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Inspiring Stories from Boulder

The heart of our mission at VoyageDenver 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 Denver’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 Boulder’s rising stars below.

Sarah Small

My chronic illness journey began when I was in seventh grade. It started with stomach migraines… and by the time I was 17 I had seen 17 doctors. That was when I got my second diagnosis: fibromyalgia. Read more>>

Jake Mitchell

In 2013, I studied abroad in Copenhagen, Denmark where I took an entrepreneurship course. Being a business major at Skidmore College, I enjoyed marketing and other aspects of the major. Read more>>

Peter Marcus

Founded in 2009 by owner Chris Woods, Terrapin is a leading innovator and one of the nation’s most responsible and successful regulated marijuana companies. Terrapin’s principals helped craft rules, regulations. Read more>>

Melissa Strong

I have lived in Estes Park since 1996 and have worked in the industry. I have always wanted to bring locally sourced seasonally changing food to Estes. We took an old establishment the Sundeck and tore it down to the studs and built it back up again. Read more>>

Isaac Lynn

I have always been interested in helping others grow through performance arts and teaching. I graduated from the University of Denver with an undergrad in Theater, among other majors. Read more>>

Angela Naeth

IRaceLikeAGirl provides opportunities for women of all ages/abilities to support, encourage and inspire one another in the sport of triathlon, promoting fitness, positive change, and connecting women across the world. Read more>>

Alyssa Morin

About seven years ago, as I was breaking up with a boyfriend and he was sharing with me that he’d been getting ready to propose, I realized that I knew nothing about relationships and intimacy. Read more>>

Sierra Brashear

When I was in college — over ten years ago now! — I was, for the first time, confronted by the reality of our failing systems, rampant injustices and the wounds inflicted upon our planet. Having grown up in the mountains of Colorado. Read more>>

Cara Keyser

My name is Cara Elizabeth, and I am a singer-songwriter that grew up in the front range of Colorado. I got inspired by the mountain folk scene to pursue music as a career. Read more>>

Ret Taylor

When my mom, Win decided she would skip radiation and instead fight her breast cancer through nutrition, I was scared. I wanted her to do everything she could to prevent cancer from returning and she was certainly no nutritionist. Read more>>

Shaun and Liana Bezuidenhout

It was 2011 when my wife and I decided that opening a restaurant might be a good idea. It was a good way to spend our days together and make tons of money. What the hell were we thinking? In retrospect, for us. Read more>>

Lauren Golten

I was blessed to discover a deep connection with nature as a 17-year old, spending a month in the wild country of the Wind River Range of Wyoming and falling in love with the wilderness. Read more>>

Sara Duniven

A mindset of experimentation, including an open curiosity about experiences of emotion stimulated by interactions with people, animals, and plants. My living experience is that things are changing every second. Each moment is fresh. Read more>>

Janet Eden-Harris

All the important things I would learn and know. Then I did one of the few really smart things early in college. I volunteered at a hospital. It became almost immediately evident that my propensity for fainting when people are in pain. Read more>>

David Heinrich

I grew up going to DIY punk and hardcore shows in Reno, Nevada. These shows were almost always all-ages, and they provided a very important outlet for people of all kinds to have a safe place to spend an evening. In college. Read more>>

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