We asked some of the most inspiring folks in the community to tell us where they want to be professionally by the end of their careers.

Stephanie Terrero | Multi-Hyphenate Filmmaker and Artist

The end goal for me is just to be fully involved in this business. I want to be a full time working actor, producer, director and screenwriter, working across television and film. It takes years to reach that level and I’m headed there slowly, but I’d like to have tons of industry contacts who can vouch for me. People who will say yes to my diverse ideas and will be excited to make those projects happen. I want my production company, Last Laugh Productions NYC, to be known worldwide for our original projects and large collaborations with known studios. Read more>>

Alyse Kane Riley | Writer, Director

I hate to think of the “end goal” or end of my career. Scorsese is 79 and still doing this… Roger Deakins is 73. Some of the most influential people in our industry have been working for decades and still working, so I too hope to continue my work throughout my lifetime to see it evolve. How I prefer to look at it is if I map out goals for one year from now, 3 years, 5 years, and 10 years I will achieve everything I want to manifest currently, and I should be able to do it much faster than in 10 years by constantly reviewing and renewing my goals. Read more>>

Tyler Miller | 20 year old artist & songwriter from NY

For me, the quality of the music has always been most important. I’ve been singing my whole life. I started playing piano when I was 4, and started writing when I was 8. As I’ve grown from a child to an adult, that yearning for perfection has stayed constant. Don’t get me wrong, my music used to suck. As I’ve gotten older I’ve developed my own taste and style, which has translated to my music. I see success in this industry as influence. In terms of my end goal, Read more>>

India Miles | Christian Business Coach

To be viewed as a true authority in the Christian women entrepreneurship space that supports small business development, marketplace ministry, and faith works for many generations to come. Read more>>