Young Influencers List, November Edition

Here you go, the November edition of the Young Influencers List. You can see all the past months lists here.

1. Chari and Dane Caston - co-founders of World Peace Connection, a lifestyle brand about taking action on things that inspire.

2. Dominic Russo - LA based speaker, humanitarian, international missions innovator, and founder of Missions.Me, creating large scale outreaches all around the world.

3. Marcus Hollinger - Atlanta based photographer and VP of Marketing for Reach Records.

4. Becca Stevens - Nashville based author of Love Heals, speaker, CNN Hero nominee, and founder of Thistle Farms.

5. Jason Romano - host of the Sports Spectrum Podcast, former ESPN producer, and author of Live to Forgive.

6. Andre Shinabarger - Atlanta based co-founder of Plywood People and the Love or Work Project and Podcast.

7. James Kelly - Ontario based founder of Faith Tech, a global hub and community for bridging the gap between faith and technology.

Young Influencers List, October Edition

Here you go, the October edition of the Young Influencers List. You can see all the past month’s lists here.

1. Kareem Manuel - Atlanta based musician, designer, and founder of We. Society apparel.

2. Alex Seeley - Nashville based author of the book Tailor Made, and lead pastor of The Belonging Co.

3. DeVon Franklin - LA based speaker, author, producer and director of multiple films, including the upcoming movie Breakthrough.

4. Ben Malcolmson - Seattle based speaker and author of new book Walk On, and special assistant to Pete Carroll with the Seattle Seahawks.

5. Meredith Knox - South Carolina teacher and staff member of Newspring Church.

6. Luke Dooley - Cincinatti based director of the Ocean Conference and helping lead Ocean Accelerator.

7. Ryan Miller - entrepreneur, writer and creator of new film Chasing Wild releasing in 2019.

Young Influencers List, September Edition

Here you go, the September edition of the Young Influencers List. You can see all the past month’s lists here.

1. Nona Jones - speaker, author, and manager of Faith based partnerships at Facebook.

2. Luke Hellenbronth - UK based singer, songwriter, and worship leader with Worship Central and at Gas Street Church in Birmingham, England.

3. Catherine Lowe - Dallas based winner of The Bachelor and founder/CEO of Lowe Co, a noted graphic design and artistry company.

4. Stephen Brewster - Nashville based creative coach, producer, consultant, and music advisor.

5. Jonathan Smith - Cincinatti based founder and CEO of Kai Coach, a health and wellness startup, featured and included in TechStars 2018 summer cohort.

6. Andrew Stoddard – Colorado Springs based lead acquisitions editor for book publishing company Waterbrook & Multnomah.

7. Brianna Pate - Grand Rapids based communicator, producer and executive director at Trinity Mission Church.

Young Influencers List, August Edition

Here you go, the August edition of the Young Influencers List. You can see all the past month’s lists here.

1. Maria Taylor - ESPN host, sports analyst and part of the College Gameday crew.

2. Michael Pugh - Birmingham based CEO of Premier Productions, one of the nation’s most influential touring and event companies.

3. Onterio Green - Dallas based young adults and internet pastor at The Potters House.

4. Toni Collier - Atlanta based communicator, host, consultant and speaker.

5. Clark Campbell - Chattanooga based co-founder of Social Lion, a social media and digital marketing agency, and the Real Time Summit.

6. Jason Jaggard - LA based speaker, coach, and co-founder of Novus Global, an executive coaching company working with corporate leaders.

7. Baltazar Pazos - Redding based Chief technology and design director for Bethel.

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