Episode 4


GRLPWR and Role Models

Museum educator Darcy-Tell Morales and media producer Daria McCall share their take on collective impact, young people leading social change, and the importance of fostering fearless self-expression for the next generation – because we’re all we really have. Together they attempt to understand just why they love Target so much but hate Walmart, and why they hate Amazon but can’t get enough of Prime.

TL;DL For Daria, avocado toast is just as important as buying a home. Darcy downloaded and signed up for a Stocks app once and hasn’t opened it since.


“It’s not always about me, but kind of what you’re able to give and leave the seed to whoever it is, whether it’s your kids, people nearby or family.”





Darcy-Tell Morales

Darcy-Tell Morales is Associate Museum Educator for Teen Programs at The Metropolitan Museum of Art. A Bronx native, Darcy has over 10 years of nonprofit experience in program management and development with high school and middle school aged youth. Her expertise is in youth development and academic enrichment in out-of-school-time environments, and she is passionate about bringing access and resources to youth.

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Daria McCall

Daria McCall is Producer at Complex Networks. A New Jersey native, Daria graduated from Rutgers University with a degree in marketing, and earned her Masters in Branding from the School of Visual Arts in 2016. Prior to her role at Complex, Daria has worked with Afropunk, Tribeca Film Festival, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, and Reebok.

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Jessie McGuire: Host
Shivani Gorle: Co-Producer
Whitney Burnett: Co-Producer
Chris O’Rourke: Theme music
Jurgen Miller: Editing & Sound engineering
ShowBriz Studios: Recording
Paul Windle & Julia Speller: Illustrations
Matty Brownell & Wednesday Krus: Website design



More than Instagram
and Avocado Toast.

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We worked with Verbate to learn about the habits and opinions of millennials throughout the country. The results we gathered are now in “Grounded in the Groundlessness,” a research report that defies the standard white paper and brings our key insights to life.


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