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.

Calvin May | Student Athlete & Videographer

I believe that I think of success a little differently in the creative industry. I don’t know where I want to be in 10 years or 25 or whenever I eventually peter out and I certainly don’t have a master plan. Instead I have ideas of the types of projects I want to work. I want the experiences of camping under the stars for client projects. I want to build friendships and share visions. While these fairytale desires aren’t unique I have another vision for my future. Read more>>

Kaylie Roth | Country Music Promoter

My end goal is to be able to survive off of what I earn and be able to spend as much time with my kids as possible while making a name for myself. I want to be big enough that huge Country Artists know who I am and want to hire me to help get their music out there. The main goal overall is being able to help as many artists as possible! Read more>>

Brook Adsit | Owner / Hairstylist

My end goal is more experience-driven than a stopping point or a certain benchmark. I picture a building that involves all my favorite things: a coffee shop, clothing boutique, and a salon. It will be bright, filled with plants and natural light complimented by warm tones to make people feel invited, welcomed, and inspired. I would lease out the coffee shop and boutique, while all the stylists in the salon would be renting their chairs. The businesses in the building might change as I want to keep things evolving and fluid. However, the main goal would be for it to be a place/ experience for like-minded entrepreneurs to thrive while surrounded by other business owners. Read more>>

Rebecca McCormac | Artistic Director, Choreographer and Dance Teacher

To be running a full-time financially sustainable not for profit arts company in New York, NY. I am currently the Artistic Director of CoreDance Contemporary, an Australian modern dance company residing in New York City. As such I am independently running a non-profit arts organization, however it is currently two days per week with weekend touring/performing and it is far from financially sustainable. Read more>>