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Rising Stars of Centennial

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 Centennial’s rising stars below.

Lindsey Ervin and Tess Cox

Tess and I met 20 years ago, while Tess was working as a director of women’s ministries and I as a teacher in Santa Clarita, California. The energy we both enjoy for love and life brought us together and has continued to this day. Our personal and professional journeys separated us through miles as I moved back to Denver and began our family. Tess continued in Santa Clarita raising her children through high, school and new careers.Read more>>

Reunited A. Cappella

In 2009, brothers Matthew and Nathan Grooms were looking to fill the void of not being involved in a music ensemble after graduating college. Singing and performing was such an important part of their lives and they didn’t want it to stop after graduation. Reconnecting with their hometown church, St. Andrew’s United Methodist, the brothers quickly brought together members and friends of their prior ensembles. Read more>>

Tawnia Jones

I arrived in the Denver area as a “scent artist” and started creating essential oil-based scents for immersive art experiences soon after arriving in Colorado. Part of that gig allowed me to teach classes on scent creation, for which I would make diffuser bracelets as a giveaway for attendees. Fast forward to this last October, when I randomly decided to register for a Fall Gift Fair… then realized I didn’t know what I was going to sell at said gift fair. Read more>>

Kimberly Dwyer

I started my path towards being a psychologist by receiving a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Fairfield University. After working a year as a supported work and training counselor for adults with developmental disabilities, I knew I was passionate about serving others through this field and entered a clinical psychology Ph.D. program at Nova Southeastern University. Read more>>

Alexa Fitzpatrick

I’ve always been interested in modeling since I was younger, but it wasn’t until I was 17 and had my senior photos taken that I started seriously considering modeling. About three months before I graduated from high school, I started doing as much research as I could into the modeling and fashion community. Soon I got involved in multiple Facebook groups promoting trade photoshoots and Paid shoots plus all the fashion advice that you could imagine. Read more>>

Annette Wychgram

I’m one of those rare individuals that became very passionate about what I do from a young age. When I was 14 years old my aunt was fighting leukemia. As I learned of her struggles, I thought to myself… no one deserves to be treated like that when they are faced with one of the toughest battles of their life. At that moment, I had a realization and knew I wanted to go into healthcare. No one would feel the way she felt while on my watch. Read more>>

Kimberly Benfield

I grew up around pictures everywhere. I so easily remember losing track of time developing black and white photographs in my mom’s darkroom in the basement. However, it was well into my adult life that I returned to photography as a hobby which quickly developed into my dream job. And there’s no turning back now. Read more>>

Michelle Rahn

I am a wife, mother, grandmother, teacher, entertainer, public speaker, Ms. Senior America 2004, a weekly guest on Angie Austin’s national radio show of GOOD NEWS and… I am the woman in the walk-in tub commercial. The Columbine High School tragedy broke my heart, literally. I taught one of the killers for four years and my husband and daughter coached with the teacher he murdered. Read more>>

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