In honor of our 2 year anniversary, we have decided to honor you, the incredible women who are remaking the world every single day. In order to do this, we’ve launched a custom button-up that shines a light on your innate superpowers. Whether you’re bold, creative, kind, passionate, driven, powerful (or all of the above), this shirt celebrates you. To the women who have been wearing Grayson since day one, the partnerships we’ve built with inspiring women, to our beloved brand ambassadors - our $200,000+ in donations to female-led organizations is only the beginning.
The women you see featured on this page are just a few of the superheroes that are lifting women up in infinite ways. Together we soar.
HOLLIS HEATH, STEP UP
Artist and educator Hollis Heath has facilitated arts-based life skills programming for young people throughout New York City and the North East since the age of 15. She is currently the Director of Alumnae Programming at Step Up. Step Up believes all girls should have the opportunity to fulfill their potential. They propel girls from under-resourced communities by empowering them to become confident, college-bound, career-focused, and ready to join the next generation of professional women.
MANDANA DAYANI, I AM A VOTER.
Mandana Dayani is the creator and co-founder of I am a voter, a nonpartisan movement that aims to create a cultural shift around voting and civic engagement by unifying around a central truth: our democracy works best when we all participate. AKA they make voting cool.
To be superkind, means you pay it forward in all that you do, and we are so honored to celebrate you.
JULES LEYSER, ALLIANCE OF MOMS
Jules Leyser is the co-founder of Alliance of Moms, a community of philanthropists who support pregnant and parenting teens in LA’s foster care system so that they can build a positive future for themselves and their children. Jules’ mother and aunt both spent much of their childhood in foster care, and this organization was born to honor the people who helped her own mother navigate a childhood that involved abandonment and abuse.
SNEHA + SOPHIA, PERIOD.ORG
PERIOD. is a youth-fueled nonprofit that strives to eradicate period poverty and stigma through service, education, and advocacy. Through the distribution of menstrual products, promotion of youth leadership, and championing of menstrual equity in policy, PERIOD aims to center those disproportionately affected by period poverty and support local efforts for menstrual equity.
NANCY OZEAS, GIRLS INC., GREATER LA
Nancy Ozeas is the Director of Programming at Girls Inc., an organization that provides hundreds of girls with life-changing support and real solutions to the unique issues they face. Girls Inc does this through their education enrichment program that focuses on STEM Education, Literacy, and Math. The goal is to help every girl believe she can achieve her dream.
LAURA BRIEF, 826 NATIONAL
Laura Brief is the CEO of 826 National, the largest youth-writing network in the country. This organization serves as an international proof point for writing as a tool for young people to ignite and channel their creativity, explore identity, advocate for themselves and their community, and achieve academic and professional success.
OWN YOUR SUPERPOWER
Our exclusive superpower button-up shirt is available in Cozy Cotton with six different strengths to choose from. Each shirt honors the woman wearing it by celebrating her innate superpowers. Our goal is to help you own that superpower in every facet of your life, to wear it proudly and to show it off to the world.
Whether you are superbold, superkind, superdriven, supercreative, superpassionate or superpowerful, just know you inspire us every single day.
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AUDREY MCLOGHLIN, FOUNDER OF GRAYSON
Founder Audrey Mcloghlin built Grayson to do more than just create the perfect button-up. As a female-led, female-run company, Audrey shaped Grayson to use her superpowers to lift women up. She works with female-led organizations that have a mission to help other women and has donated over $150,000 to women-led causes. Audrey firmly believes that 1+1=11, we all need to work in unity because we are so much stronger together.
It’s time to remake the world together, one superpower at a time.