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Edgers of the year 2014

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A little over a year ago we introduced the world to Generation Edge, the generation after Millennials and one we feel is unlike any other...

...this generation are resilient, self-starting reformers. They’ve got a view of the way they want the world to be and understand that they are going to have to be the ones to change it!

We like to think of 2014 as the year of Edge and the talented, tenacious, tech-empowered guys and girls you’ll see over the next 20 pages exemplify what Edge is all about, they are....quite literally, changing the world as we know it!

Edgers of the year 2014

  1. GENERATION 20 UNDER 20:THE KIDS THAT ARE CHANGING THE WORLD UNDERSTANDING A NEW GENERATION WWW.THESOUNDHQ.COM
  2. 20 UNDER 20:2014 EDGER’S OF THE YEAR A  little  over  a  year  ago  we  introduced  the  world  to  Generation  Edge,  the   generation  after  Millennials  and  one  we  feel  is  unlike  any  other... ...this  generation  are  resilient,  self-­‐starting  reformers.  They’ve  got  a  view  of  the   way  they  want  the  world  to  be  and  understand  that  they  are  going  to  have  to  be   the  ones  to  change  it! We  like  to  think  of  2014  as  the  year  of  Edge  and  the  talented,  tenacious,  tech-­‐ empowered  guys  and  girls  you’ll  see  over  the  next  20  pages  exemplify  what   Edge  is  all  about,  they  are....quite  literally,  changing  the  world  as  we  know  it!
  3. SHOW THE BOYS HOW IT’S DONE...Mo’ne Davis Davis  shot  to  fame  this  year  after  becoming  the  3irst  girl  in  Little  League  history  to  pitch  a   winning  game  for  the  Taney  Dragons,  a  shutout  at  that,  leading  them  to  a  4-­‐0  win  over  Nashville.   With  her  3irst  Sports  Illustrated  -­‐  who  named  her  sports  kid  of  the  year  -­‐  cover  under  her  belt   she’s  now  turning  her  attention  to  basketball  and  ful3illing  her  dream  of  becoming  one  of   Geno  Auriemma’s  Huskies  at  the  University  of  Connecticut,  a  dream  she’ll  have  plenty  of  time  to   work  towards  as  Mo’ne  is  due  to  graduate  from  Middle  School  next  year! "I  never  thought  at  the  age  of  13  I'd  be  a  role  model.  I  always  wanted  to  be  a  role   model,  but  being  a  baseball  role  model  is  really  cool."   Mo’Ne Davis, speaking to ESPN MOST LIKELY TO
  4. COOK UP A STORM...Flynn McGarry At  10  he  decided  he  wanted  to  cook,  by  11  1/2  he  was  running  his  widely  acclaimed  Eureka   supper  club  out  of  his  parents  home. Understanding  -­‐  as  Edgers  do  -­‐  that  honing  your  craft  is  crucial  to  success,  McGarry  -­‐  now  15  -­‐   home  schools,  giving  him  time  to  spend  up  to  160  hours  a  month  plying  his  trade  in  prestigious   kitchens  such  as  Eleven  Madison  Park,  Alinea  and  Alma. Which  is  just  as  well,  as  the  shy  kid  from  South  California  plans  to  open  the  worlds  best   restaurant  by  the  time  he  hits  19! “Flynn’s  focus,  passion,  and  interest  in  cooking  are  rarely  found  in  any  cook—let  alone   a  thirteen-­‐year-­‐old.” Daniel Humm, chef, Eleven Madison Park MOST LIKELY TO
