71 Azam Jangravi, Human rights activist
(NEW) Protested against hijab requirement in Iran back in 2017. Informs the world about protests.
72 Ravi Gulati, Founder of Manzil
(NEW) Tutors underprivileged in New Delhi with Manzil, advocates for children.
73 Madonna, Artist
(NEU) Starts 40th anniversary world tour, remains icon of breaking taboos.
74 Oliver Beer, Artist
(NEW) Combines sound and space to create art, creates images through sound resonance. Visionary.
75 Mary J. Blige, Singer
(NEW) Coined RnB, celebrated comeback with Super Bowl appearance. Six Grammy nominations.
76 Andreas Kronthaler, Designer
(NEU) Upholds the achievements of his wife Vivienne Westwood, carries on her legacy.
77 Sister Marilyn Lacey, Founder “Mercy Beyond Boarders”
(6) Has helped refugees for 40 years with the organization she founded. A heroine.
78 Jonas Kaufmann, Singer
(79) Thrills millions of classical music fans with his voice and vast repertoire.
79 Thomas Heatherwick, Architect
(NEU) Created “Little Island” in the Hudson River, a real oasis as big as a soccer field.
80 Stefan Sagmeister, Graphic designer
(57) Changed our understanding of design, redefined beauty with the show “Beauty”.
81 Dolly Parton, Singer
(NEW) Shaped the U.S. music world for decades, donates millions to medical research.
82 Refik Anadol, New Media Artist
(99) Digital media artist, works with artificial intelligence in his work.
83 David Attenborough, Wildlife researcher and legend
(84) Sets a monument to wildlife with new documentary “Wild Isles.” Iconic.
84 Samia Hassan, President of Tanzania
(NEW) First female president of Tanzania and second female head of government in Africa. Pioneering woman.
85 Amol K Patil, Conceptual artist
(NEW) Enthusiast at Documenta 15, uncovers vibrant sounds of houses in Mumbai.
86 Antony Gormley, Sculptor
(NEW) Describes the human body in sculpture in his work. Unique.
87 Max Hollein, Director Metropolitan Museum of Art
(Re-Entry) Leads the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York with vision and success. Strong.
88 Steven Pinker, Harvard Professor
(Re-Entry) Explains the future to us. Bill Gates calls his books “some of the most important of all time.”
89 Mauro Porcini, Chief Design Officer Pepsi
(NEW) Director of Innovation and Design at Pepsi, brings new ideas to the corporate world.
90 Roshi Joan Halifax, Visionary Buddhist
(NEW) Founder of Upaya Zen Center Santa Fe, USA. Brings us closer to Buddhism.
91 Isabelle Huppert, Actress
(NEW) Star of French cinema, stars alongside August Diehl in the film “Sidonie in Japan.”
92 Fred Moten, Professor at NY University
(75) American theorist, poet and critic, inspired generations of artists.
93 Cecilia Alemanne, Director Venice Biennale 2022
(85) Highly praised from “Observer” to “New York Times”: “Most important Biennale”. Strong performance.
94 Christiana Figueres, Climate campaigner
(Re-Entry) Diplomat who negotiated the Paris climate agreement. Bravely continues on her path.
95 Bernd Kolb, Mystic & Visionary
(NEW) The “Columbus of cyberspace” teaches us Far Eastern wisdom. A mastermind.
96 Thaddaeus Ropac, Gallerist
(62) Visionary of the art scene, represents some of the greatest artists of our time.
97 Osama Manzar, Activist
(NEW) Founder of the Digital Empowerment Foundation, brings the Internet to India’s most remote rural areas.
98 Roger Nelson, Scientist
(53) Princeton researcher explores global consciousness: “We are all connected.”
99 Vitali Klitschko, Politiker
(11) Kiev’s mayor gives hope to the people in his city. A fighter – and winner.
100 Charles Howard, Reverend
(NEW) First Vice President for Social Justice at the University of Pennsylvania. A pioneer.