Our Founder’s Story
Ten years ago, I was working for a major national network and found myself asking, "why am I doing what I am doing?"
I had everything a woman at my age could dream for her corporate career; I was a leader for a female-centric online platform, I was a Digital Media Manager with a high-intensity job and equally high rewards. But it was not the career I felt defined my existence. I lived a stressful life, and the corporate exhaustion was taking a toll on my mental and physical wellness.
I will perpetually be a rare free-spirited woman, with tough discipline and headstrong perseverance. So I decided that I wasn’t one to follow someone else’s steps except my own.
Quitting a fantastic job could sound like a crazy and dumb decision, but when it comes to pursuing your dreams and betting for your ideas to achieve your beloved goals, for me, the risk was more than worth it.
To embrace this adventure, mostly, one needs terrific support systems. When my husband, Juan Mezzini, decided to join my liberation, he became the second pillar of what is now Voices Inc.
It wasn’t long until I began to collaborate with Yahoo, then Telemundo Stations Group, Univision, and Sony Pictures amongst others.
Once we began to grow at a healthy rate, I was able to hire more employees locally and across the globe to serve international audiences, expanding services to video production, social media management, professional translation services.
Based in Miami, Voices now counts with around 30 people working from the US, Latin America and Spain, who deliver around 30 pieces of written content a day, and more than 20 videos a week.
If you ask me how we were able to create Voices out of nothing, the formula is straightforward, and it is available to everyone. Insanely love what you do, turn it into your dream business, offer the highest quality, surround yourself with the best team, encourage them to get the best out of them, and inspire and help others to follow your steps.