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Inspiring Stories from Middlesex, Essex & New Hampshire

The heart of our mission at the BostonVoyager 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 Boston’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 starsli from Middlesex, Essex & New Hampshire and surrounding areas below.

Thuha Tran

I’ve always admired people who know what their goals/dreams are in life and strive hard to get there. I’ve always known that in order to achieve greatness you have to put a lot of work and be determined to get there. The only problem for me was that I didn’t know what it is that I was good at or what it is that I wanted to do. When Amy started Petals, it was just one woman business. Read more>>

Jessycka Drew

The Art Of Jessycka Drew is a self-made, self-run business focused on therapeutic and creative services. The Art Of Jessycka Drew is the art of turning scars into stars through creative expression and then lighting the way for others to find their way to healing as well as to embrace their own creative expressions, passions, and gifts. Read more>>

Lindana Kong

I’d like to believe that I was asked to join Petals for my ability to translate ideas into action. To be honest, I’m not the most creative person, and I hate being in the spotlight. Instead, I shine in the background. I’m the girl figuring out how to turn an “Inspo” pic into reality. In other words, if Amy is the lead actress, I’m her supporting actor. Read more>>

Sutji Prasetiowati

I’ve always loved fashion. I remember back when I was in college and my roommate would always ask me for fashion advice. so for the longest time, I’ve wanted to start my own fashion blog on Instagram. I did have doubts, I feel so inadequate seeing all these glamorous bloggers who seem to have perfect lives and have everything put together. Read more>>

Charlene Hatfield-Nutter

I began my Esthetic career graduation from Elizabeth Grady School of Esthetics in 1993. I worked as an Esthetician for years and then came upon lash extensions in 2003. I had been hearing about them so went to Boston to take a certification class. My clients loved them and my lash career began. A year later, Novalash got in touch with me to see if I wanted to be the NH educator for them. Read more>>

Patrick Pollard

I worked as a curator for an art space in Lowell for a few years, and I really loved the energy of being around other artists. I loved being able to see the exhibition process from beginning to end, and how excited artists would be to show and talk about their work. Soon after that, I fell into teaching. I’ve been a public school art teacher for the last twelve years, and I absolutely love it. Read more>>

Jake Bosse and Tony Hajjar

Our goal is to ignite the fire that’s inside each and every one of us. To fan the flame of our guest’s inner drive and help them develop strong, healthy bodies and clear, expansive minds. Co-Founders Jake Bosse and Tony Hajjar are fitness enthusiasts, and together we promote improvement and inspire greatness in our community. We created Drive Custom Fit in the late summer of 2015. Read more>>

Jessica Caldwell

I started our making special order pies and hosting brunches at a local microbrewery. I had learned to bake with my grandmother and our family crust recipe helped us launch things like our Bacon Apple Pie. By June of this year, we had started making pretzels under Fat Boyfriend Bakery and realized that there was a major need for craft snacks in this industry. Thus, our plan started to crystallize. Read more>>

Brianna Cincotta, Heather Normandie, and Andrea McCue

It all started with Heather approaching Andrea and telling her that we wanted to discuss the possibility of the three of us going out on our own. We actually went out to dinner at Tulip, which is right next door to our salon now! We didn’t even know that Salons by JC was here at the time. We wanted to discuss the process of opening a salon and Andrea has had more experience working at different locations. Read more>>

Alicia Goguen

I ended up taking the job at the cutest bakery in a small town in MA and worked there for about a year. In that year, I learned so much, my technique improved, my confidence grew, and it was amazing to be able to go to work each day and be creative and work with these wonderful people, and do something I truly enjoyed. Fast forward a bit and my husband, daughter and I moved to Merrimack, NH, I decided, after much encouragement from my family, to advertise my cakes to the public. Read more>>

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