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Irving’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 rising stars from Irving and surrounding areas below.

Dr. John Biggan

Aiming to become the first neuroscientist in Congressional history, I am ready and eager to tackle the issues facing you and the constituents of TX-24. Born in San Antonio and raised in El Paso where my experience as an Eagle Scout instilled in me a lifelong dedication to service, I have spent decades fighting for our values, improving our communities, and bettering the lives of those around me. Read more>>

Mickey Simbakwira

It all started home in Burundi, where I spent most of my childhood. I remember weekends vividly at the beach filed with joy, happiness and exquisite simplistic food. The vibe was always electric and everyone shared the same sentiment of Living in the moment. Growing up in a family where both my parents where entrepreneurs I understood at early age the importance of believing in yourself and started grasping the concept of being your own boss. Read more>>

Itzel Jaimez

I officially started my business in Waco, TX, when I was about 18 years old. It started as a side job, but as time passed, it grew big enough for me to make it a full time job. After three years of working full time in Waco, I eventually branched out to the Dallas Fort Worth area. DFW has been so welcoming to my business and I. Read more>>

Melanie Williams

Mommy Magick was created from the process of me healing myself emotionally, physically, and mentally all while being a Mom. Healing myself and juggling motherhood at the same time, was one of the biggest challenges of my life. I set aside time to delve into my own personal dilemmas, areas that needed healing, and the practice of self care. Read more>>

Hamza Abdallah

Family. Perspective. Mission. These three consequential cornerstones are what essentially molded me into the person I am today… With my father a retired military general and my mother a former school teacher, I grew up in a household that valued discipline, diligence and encouraged striving for greatness. Read more>> 

Kelsey Brown

My chiropractic journey started as a freshly graduated CT technologist/ new mom that injured herself. I had a friend that referred me to a chiropractor, and I was in pain so thought let’s give it a go. The chiropractic did the trick and the pain was gone. As I continued care, I was asking about my child’s never-ending cycles of ear infections and antibiotics. Read more>>

Hope Oriabure Hunter

My sister was getting married in 2009 and wanted an adult only reception. I was pregnant with my fourth child at the time of her engagement. I explained to her how difficult it was for parent guest not to be able to attend weddings without their children. So, she challenged me to come up with a solution. I hired my then part-time nanny and a few of her friends to watch the kids in a separate room. Read more>>

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