Malala, Mo'ne Davis, & Jenner Sisters Among TIME's List of the 25 Most Influential Teens in 2014
On Monday, TIME debuted its list of this year's 25 Most Influential Teens. From activist (and recent Nobel Peace Prize winner) Malala Yousafzai to all-star athlete Mo'ne Davis, it's an inspiring group of young adults.
Mo'ne, 13, made headlines this year when she pitched a no-hitter in the Little League World Series and landed a cover of Sports Illustrated. But she's not the only athlete on the list. There's Lydia Ko, a 17-year-old golfer, who ranks third among all women worldwide.
Among the 25 teens, there are two pairs of superstar siblings: the Jenners and the Obamas. Kylie and Kendall Jenner may have gotten their start on reality TV, but they've managed to create an empire — with their own clothing line at PacSun and a dystopian YA novel. Then there's the First Daughters: Sasha (13) and Malia (16). These presidential sisters are both considered "figures of national interest" and style icons, according to TIME.
Then there's the trio of Ciara Judge (16), Émer Hickey (17), and Sophie Healy-Thow (17) — three Irish teens who took home the grand prize at the Google Science Fair for their discovery of a bacteria that speeds up the germination process of cereal crops, like barley and oats.
Modern Family actor Rico Rodriquez (16) is on the list, along with two 16-year-old stars from the social media platform Vine — Nash Grier and Shawn Mendes.
Click here to view the full list! Then tell us in the comments what you think. Is there anyone missing from this round-up?