Young And Powerful: 7 Most Influential Teens In 2017


Recently TIME has published a list of most influential teens of 2017 who were determined taking to account global impact through social media and overall ability to drive news. Nexter picked 7 most influential and powerflul tennagers in 2017.

Millie Bobby Brown, 13


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Netflix’s star of horror series Stranger Things who plays Eleven – a mysterious girl with telekinesis superpowers. Millie already got an Emmy nomination and worldwide fame.

Mikaila Ulmer, 13


Source: Rodolfo Gonzalez—Austin American-Statesman/AP

Mikaila is a genius young girl who scored an $11million deal with Whole Foods to sell her lemonade. It is a honey-sweetened drink with a tasty mint, flaxseed that came from her great-grandmother’s 1940 recipe. In such way Mikaila Ulmer hopes to save bees and support beekeepers.

Rayouf Alhumedhi, 16


Source: CNN

Rayouf is a Saudi teenager living in Germany who has proposed Apple to design a headscarf emoji. “It’s something important to my identity,” she says. Her campaign quickly gained steam, earning the support of Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian, and eventually Apple announced the emoji was on its way.


Source: CNN

Auli’i Cravalho, 16



Auliʻi Cravalho is an American actress and singer. She made her acting debut as the title character in the 2016 film Moana, which grossed more than $640 million at the global box office. Now Cravalho is taking on a new role- she’s about to play in NBC’s drama Rise.

Kaia Gerber, 16


Source: Luca Bruno/AP

Kaia is very lucky as she is the daughter of legendary supermodel Cindy Crawford and Rande Gerber. She already appeared on the cover of Vogue Paris at the age of 14 and at brands campaigns of Versace and Alexander Wang. In 2017 Gerber became one of the most in-demand runway models at New York Fashion Week.

Chloe Kim, 17


Source: Photo by Gary Bogdon 2016/

Kim’s snowboarding since she was 4,but  Kim didn’t fall hard for the sport. “I wanted to go play My Little Ponies,” she says. “But I was stuck on a mountain.” Now Kim, who last year became the first woman to ever land back-to-back 1080s (three full revolutions in the air) in competition, is widely seen as a favorite to win gold at the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea.

Hu Ranran, 18



After China’s efforts to set new regulations that put homosexuality alongside incest as cases of “abnormal sexual relationships” unfit for broadcast, Hu Ranran directed Escape – a 75-minute film about a transgender youth coming to terms with his sexual identity. It was released in her home country and made Hu very famous and influential teen.

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