  5. STYLE IT OUT...Tavi Gevinson Illinois  native  Gevinson  founded  her  3irst  blog  -­‐  Style  Rookie  -­‐  at  the  tender  age  of  11.  Soon  after   it  was  attracting  over  30,000  readers  a  day  and  a  star  was  born. Tavi  has  since  broadened  her  reach  through  Rookie  magazine,  which  she  founded  3  years  later   in  2011  and  has  used  to  speak  to  wider  issues  affecting  teenage  girls  with  the  help  of  guest   contributions  from  the  likes  of  Judd  Apatow  and  Lena  Dunham. "…personal  style  is  an  opportunity  to  kind  of  create  your  own  fantasy.  And  that  can  be  -­‐   and  this  word  is  so  overused  -­‐  but  empowering  in  a  way,  especially  when  you  feel  like   you  have  a  certain  force  Gield  around  you  to  the  outside  world."   Tavi Gevinson MOST LIKELY TO
  6. MOST LIKELY TO TAKE CENTER STAGE...Quvenzhané Wallis With  a  presence  and  con3idence  that  embodies  Edge  while  belying  her  tender  age,  Wallis  -­‐  too   young  at  the  time  -­‐  had  to  lie  about  her  age  as  she  beat  out  over  4000  contenders  to  land  the   role  of  Hushpuppy  in  critically  acclaimed  movie  “Beasts  of  the  Southern  Wild”,  her  3irst  ever   acting  role. A  role  that  would  land  her  the  youngest  ever  Best  Actress  nomination  at  the  2012  Academy   Awards,  at  just  9  years  old,  and  one  that  provided  a  platform  for  subsequent  performances  in   more  Academy  Award  winners  such  as  2013’s  “12  Years  a  Slave”  and  a  Golden  Globe  nominated   performance  for  this  years  Annie. “Nothing  else  matters  except  that  I  have  fun,  and  I'm  still  having  fun.” Quvenzhané Wallis
  7. BUILD A BETTER FUTURE...Shubham Banerjee "I  just  wanted  to  help  the  visually  impaired.  I  had  a  Lego  Robotics  kit,  so  I  asked,  'Why  not  just   try  that?” Not  your  typical  Silicon  Valley  start  up  and  not  your  typical  teenager.  This  was  Banerjee’s   response  when  he  realized  the  cost  of  Braille  machines  and  promptly  founded  Braigo  labs  to   ensure  they  were  more  accessible  to  all. It’s  a  cause  that  computer  giant  Intel  have  backed,  making  Banerjee  the  youngest  ever  recipient   of  venture  capital    and  helping  him  land  Time  Incs.  “Innovation  of  the  Year”  for  2014.   "Shubham  Banerjee  is  among  a  couple  dozen  entrepreneurs  who  received  funding   from  Intel  Capital  on  Tuesday,  but  he  is  probably  the  only  one  whose  father  had  to   drive  him  there"   Silicon Valley Business Journal MOST LIKELY TO
  8. RUN FOR PRESIDENT...Asean Johnson Johnson  became  somewhat  of  an  internet  sensation  after  a  video  of  his  speech  protesting  school   closures  in  Chicago  went  viral,  a  popularity  that  grew  even  further  after  his  rousing  display   during  2013’s  Realize  the  Dream  march,  aged  just  9  years  old. Some  tip  him  as  a  future  Mayor  of  Chicago  in  2025  -­‐  when  he  will  have  just  turned  21,  he  hopes   to  become  a  politician  or  scientist  with  a  particular  interest  in  preserving  our  water  supplies  -­‐   all  this  while  managing  his  honors  workload  in  5th  grade! “I  am  marching  for  education,  justice  and  freedom.  All  over  the  country  public   education  is  under  attack.  Every  school  deserves  equal  funding  and  resources.” Asean Johnson MOST LIKELY TO
  9. SHAKE THE INDUSTRY...Lorde Her  breakthrough  hit  “Royals”  off  the  widely  popular  Pure  Heroine  album  has  garnered  her  as   much  attention  as  it  has  industry  accolades  -­‐  including  2  Grammies  in  2014.  But  it’s  the  way   Lorde  has  gone  about  it  that  gives  her  a  distinct  Edge! Seen  as  the  anti-­‐thesis  to  the  “dumbed  down”  or  over  sexualized  path  many  of  her  peers   embody,  she’s  been  named  Billboards  new  queen  of  alternative  and  has  been  celebrated  for   forging  her  own  path  on  the  way  to  global  success. "But  the  popularity  of  Pure  Heroine  suggests  all  is  not  lost.  It  says  there's  still  an   intellectual,  polished  and  important  place  for  pop,  that  doesn't  rely  on  open  letters,   open  legs,  Twitter,  twerking  and  obscenely  desperate  electro  hooks” Clash Magazine MOST LIKELY TO
