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Rising Stars of Balboa Park & Hillcrest

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 inspiring stories from Balboa Park & Hillcrest below.

Oliver Rhodes

CHD Street Therapy is an incredible methodology and a breakthrough in cutting edge leadership dynamics and organizational performance based on spiritual values, honorable intensions and moral principles. Street Therapy is complete therapy and the simple solution to our evolution. Read more>>

Jeffrey Litteken

After graduating with a dual major in Finance and Accounting from Miami University – Ohio, I spent several years in corporate accounting with a publicly traded firm based out of Cincinnati, Wanting to venture into the human capital sector. Read more>>

Michael Mizerany

I was always in love with theatre. I acted in elementary school and again in college, majoring in theatre performance at Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville. As part of the acting major, I had to take a movement class. That was it! I loved it and knew immediately what I wanted to do, so I changed my major to dance. Read more>>

Spike Bywater

I transitioned from warrior to healer by listening to my feelings. I felt a strong connection to enlist in the United States Navy my senior year of high school. During my first enlistment, I deployed to a combat zone with the United States Army under the mission of executing the orders as a Detainee Operations solitary confinement guard for the Al-Qaeda and Taliban insurgents in Parwan, Afghanistan. Read more>>

Dr. Thy Dinh

I was diagnosed with Petit Mal seizures at the age of 5. Imagine a young child seeming completly normal and healthy however she would periodically without notice stare into space, begin singing to yourself and maybe flaling your arms for about 20 seconds. Let me tell you, not necessarily the first impression anyone would want to make. Read more>>

Camila Gill

In 2002, I was working at an Airline and I started buying rental properties for investments because I didn’t like the stock market and I enjoyed architecture and well built construction. I rented the properties long term and enjoyed the process of improving properties and helping corporate renters transition from renting to buying with my real estate license. Read more>>

Molly Terbovich-Ridenhour

Ballet has been in my life since my parents enrolled me when I was 5 to overcome extreme shyness. Little did I know that so many years later, I would be on the other side of the desk making this opportunity a reality for so many youth. I continued in classical ballet training through high school. From there decided to pursue a Bachelor of Fine Arts in dance to hone my craft of performance. Read more>>

Steve MkKan

It started as a dream career for my wife. Davan wanted to be a photographer since she was a young girl in Thailand. She would read every book or magazine she can get her hands on. She was always the one behind the camera in her friends group. Davan would poses them and tell them what to wear. Now that she is in the wonderful USA, we married 6 years ago. Read more>>

Jenny Schwenk

I left San Diego for a short time to try out the Midwest. When I was there, I opened a shop on Etsy named Superstition Street. I wanted the store to be eclectic, personal taste, and unisex. I used a Nikon camera and whatever accessible lighting available to shoot my models in the streets. Read more>>

Marissa Garcia

I am a passionate, loving, ray of energy and light that is here to make a positive impact in your life. My focus is to share the love I have in an environment that thrives in bringing people together. I stay Zen with yoga, meditation, eating well, and practicing pilates. Read more>>

 

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