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Inspiring Stories from Englewood

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 Englewood’s rising stars below.

Cathy Mueller

After several very different careers (ballet teacher, fitness instructor, pastry chef), my husband suggested that I go back to school to be an accountant. He thought it would be a good fit because I’m good with numbers and processes, and very detail-oriented. Read more>>

Melinda Smith Haymons

I have been exposed to fine paintings and the arts for as long as I can remember. As a young child, I would study and copy paintings to learn how they were created. I always thought I’d be an artist and after studying art at Colorado College I moved to Santa Fe to immerse myself in the art world. Read more>>

Geneva Montano

When I was 22 I got pregnant very unexpectedly with my first baby. This may be the first time I can remember for certain that I realized that I was not in control of my life. I had a great plan. I had recently graduated from college with a degree in foreign languages. Read more>>

Andrew Malkoski

I started in Real Estate in 2015, working on a team with RE/MAX Alliance. I spent the first couple of years learning everything I could, and the next couple helping my team leader train new agents. After a shift in the industry in 2019, I decided to take my business in a new direction. Read more>>

Sarah Lesyinski

I have been with One Good Turn in a few different capacities for almost nine years. I moved to Colorado from California after finishing school. I started searching for a teaching job and stumbled upon a job at CAFE 180 in what I thought was going to be the interim. Read more>>

Mark Haynes

My design career started early at the age of 10 while living in the wilds of West Texas. A family friend built me a 7×7-foot deer blind that I turned into a fort. I loved being there. There was a sense of warmth and a feeling of security that came with the solitude. Read more>>

Kristin Adams

My passion for photography began with my father, who practiced the art for the majority of his life. I began as a hobbyist in high school where my father nurtured my interest by teaching me everything he knew. He even set up a darkroom in our bathroom where we developed the film and made prints. Read more>>

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