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 West Loop’s rising stars below.
Emily Beth Lange
Performance opportunity has followed me throughout my life and transitions to the point that I have a vast portfolio of skills. I am a trained cheerleader, certified fencing instructor, knowledgeable aerialist, and experienced administrator. Read more>>
Rebecca A. Weiner, M.Ed.
As a lifelong learner, I wanted to keep growing and learning with my students. The year I researched and wrote my thesis, I worked one on one with a child who was not meeting developmental milestones. We learned outside the box with great success. We went to parks and gyms for motor play with peers. Read more>>
Tanglewood Builders was started by my father as a partner company to his main custom home building company, Blackstone Builders. He started it for me 15 years ago. When I was 16, I started out working for him sweeping the job sites and watching the contractors. Read more>>
About three years ago, I decided to re-open my catering company, sadly, I had lost my passion for cooking, I did not feel good enough. I quit the job I had and started buying catering leads, it was not easy at the beginning, social media postings led to someone I knew to give me a job that changed my path. Read more>>
Roy O began his musical journey in 2010 after realizing that he had a God-given duty to use his gifts to benefit the world. He credits J. Cole for giving him the kick he needed to start taking his talents seriously. “I’ve always felt that I could make music but the turning point was hearing J. Cole’s “The Warm Up” mixtape. Read more>>
James and Jordan Lynn
The goal is to educate our clients on how to turn these fitness habits into a FUN LIFESTYLE so you’re not only just working out for a vacation or because summer is coming up, but you’re enjoying the lifetime journey of exercising because of your mental and physical dependence on it. Read more>>
My entire life has been around food. My father is a chef and now, I am the 5th generation chef in my family. My family owns a restaurant called Fung’s Kitchen. It is a Chinese restaurant that serves live seafood and also dim sum. I waited tables there when I was in college. Read more>>
Today, my brand has grown, and it’s established in Houston as a small pop-up store. My goal is to provide my clients with a fun experience, where they can feel free to wear whatever they like and whatsoever makes them feel unique. My store core is to find everything and more in one place. Read more>>
I originally enrolled because my mom has been a stylist for 20+ years and I thought that was what I wanted to pursue. I later discovered makeup and never looked back. I do still do hair services but makeup, and now, microblading (permanent tattooing) is my passion. I’m 22 and I can’t believe everything I’ve had to undergo to get to where I am now. Read more>>
I probably won’t be happy until I see the Best Buddies program in every school in the state, or until there is no need for my staff to explain to a company the benefits in hiring someone with an IDD. Every day is a new adventure with my son, and every day there’s another way I can make this world better for him. I’m just trying to change the world, one friendship at a time. Read more>>