We asked rising stars from the community to open up to us about their end goal. We asked them where they want to be, professionally, by the end of their careers and have shared some of those responses below.

Yolanda Spearman | The Voiceover Lady

One of my guiding life principles is to begin with the end in mind. I want to live a fulfilled life without regrets. I want to find myself cruising through the airport with flip flops and sunglasses on my way to a beach on a tropical island. Professionally speaking if I could find myself writing books and doing voiceovers on a beach in flip flops that would make me happy too. Optimally my goal is to do 3 things full time. I plan to Speak, Write, and do Voiceovers. It’s my desire to introduce more people to the wonderful world of voiceover. Read more>>

Tullia Ferraro | Actor

I don’t have a specific goal when thinking about my career. I have achievements I want to accomplish, aspirations that motivates me throughout my journey, and people I get inspired from; however, the ultimate goal for me would be to feel fulfilled and content with the work I’m doing. If I get to wake up everyday, feeling happy, proud and confident about my job and the path that I’m following, I’ll have met my goal. Read more>>

Miss Orchid Mei | Burlesque Queen

For me, the end goal is to have successfully carried on the traditions and history of burlesque both within the burlesque scene and to a wider scope than that niche. To foster generations after me, elevate and celebrate my Korean heritage and Asian faces, bodies, and art, and to give a face to other 1/2 Asians that aren’t seen as Asian “enough” or are “white facing”. Read more>>