So many of the folks we work with have multidimensional stories. They often aren’t just working on a single project, business or mission – instead they are often involved in so many things all at once and so we often wonder about what they themselves hope their legacy will be about. We’ve shared some of their responses with you below.

Mira | Artist and Fashion Stylist

I would like people to remember me as somebody that genuinely cares about others and that I did my best to uplift them through my creative process (whether that be by providing positive and colorful messages through my art, or by making people feel and look good in my fashion apparel). Read more>>

Ofelia Zambrano | Real Estate Professional, CEO for Presto Marketing and Health Coach For Isagenix

I am from Nicaragua, Living in Nicaragua was a challenge, not only because is a third world country but also because I lived there during the first decade of the Sandinistas Regime. When you live under such circumstances, where the government controls what you see on T.V, and try to even control how to think, It becomes easy to believe that’s the life one deserve or the life God gave you, How ever, I was never comfortable with the idea that my life was going to be dominated by a government. I always thought there was something else that I was destined to explore. I was so lucky to get a job at a travel agency, where I worked 10 years and gave me the opportunity to travel around the world. I believe that experience was preparing me for the life I have now because it exposed me to different cultures, languages and that opened my mind to the world. I moved to United States in 2003 with my husband and my only daughter Valeria Melissa. We lived in the beautiful city of Miramar in Broward county, for 16 years and recently moved to the magnificent city of Davie. Read more>>

Frankie Midnight | Creative Artist of Music, Stage, and Screen

Authenticity. Insanely creative. Resilient. Inspiring. Everything that i’ve ever done throughout my life was from my heart; visions that I genuinely cared to put my energy and spirit into. From “Love Stories” when I was on that bus stop to “Look Up!!” when i’m in my zombified, insomniac state, reflecting on my faith and hypocrisy. I have to be authentic in everything that I do because I was given the gift of vision and creativity. I must have faith in myself to complete the creative tasks as well as faith that the work will make a positive connection with someone once it’s released out into the world. That’s where my resilience come in because I can’t stop. I tired real estate, worked at various odd jobs from a law firm mailroom to a dog race track yet I always come back to the arts because that is where my heart dwells. The most important aspect of my legacy is that my work inspired those it connected with. My work has to be felt, has to be real, has to be honest to the point that it inspires enthusiasm, strong faith, and creativity in others. I strongly believe every human being was put here to inspire others in positive crossfire and this is what my legacy will reflect. Read more>>

Lanee Bradshaw | Artist, Visionary

I want my legacy to be that of a thought leader, a visionary and a luminary who helped people change their standard of living on this planet. I want them to remember me as someone who is authentic and not afraid to express myself or communicate my thoughts. I want to be remembered as the voice that helped communities of people find their true north. It doesn’t matter if you are an artist, actor, hedge fund manager or a cashier. Everybody has the capacity or potential to change this world and evolve. Everyone is gifted in their own way. I want to be the person that reminds them, you are not what other people or institutions tell you, you are what you say you are. Read more>>

Mike Goldstein | Pedicab Owner/Operator

My legacy is the support I give and receive from the Tallahassee Community I want people to remember “Mike The Bike” for years to come. Read more>>