Molly Logan, Co-Founder

Molly Logan has spent her career building things–first for artists and now for girls. She is the founder of School of Doodle, a space that connects creative Gen Z girls with ideas, experts and, most importantly, each other. Launched in 2016 following a Kickstarter campaign that raised over $135k in its first week, SoD has been featured in WSJ, The New York Times, Teen Vogue, MTV, The Guardian, R29 and more. Prior to launching School of Doodle, Molly founded FREDThinks, a cultural consultancy/studio that developed art, music and film programs, and commercially represented some of the most successful contemporary artists. 


Taylor Clark, Co-Founder

Taylor Clark is an expert in Millenial and Gen Z trends, consumer behaviors and preferences. Prior to Irregular, Taylor led brand strategy for the Cassandra Report, a firm that specializes in generational research, trend forecasting and youth consumer insights. Throughout her career, she has helped industry leaders across tech, entertainment, retail and CPG move beyond data-driven analyses to provide a more tangible understanding of the drivers behind young generations' desires, attitudes and actions. 


Grey Jones, Co-Founder

Grey, 21, is an artist, writer, punk rock musician and Instagram maniac! She is the creator of Grey Area HQ responsible for producing handbook Biting the Bisexual Bullet, the 1996 Shoppe, and much more! Prior to Irregular, Grey worked as an editor and Community Manager at School of Doodle. 


Amanda Gorman, Advisory Board/ Partner

Amanda, 19, is a published poet and the first ever Youth Poet Laureate of the United States of America, as well as a community leader, commissioned speaker and a Harvard sophomore. In her previous roles as the Los Angeles Youth Poet Laureate of the West, she visited The White House for First Lady Michelle Obama's poetry celebration, toured Los Angeles, read for the Mayor, worked with the LA Commission on Human Relations to brainstorm youth programs, spoke at the Kennedy Center, and published a collection of poetry, 'The One for Whom Food is Not Enough.' As an award-winning writer, she is founder and Executive Director of One Pen One Page, a nonprofit organization that promotes literacy and leadership through creative writing workshops. She is also Editor-in-Chief of the One Pen One Page online literary magazine, which elevates the voices and powers of youth through literal and visual storytelling. OPOP now has partnerships in Afghanistan and across the U.S. 


Arianna Gil, Advisory Board/Partner

Arianna, 23, is an entrepreneur and multimedia artist inspiring the future of youth to believe in the power of justice as a driving force behind cultural organizing. They studied jazz bass performance and politics at The Oberlin Conservatory of Music & College of Arts & Sciences in their double degree program, toured internationally with SZA, assist musical programming at GHE20G0TH1K, and are co-founder of BRUJAS. 


Hunter Schafer, Advisory Board/ Partner

Hunter, 18, is a model, artist, and transgender youth rights activist based in New York City. Born in North Carolina, Hunter transitioned her freshman year in high school, and in 2016, went to court to dispute North Carolina's discriminatory law banning transgender people from using the bathrooms that correspond with their gender identity. Hunter aims to raise awareness for minorities residing outside of the gender binary through performance, design and fine art. 


Priyal Thakkar, Advisory Board/ Partner

Priyal, 21, is a graduate in political science from Gujarat University, a spoken word poet and currently researching prisoners' rights–working with the Centre for Social Justice before beginning her legal education as a human rights lawyer. Committed to harnessing the power of Gen Z for social and political change, she has produced a weekly radio show of youth activism and is the founding member of Povera, a spoken word organization that used poetry as a tool for education and empowerment. When she isn't working to change the world, you can find her reading (and sniffing) books in her free time!

Zoe Rabbani, Advisory Board/Partner

Zoë Rabbani, 19, is a student living in London but currently taking a gap year (with her entire family!) to travel around South East Asia. She will be attending Manchester University in the fall and plans to pursue a career in grassroots activism to put her Gen Z muscles behind some much needed change. A passionate advocate for the rights of girls and women, Zoë is dedicated to making sure the world takes her and her peers seriously.