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NEW YORK, Feb.17, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Today, TIME unveils the 2021 TIME100 Next List, an addition to the flagship TIME100 franchise that honors 100 aspiring executives who are the future of entertainment, health, politics, business and design more

The next edition of 2021 TIME100 will feature six global covers, each highlighting a member of the list: actor Dua Lipa, actor Maitreyi Ramakrishnan, athlete Marcus Rashford, Finnish Prime Minister Sanna Marin, fashion designer Telfar Clemens and the author Brit Bennett

The TIME100 Next list contains surprising pairings of list members and guest contributors that TIME selects to write about. The second annual list includes: Jennifer Lopez on Charli D’Amelio; Tony Hawk on Nyjah Huston; Anthony Fauci on Kizzmekia Corbett; Mitt Romney on Ben Sasse; Seth Meyers on Amber Ruffin; Shonda Rhimes on Regé-Jean Page; Beto O’Rourke on Lina Hidalgo; Jacinda Ardern on Ayesha Verrall; Killer Mike on Lil Baby; Jurnee Smollett on Misha Green; J Balvin on Anitta; Joaquin Castro on Dairon Elisondo Rojas, Spike Lee on John David Washington; Greta Thunberg on Vanessa Nakate; Gwen Stefani on Olivia Rodrigo; Ashley Graham on Paloma Elsesser; Rachel Maddow on Steve Kornacki; Bernice A King on Jon Ossoff; Jamie Lee Curtis on Ana de Armas; Juan Guaidó on Svetlana Tikhanovskaya; Zendaya on Hunter Schafer; Allyson Felix on Sydney McLaughlin; Judd Apatow on John Wilson; Garth Brooks on Luke Combs; Madeline Albright on Jake Sullivan and many more

The Editor-in-Chief and CEO of TIME, Edward Felsenthal, wrote in his letter to readers: “In the midst of a global pandemic that deepens inequality, systemic injustice and existential questions about truth, democracy and the planet itself, the people ask Clearly-eyed hope on this year’s list, as the actor, composer and director Lin-Manuel Miranda puts it in his tribute to poet and TIME100 Next awardee Amanda Gorman. They are advocates of doctors and scientists fighting COVID-19 of equality and justice, journalists who stand up for the truth, and artists who share their visions of the present and future “https: // bitly / 3k4lKtm

Of the 2021 list, TIME100 editor-in-chief Dan Macsai says: “Everyone on this list is ready to make history and in fact many already have”

On Friday, February 19 at 1300:00 CET, TIME will add members to the list for TIME100 calls Presents the 2021 TIME100 Next The special part of the virtual series presented by Citi, in which executives from all areas come together to highlight solutions and promote measures for a better world, is moderated by actor Maitreyi Ramakrishnan and features special musical performances by Dua Lipa, Luke Combs, Phoebe Bridgers and Anitta members of the new TIME100 Next list will take part in special appearances throughout the event, including actor Regé-Jean Page, cast Chloe X Halle, comedian Amber Ruffin, actor Hunter Schafer, CEO of Upsolve, Rohan Pavaluri, the CEO of Depop, Maria Raga, the marine biologist Ayana Elizabeth Johnson, doctor Dr Dairon Elisondo Rojas, political strategist Jessica Byrd and more At https: // bit you can register and view the full list of guests and performersly / 37kLUma

The TIME100 Next has no age limit. Felsenthal writes about this year’s list: “Although recognition of tomorrow’s leaders is suitable for a younger group, we purposely do not have an age limit, a confirmation that ascents can begin at any age. The youngest person On this list is, for example, the 16-year-old entertainer Charli D’Amelio, who has more than 100 million followers on TikTok. One of the oldest is 51-year-old Raphael Warnock, a Democratic Senator from Georgia whose recent election “marked the beginning of a new south “represents, writes Rev Bernice A King, the CEO of the Martin Luther King Jr Center for Nonviolent Social Change “

This year’s list includes 54 women, including: Phoebe Bridgers, Maria Raga, Ana de Armas, Janja Garnbret, Florence Pugh, Clementine Jacoby, Anya Taylor-Joy, Guo Ningning, Sohla El-Waylly, Sarah Al Amiri, Shira Haas and more

The next 2021 TIME100 list includes several doctors, scientists and health professionals fighting the COVID-19 pandemic Among them: New Zealand Minister of Health Dr Ayesha Verrall, doctor Dr Dairon Elisondo Rojas, Managing Director of Get Us PPE Dr Shikha Gupta, union leader Dr Izkia Siches Pastén, immunologist Dr Kizzmekia S Corbett and more

Activists, lawyers and philanthropists fighting for equality and justice on the list: political strategist Jessica Byrd, activist Bartosz Staszewski, president of Justice for Migrant Women Mónica RamÃrez, #EndSARS activists Feyikemi Abudu, Odunayo Eweniyi and Damilola Odufuwa More

The 2021 TIME100 Next also includes emerging leaders fighting climate change: writer Julian Brave NoiseCat, marine biologist Ayana Elizabeth Johnson, lawyer Vanessa Nakate, and Sierra Leone Mayor Yvonne Aki-Sawyerr

The list contains US. political figures like Ben Sasse, Raphael Warnock, Jon Ossoff, Lina Hidalgo, Adam Kinzinger, Parker Poling and others

The list also includes 1 character spelled under a pseudonym: Koyoharu Gotouge, the author of the Demon Slayer franchise

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