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South Loop’s Rising Stars

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 South Loop’s rising stars below.

Yael Trusch

I started Jewish Latin Princess Blog after leading Jewish lifestyle and Torah classes and programs for Latin American Jewish women in Houston a few years. The lifestyle blog for Jewish women allowed me to take my message to a wider audience and in even more creative ways. Read more>>

Erica D. Montgomery

As a young girl, I’ve always dreamed of helping others. I didn’t quite know how I’d be of “help” but I was sure my purpose was to serve others. Working for a number of nonprofit organizations, I witnessed first-hand the impact of rebuilding lives had on families and the community, looking on and working behind the scenes fueled a fire in me that I couldn’t put out. Read more>>

Shondra Warren

I’ve always had a passion for cooking, it was something I taught myself early on to save money. I struggled with my relationship with food to treat depression and other things. I wanted to live healthier and figured the first change had to start with me. I lab results were terrible and I was pre- diabetic at 27 years old. Read more>>

JonTrice Murray

Photography just sort of became my thing. I took a volunteer trip abroad and when I returned home, I wanted a dslr to document my next adventure. Then, my friends asked me to take grad photos, so I accepted bookings as a side gig. Next thing I knew, I was doing events, portraits, etc and I never grew tired of it. Read more>>

Basya Benshushan

I am the founder and CEO of PinkCilantro, an advertising agency that services clients all over the world. We pride ourselves on our data-driven approach. Born and raised in Houston, and a mother of three beautiful young girls…that at five years old already want to change the world. Read more>>

Stella Kerr and Credence Close

Credence said we should make slime. We where showing stella’s stepmom, becca, our slime. she said we should make a business 0ut of it. so we did! credence’s mom said we could sell at her booth on Sundays and that’s where we started spreading the word about our slime. Read more>>

Alejandro Porras

I was born and raised in Houston, TX. Both of my parents immigrated from Mexico to the United States for a better life. I grew up around a not so safe area of Houston with not that many resources but my parents managed to sacrifice a lot for my sister and I. My passion for photography took a while to develop but I always had a creative eye since very a young age. Read more>>

Jasmine Lynch

It all started in an intermediate accounting class at the University of Houston. I wasn’t exactly the ideal person you would expect to be an accountant. Conservatism wasn’t really my style, and made it challenging to identify with my classmates. Read more>>

Myeeka F

My journey started in public relations, and in doing so, I realized how much detail and passion I put into creating events for the different businesses and brands I worked with. So in 2015, with this passion I created Tag Team, which allowed me to focus more on event production, and also incorporate public relations, marketing and all the other good stuff that comes with it. Read more>>

Dylan Tepera

My journey to becoming a Teen Beach Champion and personal trainer began in March of 2016. It was during my high school junior year to where my father and I attended an NSpire Sports League competition to watch a good friend. Read more>>

1 Comment

  1. Talia

    May 10, 2017 at 7:12 pm

    Lady B.G. is the hottest karaoke dj in the city!!! Book her for the greatest karaoke experience!!!

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