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West 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 West Loop’s rising stars below.

Marilyn Biles

It is my persistence and inner drive that doesn’t or wont go away or give up. my hearts desire as a young woman was to work in the fashion industry and live in Manhattan. That didn’t happen for me due to a lack of support, as a young woman I did what i had to do to survive. Read more>>

JaQuay Young El

J Quay is a songwriter, singer, recording artist and filmmaker from Houston, TX. She is also the co-owner of the independent record label F4RWARD Music. F4RWARD Music is sporadically releasing 12 singles from their first compilation, J Quay: Season 1, throughout 2018. Read more>>

Ruth Martey

Being as a child from poor African parents in a small village in Ghana where there were not many resources or opportunities for basic needs. There was no hope in sight really as a child, it was hard. My parents had a wonderful opportunity to travel and become educated while visiting a land to where the laws don’t judge you solely on your religion, race or gender. Read more>>

Lawren Lacy

When I graduated High school in 2007, I didn’t have much of a plan. I took a trade course, and got my first job with benefits! In 2014 I decided it was time for me to make a career change. I had been working in the medical field as a billing and coding specialist for about five years. Read more>>

Amy Fuller

I have the honor of walking alongside brave and courageous individuals and couples as they strive to become better than they are, overcome what they feel overwhelmed by, become who they dare dream of becoming, and love beyond themselves through the transformative power of love and forgiveness. Read more>>

Shun Lauren

Performing arts has always been a major part of my life. I started singing way before I discovered acting. My mom sings, in which I took a big interest in music at six years old. My mom introduced me to such artists such as Whitney Houston, Mariah Carey, Sade, Babyface and Tevin Campbell. Read more>>

Davin and Kimberly Le-Huang

It all started with a family background in the tea business concept in 1992 when my older brother had a tea stand in Taiwan. All of the older siblings would help my brother with his tea business while I resided in America. In 1999, as I have been wanting to bring my brothers tea shop concept and recipes to the U.S., the Teahouse brand came to mind. Read more>>

Tatiana Boone

So right before baking I decided to let go of a small business that wasn’t working out for me. Cooking dinner like the normal routine, I decided to bake desert! Searched on Pinterest for a pecan Praline cake and decided to make cupcakes instead. I had made up my mind to bring a friend of mines one to try, and of course enjoy! Read more>>

Kentrel Code

I started Set Sail Apparel after losing out on a couple of job opportunities – one of those being discharged from the Navy. So I decided to create my own opportunity and build a clothing line that reflected my past in the Navy, as well as my journey to success. I always had style that was simple but flashy growing up. Read more>>

Pastor Courtney Lloyd Grear

Sure. I began as a classically trained musician. Even though I felt the call of God for more, life circumstances caused me to throw myself at my music. The speaker, writer, entrepreneur, and voice of change was already within me, but had to be cultivated over the years. Read more>>

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