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Inspiring Stories from La Jolla & UTC

The heart of our mission at the SD Voyager 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 San Diego’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 La Jolla & UTC below.

Trevor Callan

Callan Capital was founded in 2007, as a continuation of the wealth management careers of myself and my brothers Tim and Ryan Callan. Prior to Callan Capital, I spent 15 years at a large brokerage firm where I was responsible for launching a dedicated high net worth division. Read more>>

David King

I launched my practice in 2004, after working for two big law firms on Wall Street and in Silicon Valley. I added people over time and found the right healthy size for my practice. I have had some of the same entrepreneurs and corporate clients since 2004. Read more>>

Greg Knight

I used to own a kayak outfitting company through the 90’s and 2000’s. I sold it in 2005 at the same time my wife’s (Cate Thero) company was selling, so we had a good amount of money and thought that we were going to be one of those lucky people who get to retire early. Read more>>

Lita Davis

I was lucky to go to the Caribbean (Roatan, Honduras) to go SCUBA diving. What I did not know was the island of Roatan has sand flies, a LOT of sand flies (also known as no-see-ums). I was bit a lot and found I was also allergic to the bites. Dang! Read more>>

Monica Kelly

My name is Monica Lynn Kelly. I have 20 plus years of successful experience in teaching, curriculum development and support of new teachers in various communities and at various grade levels. These communities include both the military and civilian sectors as well as in Central America. Read more>>

Shamus Sayed

I’m the middle of 3 kids and been in San Diego since 1979. Grew up in Poway, having graduated Poway High School in 1995. Ultimately graduated UC San Diego with a B.S. in Biology and pre-med for about 15 minutes. Had a job waiting for me at a biotech company the Monday after commencement. Read more>>

Andy Voggenthaler

Race Guards is the only in-race first aid company in the country. Our team of medically trained Race Guards run races from start to finish, alongside the race participants, providing first aid and medical support every step of the way. Race Guards was launched in 2012 at Finish Chelsea’s Run in San Diego. Read more>>

Celia Sepulveda

I was the first physician in the U.S. to hold a fellowship specifically in venous and lymphatic medicine. What drew me in to this specialty was the misconception that varicosities were only a cosmetic issue, even though 1% of the population has or will have an active venous leg ulcer. Read more>>

Bernardo Buchsbaum

I was laid off from my last job at Protingent and after being laid off twice in the staffing industry I decided that I could do things a better way and started my own company to follow through on my vision of a better staffing agency. I was able to leverage my existing network to get things up and running. Read more>>

Gisela Claassen

I started making wine as a hobby in 2007; all of my friends were making beer, but I like wine better so investigated how to go about making wine. I thought I would have to drive around Temecula to try to purchase grapes, but discovered wine kits – stabilized concentrated juice with all of the other needed ingredients. With wine kits you can make wine any time of year, and almost any varietal from anywhere in the world. Read more>>


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