Actress Millie Bobby Brown was named to TIME magazine's list of 100 Most Influential People at the age of 15. She is also known as UNICEF's youngest-ever Goodwill Ambassador, encouraging world leaders to invest more in the education of children.
Teen Asia Newson is one of America's youngest entrepreneurs. Raised in Detroit, Asia started Super Business Girl at the age of five, learning to make candles from her father. She is passionate about developing recognition of the potential that exists within every child.
Teen businessman Ollie Forsyth was bullied at school and struggled with dyslexia before finding his passion and starting his first business at age 13. He's now on track to become a millionaire by the time he turns 20. He believes in the importance of hard work, determination and persistence.