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Inspiring Stories from North Dallas

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 the rising stars of North Dallas below.

Mark Herrin

I always had a strong interest in health and nutrition, even as a teenager. In 1976 I opened Sundrops to provide the best products available and a higher level of nutrition and dietetics to improve people’s health. Understanding the science always interested me the most so I continued with further education and utilizing the research involving natural molecules and health. Read more>>

Katie Arani

I’ve always been very conscious of aesthetics and design. While my career path has taken on various forms, it’s been the thread the runs through it all. I love when things look pretty, organized and unique. One of my favorite past times as a young girl was drafting meticulous floor plans of my dream bedroom. Read more>>

David Davis

After attending dozens of friends’ Weddings, we were amazed at how many brides and bridesmaids had trouble finding quality hair stylists and makeup artists to help them look and feel great for their big day! Read more>>

Igor Khunteyev

Dr. Sofia Khunteyev and her family left Moscow in 1991 at the height of her career development; she was a well-recognized and commercially successful artist. It was a very difficult decision to immigrate to the US, but the communist system forced Sofia’s family to move. Read more>>

William Carnegie

I spent 20 years in the U.S. Coast Guard retiring in 1990 as a Finance and Logistics Officer. Throughout my career I took advantage of every educational opportunity including military and civilian courses and earned a BS in Marketing from Hawaii Pacific University. Read more>>

Christy Persichini

I cannot tell you how blessed I am to have this business! I am completely self-taught and continue to teach myself new skills daily. I purchased my first DSLR camera shortly after my daughter was born. This was solely with the intent of capturing better pictures of her. Read more>>

Jorge Gutierrez

I am from Monterrey, Mexico. I graduated as a CPA (Certified Public Accountant) and took the risk to start a business in distribution. I started doing business in 1999 and in 2004 I came to the US, started a small distribution company here in Arlington, TX and grew my business by introducing new products to the US market. Read more>>

Judy Johannesen

I chose to quit teaching to stay home with my children, who were born in 1977 and 1979, and took a calligraphy class in 1978 as I looked for something creative to do. I did our Christmas card in calligraphy that year, and thought it was beautiful. Little did I know I had so much to learn! Read more>>

Allison Dittman

When my first son was born my husband and I decided we wanted to have newborn pictures taken of him. These are pictures I love and I will cherish for the rest of my life. Unfortunately, the experience with that photographer was not as pleasant as I had expected. That day though, changed my life. Read more>>

Ryan Amerson

Established in 2005. Energy Attic is an Award Winning green energy company serving both residential and commercial clients in and around the Dallas / Fort Worth area. We use a three-part Energy Reduction System to make your home or office as energy efficient as possible, saving you money on heating & cooling costs and reducing your carbon footprint. Read more>>

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