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Inspiring Stories from South Boston

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 stars from South Boston and surrounding areas below.

Eric Schneider

I grew up in Ohio in a family of dog lovers, with a very entrepreneurial father. My Dad, (Ray), saw a void in the market for a pet boarding resort that would care for our dog like we did, so he created Red Dog Pet Resort & Spa and opened our very first location in Cincinnati just over 10 years ago. Read more>>

Marian Leitner

The story of Archer Roose starts a dining room table. My husband and I love to host, and we were having a dinner party where we discussed that in the United States you pay more for the shipping and packaging than the wine inside the bottle. Read more>>

Morgan Chase

Yoga has been in my life since 2008. I wasn’t always giving it as much dedication as it deserved, due to my struggle with alcohol & drug dependency. After a frightening car crash in November 2015, I made the choice for myself & my future to get sober. Read more>>

Deanna Coyle

I’m a divorced mother of two amazing teenage boys, and have been living in Natick for 14 years. I’m an entrepreneur, Huffington Post contributor, speaker, blogger and former financial services professional who took my own challenging experience of a long financially and emotionally draining divorce and turned it into an opportunity to create a life where I am now living as my best self. Read more>>

Sandy Brooks

I fell in love with the process of wedding planning during an internship at Ambience Luxe Weddings in Greenwich, Connecticut in 2013. In 2014 I landed a job at the The Harbor View Hotel in Martha’s Vineyard in the events department. Read more>>

Joseph H. Bodio

LAN-TEL Communications, the leading structured cabling, security, and IT infrastructure installation and integration company in New England, launched in 1992 when I was released from a billion-dollar telecommunications company. Read more>>

Amy Nguyen

My love of art, textiles and color stemmed from a young age, spurred along with guidance and knowledge from my mother, a seamstress and quilter. I enjoyed creating throughout my childhood and went on to major in Art and Art History at the College of Charleston where I ended up managing the Theatre Costume Shop upon graduation. Read more>>

Laura Keaney, Anya Reppucci, Liz Mollica

The three of us met and became friends at athenahealth, a health IT company in Watertown, MA. One of our tri-founders, Liz Mollica, owns her own photography business (Liz Mollica Photography), and one day after Liz had done a shoot for Laura’s engagement and Anya’s family photos. Read more>>

Audrey Finocchiaro

The Nitro Cart started like many great ideas do, sketched on a napkin. Shortly after graduating college my partner and I wanted to use our love of coffee for a greater good. We decided to build a cart ( in the bougiest of places, my parents basement. ) After we had maxed out our small credit cards building this small cart, we hit the streets of Providence. Read more>>

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