Featuring Molly Logan, co-founder of School of Doodle and Irregular Labs and Hebh Jamal, a gen Z political activist.

Our third episode, or X, explores the future of gen Z – a generation that is increasingly, unflinchingly making its voice heard. Activists and entrepreneurs alike, they resist traditional categorization and challenge many of the labels codified by older generations. Born in the mid-90s through the mid-aughts, gen Z is the first digitally-native cohort to come of age, bringing social media savvy to all they do. As gen Zers grow into their spending power – with $44 billion in annual spending already, in the US alone – brands should take heed of this passionate and opinionated group.

Listen in as we meet Molly Logan, co-founder of School of Doodle and Irregular Labs, two gen z-powered platforms working to educate and empower teens. We’ll also be joined by Hebh Jamal, a gen Z political activist who is a passionate advocate for truth and justice.

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