Tim Cook, Caitlyn Jenner And Riccardo Tisci Top Time 100 Most Influential List

LGBT members Tim Cook, Caitlyn Jenner, and Riccardo Tisci have each topped this years annual 100 most influential list by Time Magazine.

Tim Cook makes it onto the list for another year running as the openly gay CEO of Apple. Disney CEO Bob Iger wrote a testimony to the business head as he said: “Behind his soft-spoken demeanor and Southern manners is a focused fearlessness that comes from deep personal conviction. Tim is committed to doing the right thing, in the right way, at the right time and for the right reasons. As CEO, he’s led Apple to new heights, and he continues to build a global brand that is universally recognized as an industry leader and widely respected for its values.”

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Caitlyn Jenner marks her second consecutive year on the list for her continued work as a transgender activist. Public speaker on trans rights Wayne Maines wrote: “I have the greatest respect for her courage and commitment to truth. The courage that she displays is helping challenge society to change. I am so pleased that she has fulfilled her dreams and that she is now helping our children do the same.”

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Riccardo Tisci may be the least recognised name of the three, but the fashion designer has been making moments in his industry for years. Donatella Versace wrote: “The next generation of fashion is so important to me. I love to watch the next big stars develop and to help nurture them whenever I can. Riccardo is so brave and fearless, I sometimes think he must have Versace blood somewhere in his body. He is more than just a friend to me—he is family.”

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Among the three LGBT stars sat many gay rights advocates such as Ariana Grande, Mark Zuckerberg, Bernie Sanders and Nicki Minaj, to name a few. Read the rest of the list below!

Pioneers

Aziz Ansari
Caitlyn Jenner
Laura Esserman and Shelley Hwang
Palmer Luckey
Sunita Narain
Roy Choi
Felix Kjellberg (a.k.a. PewDiePie)
Hope Jahren
Dan Carder
Nadia Murad
Lee Berger
Mussie Zerai
Marc Edwards and Mona Hanna-Attisha
Christiana Figueres
Alan Stern
Raj Panjabi
Ibtihaj Muhammad
Gina Rodriguez
Kathy Niakan
Kip Thorne
Lin-Manuel Miranda

Titans

Tim Cook

Binny Bansal and Sachin Bansal
Yuri Milner
Mohammed bin Nayef
Katie Ledecky
Dwayne Johnson
Pope Francis
Sundar Pichai
Wang Jianlin
Kathleen Kennedy
Eli Broad
Stephen Curry
Priscilla Chan and Mark Zuckerberg

Artists

Kendrick Lamar

Gael García Bernal
Taraji P. Henson
Melissa McCarthy
Elena Ferrante
Riccardo Tisci
Ryan Coogler
Ariana Grande
Idris Elba
Bjarke Ingels
Oscar Isaac
Ta-Nehisi Coates
Guo Pei
Julia Louis-Dreyfus
Mark Rylance
Charlize Theron
Yayoi Kusama
Priyanka Chopra

Leaders

Kim Jong Un

Recep Tayyip Erdogan
Vladimir Putin
Paul Ryan
Diana Natalicio
Lori Robinson
Lester Holt
Queen Máxima
Ted Cruz
François Hollande
Darren Walker
James Comey
Raghuram Rajan
Hillary Clinton
Aung San Suu Kyi
Sergio Moro
Justin Trudeau
Xi Jinping
Barack Obama
Mauricio Macri
Jaha Dukureh
Reince Priebus
Tsai Ing-wen
Sean MacFarland
Bernie Sanders
Nikki Haley
Jin Liqun
Donald Trump
Angela Merkel
John Kerry
Christine Lagarde

Icons

Nicki Minaj

Lewis Hamilton
Usain Bolt
Marilynne Robinson
Karlie Kloss
Jordan Spieth
Alejandro González Iñárritu
Adele
Tu Youyou
Denis Mukwege
Sania Mirza
Ronda Rousey
Leonardo DiCaprio
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