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Casa Grande’s Rising Stars

The heart of our mission at VoyagePhoenix 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 Greater Phoenix area’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 Casa Grande and surrounding areas below.

Nicole Nusshag

I was brought up swimming in lakes, rivers, and pools. If it was hot outside, we found water somewhere to be in. Growing up I assumed that everyone knew how to swim. It was when I became a mother that broadened my awareness of the dangers of children around the water. Read more>>

Heather Black

It all started with me as a little girl holding tools for my dad as he worked in his woodshop. I grew an appreciation for the skill that is woodworking. Fast forward just under 20 years and now I was a mother of three little kids, just moving back to the same area that my family still lived with three kids under three years old. Read more>

Kimberly Kling

I grew up in a suburb of Chicago, at the edge of where suburbia met farmland. Some of my favorite memories growing up were gardening with my family and visiting my parent’s friend’s gardens. I remember being enthralled by my grandmother’s gardening books and what fun I had exploring the plant nurseries. Read more>>

Adia Jamille

Growing up my mother was an avid quilter and sewer; often making my clothing for me. She tried to teach me how to sew, but I was always more interested in how the fabric came to be, rather than the sewing. This wasn’t something that I would understand until I went to college. Read more>>

Maryann Green

The Tucson Fringe Festival models itself after many of the other 200 Fringe Festivals in the world. We provide performing artists with venues, technical theatre equipment and managers, box office support, and marketing. In return, artists receive 100% of their ticket revenue. Read more>>

Rosalinda Gonzales Juarez

It started back in 2017 when my husband surprisingly bought me a Cricut crafting machine and simply said: “Here, now do something with it.” He has always believed in me. Even though my roughest time that year when I wanted to give it all up, he kept pushing me. Read more>>

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