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Time 100 Most Influential People 2024: Who Made The List And Why They Matter



Time 100 Most Influential People 2024: Who Made The List And Why They Matter

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The new Time 100 Most Influential People list for 2024 is out, and it’s full of amazing folks who’ve really made a difference. From artists and leaders to inventors and pioneers, these are the people who’ve caught our eye and changed things for the better.

In the world of music and movies, you’ve got stars like Dua Lipa and Kylie Minogue who’ve won over fans worldwide. Actors like Dev Patel and Elliot Page are making films more diverse and interesting. And artists like Jenny Holzer and Sofia Coppola are getting us to think about things in new ways.

But it’s not just about famous faces. There are also people who are leading with big ideas and making a real impact. Leaders like Yulia Navalnaya and Donald Tusk are standing up for what’s right, while thinkers like Jensen Huang and Maya Rudolph are coming up with cool new stuff.

And then there are the trailblazers—the ones who are doing amazing things in their communities. From activists like America Ferrera and Ophelia Dahl to scientists like Yoshua Bengio and Sharon Lavigne, these are the people who inspire us to dream big and make a difference.

So, let’s take a closer look at these incredible individuals and why they matter so much. Check out the full list below!

CategoryNameReason for InclusionArtistsDua LipaRecognized for her impactful music and influence on pop culture.
Dev PatelAcknowledged for his versatile acting and contributions to film.
21 SavageCelebrated for his influential music and cultural significance.
Alia BhattRecognized for her contributions to Indian cinema and social impact.
Jenny HolzerRenowned for her thought-provoking art installations and activism.
Colman DomingoAcknowledged for his outstanding performances and advocacy work.
IconsTaraji P. HensonCelebrated for her groundbreaking roles and advocacy for mental health.
Kylie MinogueRecognized for her iconic music career and cultural influence.
Elliot PageAcknowledged for his activism and representation in the LGBTQ+ community.
Burna BoyCelebrated for his influential music and social activism.
Michael J. FoxRenowned for his acting career and advocacy for Parkinson’s disease research.
Thelma GoldenRecognized for her contributions to the art world and diversity advocacy.
TitansPatrick MahomesAcknowledged for his achievements in professional football and philanthropy.
Satya NadellaCelebrated for his leadership at Microsoft and contributions to technology.
A’ja WilsonRecognized for her achievements in basketball and advocacy for gender equality.
Kelly RipaAcknowledged for her contributions to television and philanthropic efforts.
Jack AntonoffCelebrated for his influence in music production and songwriting.
Thasunda Brown DuckettRecognized for her leadership in finance and efforts to promote diversity.
LeadersYulia NavalnayaAcknowledged for her activism and advocacy for democracy in Russia.
Narges MohammadiCelebrated for her human rights activism and advocacy for political prisoners.
Donald TuskRecognized for his political leadership and advocacy for European unity.
William LaiAcknowledged for his contributions to public health and leadership in Taiwan.
Greg AbbottCelebrated for his political leadership and advocacy for conservative causes.
Marina SilvaRecognized for her environmental activism and advocacy for indigenous rights.
InnovatorsJensen HuangAcknowledged for his leadership in technology and innovation at NVIDIA.
Maya RudolphCelebrated for her versatile acting career and comedic talent.
Shawn FainRecognized for his contributions to science and innovation in healthcare.
Siya KolisiAcknowledged for his achievements in rugby and social impact initiatives.
Akiko IwasakiCelebrated for her groundbreaking research in immunology.
Tory BurchRecognized for her fashion empire and philanthropic efforts.
PioneersAmerica FerreraAcknowledged for her activism and advocacy for Latinx representation.
Lesley LokkoCelebrated for her contributions to architecture and education.
Ophelia DahlRecognized for her humanitarian work and efforts to combat poverty.
Kennedy OdedeAcknowledged for his social entrepreneurship and community development work.
Yoshua BengioCelebrated for his pioneering research in artificial intelligence.
Asma KhanRecognized for her culinary achievements and advocacy for women in the industry.
Kelly Sawyer Patricof and Norah WeinsteinAcknowledged for their philanthropic efforts and contributions to children’s welfare.
Priyamvada NatarajanCelebrated for her groundbreaking research in astrophysics and cosmology.
Joel Habener, Svetlana Mojsov, and Dan DruckerRecognized for their research in diabetes and contributions to medical science.
Sam TsemberisAcknowledged for his pioneering work in housing and homelessness solutions.
Sharon LavigneCelebrated for her environmental activism and efforts to combat environmental racism.
Stuart OrkinRecognized for his contributions to genetics and advancements in medical research.

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