In Case You Missed It, These Are TIME'S 25 Most Influential Teens ...


Earlier this week, TIME released their list of the 25 most influential teens which ranged from Nobel Peace Prize winner Malala Yousafzai to reality stars Kendall and Kylie Jenner.

According to TIME, they "analyzed social-media followings, cultural accolades, business acumen and more, to determine this year’s list." It's ordered from youngest to oldest:

1. Mo’ne Davis, 13

Mo’ne Davis, 13

Mo'ne made Little League World Series history with a three-hit shutout game!

2. Sasha Obama, 13, and Malia Obama, 16

Sasha Obama, 13, and Malia Obama, 16

Malia has become a figure of national interest, creating a stir everywhere she goes.

Sasha has become quite the fashionista - when she was photographed in a unicorn sweatshirt, it sold out at ASOS in just a matter of days!

3. Kiernan Shipka, 14

Kiernan Shipka, 14

This Mad Men star has transformed before everyone's eyes and with her expanding resume, she's set to take over Hollywood very soon.

4. Jazz Jennings, 14

Jazz Jennings, 14

At such a young age, Jazz has already accomplished so much for the transgender community.

She started living as a girl when she was 5 years old and has had the opportunity to meet Barbara Walters and Bill Clinton already!

She even wrote a children's book that's loosely based on her life.

“I have a girl brain but a boy body,” Jazz wrote in the book.

“This is called transgender.

I was born this way!”

5. Flynn McGarry, 15

Flynn McGarry, 15

Flynn's a culinary rockstar.

He started his own supper club, Eureka.

It serves tasting menus (at $160 per person) at his mother’s Studio City home.

He has appeared on the cover of the New York Times Magazine, cooked on the Today show, and hopes to, one day, "have the best restaurant in the world."

6. Erik Finman, 15

Erik Finman, 15

Erik is the founder of, a tutoring service that offers help over video chat for teens!

To fund the site, Finman had invested in Bitcoin and found himself with $100,000.2

He then struck a deal with his parents...

if he's a millionaire by the age of 18, he won't have to attend college.

Nash Grier, 16
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