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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.

Kathryn Lane

Where I am today took me through more than ninety countries around the world and various types of work. I went from being an artist in Mexico early in life to an international finance executive with Johnson & Johnson in the U.S., a job where I traveled the globe until I decided one day to take a super-early retirement and return to creative work. Read more>>

Bree Darden

I wanted more knowledge of the field of men I wanted to learn everything that I could to service my men more and give them the best experience ever. December 2018, I did just that completed 4months of no off days between school 10-12hrs a day and work 9-10 hrs but I love what I do my reputation in the Humble/Atascocita area is superb not only by my skills but my customer service to match, and I don’t want to stop here. Read more>>

Nancy Devereaux

As a new believer in Christ, I fell in love with the idea of choreographed dance to beautiful worship and praise music. I would learn, demonstrate, and teach this type of dance throughout my remaining adult years. I worked for VerizonWireless, three years in customer service and seven years in account management. I worked with major retailers such as Wall-Mart, Best Buy, and Radio Shack, training their employees on our products and services. Read more>>

Terry Weaver

After a ton of doubt, mistakes, questioning, and hardships, five years later VEL INSTITUTE is in still in its infantile stages, but it is serving others and doing good daily by holding development programs for hundreds of people in our community. VEL INSTITUTE is a 501 c3 non-profit public charity that has a mission to connect and develop Veterans, Entrepreneurs, and Leaders through collaborative learning. Read more>>

Zara Martínez

When I finished my studies, I started a new episode in my life in the United States where I became a mother. It was there when I realized that poetry resurfaced again, inspired by the love and tenderness I felt for my children. I started writing to love, to life, to those moments of lovelessness and to give thanks to God through my poems. Poemas de inspiración is my first work, was launched in December 2015, a book of poems among which you can find love poems, love, for children and babies and occasional. Read more>>

Bailey Sanchez

I laugh at myself now because that’s just not how this life thing works. I quickly realized that I could dream bigger and more extravagantly than I ever had no matter what the world wanted me to pursue. My hobby could, in fact, be a career if I wanted it to be… and here we are almost ten years later. Read more>>

Alyx Wright

You never know where those roads can take you. I truly enjoy what I do, I believe it shows in my work. I’m also up for learning new things, you can never stop growing. Once you stop, you become irrelevant. I’m on a path that I don’t see slowing down anytime soon. That alone truly excites me! Read more>>

Maria Delavan

Maria fell in love with the idea of horses during the 1996 Olympics. While visiting her grandparents in Canada, she watched the equestrian competition with complete awe and wonder. As a result of that moment, she began pursuing riding as a sport, competing in Hunter/Jumpers and eventing throughout her childhood, then taking a break just before she started college. Read more>>

Christopher Winfield

I quickly realized that Fox Sports wasn’t for me, I missed creating and left my full-time position there. I finished my masters in Digital Media Studies and started my company, Forever Reel. I’ve been traveling, shooting documentaries, weddings, music videos, and commercials since graduation and I haven’t looked back once. Read more>>

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