of always knew I wanted to be a hairstylist. I started cosmetology classes my sophomore year of high school & graduated with my cosmetology license. Read more>>

Juan Morales

My first attempt as an Entrepreneur was a staffing agency in which we staffed Healthcare Providers throughout the Greater Houston area. Four years into running this company despite its “success”, I realized I was unfulfilled and needed to pivot. Read more>>

Brooklyn Castillo

I would have to say that the story of Brooklyn Fit started waaaaay back in 1980-something, during the days when Gilad and Denise Austin ruled the fitness world, leotards, bikers shorts, leg warmers and all. Read more>>

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