The prestigious Time magazine published this past Wednesday what it considers the 100 most influential people in the world in this 2021. Among the personalities we find all kinds of celebrities, from politicians, activists, singers, athletes or members of royalty, in a list where 54 women are positioned as the most influential in the world.
Spread out in several categories, the Duke and Duchess of Sessex, Prince Harry and his wife Megan Markle , head the category of icons, in addition to starring on the cover of this month of Time magazine, which has not been without controversy over the abusive use of the Photoshop in the couple.
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Athletes and singers
Within this list that Time magazine makes every year, we find well-known faces worldwide. As elite athletes, the American gymnast Simon Biles leads the Titans section in which names such as Tim Cook, Tom Brady, Allyson Felix and Luiza Trajano also appear.
Another of the sections with the most well-known faces globally is the one dedicated to artists, headed by actress Kate Winslet, where we also find Scarlett Johansson, Lil Nas X, Daniel Kaluuya or Barbara Kruger, among others.
Pioneers and leaders
Two sections of the list of the most influential on the planet awaken special interest, dedicated to the pioneers who have appeared in recent years and who are influencing society in some way.
The pioneers part is led by the internationally famous singer Billie Eilish, the athlete Sunisa Lee, Olimpia Coral Melo Cruz, a Mexican activist, Ben Crump or Aurora James.
The leaders section is filled with big names in international politics. The president of the United States, Joe Biden, appears along with Kamala Harrri, Mario Draghi, Donald Trump or Win Jinping , although the list is led by the economist and expert in international development, the Nigerian Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala.
Finally, Time magazine has also categorized a list of these influencers dedicated to the men and women who have worked the most against the pandemic and who have been influential throughout the planet with the Innovators section. This list includes John Nkengasong, founder of the African Center for Disease Control and Prevention; Lidia Morawaska, who led a study on the relationship of aerosols to the spread of the coronavirus; or the billionaire Elon Musk himself.