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Inspiring Stories from North West 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 West Dallas below.

Scotty Sanders

Quest of the Keys was born out of Scotty’s purpose to encourage and empower others to live, lead and finish well. He originally developed a training course called Eight Keys to Success. One of his clients was a large charter school system (15,000 students), where he discovered the schools were using character education resources that were not relevant. Read more>>

Ellie Gonzalez

I kept busy with producing my own new radio show/podcast – The Denton Vibe With Diva Girl Ellie on Denton Radio, with my poetry writing, photography and the local poetry group I founded here in Denton, Lost Poet Lounge and many other creative outlets. Creatively busy and artistically happy. Read more>>

Kassandra Mireles

I’ve met so many people who are now great friends of mine who have mentored me and helped me grow as a person and as an artist. I couldn’t have gotten far without their humbleness and kindness. That is why I try to help out other photographers who are starting out with whatever I can because I had people there for me when I needed help. Read more>>

Emily Lowe

My photographic style is a mix of documentary, lifestyle, and portrait photography with a goal to capture genuine, authentic emotion and connection. I love to photograph people in their natural state, interacting with the ones they love. I’m inspired by the real-life art of everyday and enjoy telling a story with my images. Read more>>

Nick Spurrier

My love for the piano never went out though. When I was a freshmen in high school, my best friend, Nick Goodrich, and I started a band. I was originally our bassist, but after a year or so, we decided to take advantage of my limited piano skills, and that helped relight the fire for the instrument. By junior year, I had decided that was where my real musical passion lay. Read more>>

Erica Greve

I knew I had to do something, and so I decided to start an organization that would provide homes for rescued kids. On 11/11/11, we rescued 20 girls in the Philippines and starting our first restoration home for child victims of slavery. Now, seven years later, we have rescued over 400 kids. Over 100 kids are living in our seven homes around the world, in the Philippines, Thailand, Mexico, and the USA — here in DFW. Read more>>

Devi Titus

My VIRTUE notoriety and unique passion to see women flourish in all aspects of their lives caused me to become a frequently invited public speaker in large Christian women’s conferences. After many years on this platform, I realized that public speaking to crowds of thousands was not changing the culture but only mentoring could really make a difference. Read more>>

Robert Ostrander

Today is the day to start because tomorrow never happens. I’m passionate about this journey because it gave my life back. Now, we have fun playing and doing whatever they want for however long. Remember, we’re not promised tomorrow life is a gift. Don’t live with regrets!! I joined this home-based business to improve my health and financial future for my family. Read more>>

Jo Ann Mapanao

Having your own shop and the responsibilities that come with them are no easy feat. But, I told myself we have to start somewhere and take one step at a time. So last year, my husband and I began our online flower shop, It’s a love project of our family. My kids are so supportive; they help me by doing the other tasks: taking photos of flowers, sharing their ideas even constructive criticism. Read more>>

Nikki Porteus

I’ve always known that I wanted to be in the health and wellness field. As I finished up college and was working as a nurses’s assistant in nursing homes and hospitals, I came to realize that there was a great need for healthcare professionals who weren’t simply treating illness and disease, but were promoting wellness and proactive lifestyle decisions. Read more>>

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