In a year in which a teen has won a Nobel Peace Prize, and is garnering attention as an emerging leader in the Hong Kong democracy protests, why am I not surprised when I see this young woman’s name on any list of outstanding or influential people?
I had the pleasure of finally meeting Jazz this summer, and I am exceedingly proud of her.
Between all of her other projects, promoting her bestselling I Am Jazz children’s book and her award winning advocacy for the trans community, she’s already accomplished at age 14 what it takes many people most o their lives to do.
She can add being named to the 2014 Time Magazine’s 25 Most Influential Teens List to that ever lengthening list of accomplishments.
And I’m not surprised she’s on this list along with Malala Yousafzai, Malia and Sasha Obama, Mo’ne Davis, Joshua Wong and other accomplished teens.
May wish to scroll down to the bottom of the page and show her some love in the poll that’s on the bottom of the article as well.
Congratulations Jazz on another major accomplishment!.