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Arlington’s Rising Stars

The heart of our mission at VoyageDallas 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 Dallas-Fort Worth area’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 Arlington’s rising stars below.

Dani Larkin

I started out as a receptionist for a salon and instantly fell in love with the industry. Within a year I got myself promoted to a lead position and enrolled myself into esthetician school so I could learn the ins and outs of every side. After I graduated, I had a handful of jobs from waxing to day spas to a Med Spa, but I was never happy. Read more>>

Joshua Whitaker

I was raised in Portland, OR and was raised primarily by my mom and grandparents. I stayed an only child for 13 years until my little brother and sister were born. I got into piano at six when my mom bought my first keyboard. I figured out how to slow down the songs on the keyboard to watch how they were being played. That was the first introduction to teaching myself music. Read more>>

Miesha Keaton

I became interested in hair as a child when I realized my mom struggled to keep my hair up. Lol, like a lot of moms, she just didn’t know-how. When I was 12, I began experimenting with her hair, close family members and even my own. Surprisingly, I was pretty good at it! Well good for a 12-year-old. Throughout my teen years, I would do friends hair from school. Read more>>

Lisa Landry

I was a late bloomer. At the ripe age of 29, I decided that I wanted to go to college to be a marriage counselor. My parent’s marriage was a difficult one, and hard on the whole family. I wanted to help others try to overcome their marital issues and be able to live a happy healthy life. However, when I graduated college my first job was working in the juvenile justice system. Read more>>

Charles Wright

My name is Joshua Whitaker, more known as Jay, 23 years old born and raised in Portland, OR. I was raised primarily by my mom and grandparents. I stayed an only child for 13 years until my little brother and sister were born. I got into piano at six when my mom bought my first keyboard. I figured out how to slow down the songs on the keyboard to watch how they were being played. Read more>>

Domonique McCornell

I was the furthest thing from a “cool kid”. I had two MAYBE three friends in high school. I really disliked the school that I attended. Not to mention my freshman year I always got taunted by the same two girls. So I really kept to myself as this was going on. One day in homeroom someone I knew of was filling out a paper. Read more>>

Cameron Napoleon

For he has directed my feet, no matter how deep my heart desires to go. His hand has to lead me right where I need to be. Music was truly my last option, I have tasted every career path from multiple 9 to 5s to working with FEMA’s disaster relief for two years. Only to be brought back to reality in “March of 2018” when I was arrested on my 2nd offense for an ounce of “corn.” Read more>>

Dubem Onwumere

It came to my interest when I was in college but didn’t really think anything of it. Fast forward back to the work, I decided to do a photoshoot just to try it out and see how I like the atmosphere. I loved that feeling of creativity amongst all parties while I was doing the very first shoot. Bouncing ideas off one another and keeping the energy intact. The rest is history. Read more>>

Corpreale Mariga

I’m naturally an encourager. Over several years, I have noticed a deep desire for every woman to see their value and their inner strength to achieve more in their life. After experiencing a long season when I was looking to understand the value I had to offer, I found the vision to create an opportunity for women to connect while enjoying their journey of growth. I am still learning and making adjustments in my life but I am learning how to transform with grace. Read more>>

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