is a blind digital star with over 5 million followers, who is also a model, author, and changemaker, empowering people through her vulnerability and resilience. Molly advocates for inclusivity and has spoken at forums ranging from the Davos World Economic Forum to VidCon, Disney, Netflix, Starbucks’s HQs, and the Library of Congress; she has been the global face of brands such as Aerie, Samsung, Disney, Dove, Microsoft, Tommy Hilfiger, & Crocs; and has been featured in publications ranging from the Wall Street Journal, to People, Paper, Adweek, & Allure–as a one of 19 members of the Allure A List (“honoring the people driving and shaping the future of beauty.”)
The Sorry Girls
are upcycling and decor creators with over 4 million followers, who focus on education, sustainability & self-empowerment. They lead a community of makers and doers, teaching DIY, home-improvement, fashion upcycling, and thrifting tips for aesthetically-pleasing yet eco-conscious solutions. Working with brands ranging from Ikea to Etsy, Pepsi, Nintendo, Google, and Instax, they have been celebrated on shows such as Good Morning America and The Drew Barrymore Show, and in publications like the New York Times Times and Refinery 29.
Amanda Rach Lee
is an artist, bullet-journaling icon & digital creator who injects creativity into daily life. With over 4 million followers, Amanda has been the global face of Sephora's Lunar New Year campaign and partners with brands ranging from Coachella to Google, The Gap, Warner Brothers, Nintendo, Samsung, and Twitch; she has graced the stages of YouTube’s Brandcast and Shopify’s HQ, and has been deemed one of the most influential AAPI creators by AdWeek.
is an NYC-based designer, illustrator, muralist, & author whose work fosters human connection. Timothy’s distinctive hand-drawn imagery and words have adorned global partnerships with leading fashion brands ranging from Yves Saint Laurent to Nike and Uniqlo. He has created animations and city takeovers for brands ranging from Tiffany to McDonalds, live drawing at festivals like Sundance and Governors Ball, and epic wall murals for Netflix, Google, and Saks Fifth Avenue. Recent projects include the design of a 5,000 square foot basketball court for a school in Brooklyn, in partnership with the Kevin Durant Charity Organization. He has hundreds of thousands of followers, and has been celebrated in pages ranging from The New York Times to NPR and Fast Company, and served as Hasan Minhaj’s “Patriot Act” sidekick amongst many other collabs.
is a disability advocate, creator, professional athlete, and model. A two-time Para Surf World Champion and a four-time gold medalist for Team USA born with an upper limb difference and who empowers her audience through educational and uplifting content empowering others through her vivacious spirit, authenticity, and joy. She has worked with brands such as Arctic Zone and Uggs, and been featured in Vogue, Yahoo, and NBC. new
The Icing Artist
is a digital creator, baker, host, and self-taught baking extraordinaire that channels her creativity into edible art. With over 5 million followers, Laurie partners with brands like Disney, Hershey’s, Google, and Warner Brothers; and has featured on Live with Kelly and Ryan, Vice, YouTube’s Brandcast, and the Sundance Film Festival. Her contagiously adventurous spirit inspires her audience to try culinary challenges of all types, alongside her affable husband Kevin and their fluffy dog Archie.
is a 21 year old film-school-dropout turned world-class director & visual effects artist who has created NFTs for celebrities ranging from Lamelo Ball to Paris Hilton to Migos; directed or co-directed videos for clients like Saweetie, Migos, and Xbox; animated videos for artists ranging from Bad Bunny and 24kGoldn to Adidas x FazeClan; and created visual effects for epic events like Coachella 2022 and blockbuster films such as Knives Out.