  10. SHINE IN THE DARK...Ann Makosinski When  Ann  Makosinski  found  out  that  her  pen  pal  in  the  Philippines  was  failing  school  as  she  had   no  electricity,  and  therefore  light  at  home  to  help  her  study  -­‐  she  set  about  3inding  a  solution  to  a   problem  that  affects  over  1  billion  people  worldwide. Her  hand-­‐heat  powered  “Hollow  Torch”  has  been  hailed  as  a  stroke  of  genius  and  has  gone  a   long  way  to  solving  this  problem  and  providing  a  giant  leap  forward  for  thermo-­‐electricity. 3  Ted  Talks  and  an  appearance  on  Jimmy  Fallon  later  sees  her  continuing  to  work  on  improving   her  3lashlights  brightness  and  ef3iciency  and  looks  to  shine  a  light  on  everyone’s  world! “I  was  always  taking  garbage  from  around  the  house,  taking  things  apart  and  putting   them  together.  I  just  wanted  to  make  things  better.” Ann Makosinski MOST LIKELY TO
  11. MOST LIKELY TO FEED THE WORLD...Ciara Judge, Emer Hickey and Sophie Healy-Thow Inspired  by  stories  they  had  read  about  the  2011  famine  in  the  Horn  of  Africa,  these  three  county   Cork  natives  looked  for  ways  they  could  try  and  help  to  improve  food  production  world  wide. A  3  year  study,  using  and  studying  Diazotroph  -­‐  a  naturally  occurring  soil  based  bacteria  -­‐   provided  them  great  success,  speeding  up  the  germination  process  and  has  the  potential  to   increase  crop  yield  by  up  to  74%. The  trio  took  home  the  grand  prize  at  this  years  Google  Science  Fair  and  in  the  process  have   unearthed  3indings  that  will  aid  the  global  food  poverty  battle  immeasurably. “The  girls  determined  that  the  bacteria  could  be  used  to  speed  up  the  the  germination   process  of  certain  crops,  like  barley  and  oats,  by  50  percent,  potentially  helping  fulGill   the  rising  demand  for  food  worldwide.  Oh—and  they’re  16  years  old.” GoogleBlog, September 22nd 2014
  12. MAKE A STAND...Joshua Wong Wong  -­‐  along  with  schoolmate  and  friend  Ivan  Lam  -­‐  established  Scholarist  in  2011  to  protest   against  “moral  and  national  education”  curriculum  proposed  in  his  native  Hong  Kong.  The  call  was   heard  by  over  100,000  protestors  and  the  plans  were  promptly  withdrawn  while  Wong  received   acclaim  and  notoriety  in  equal  parts  for  his  role. Earlier  this  year,  he  was  detained  for  40  hours  for  his  role  in  the  student  protests  against  the   NPCSC’s  decision  on  the  proposed  electoral  reform. He  remains  the  face  of  this  political  activism,  all  the  while  insisting  that  the  real  heroes   are  “every  Hong  Kong  citizen.” “He’s  so  young  but  so  wise  that  you  can’t  help  but  have  a  lot  of  time  for  him  …  He  is   every  mother’s  son  –  Gilial,  polite,  principled,  hard-­‐working. Michael Vidler, Human Rights Lawyer MOST LIKELY TO
  13. BE HAPPY...Logan LaPlante LaPlantes  2013  TedX  speech  at  the  University  of  Nevada  has  received  over  7.5  million  views  on   YouTube  alone  and  speaks  to  his  idea  for  the  future  of  education....HackSchooling. When  LaPlante  grows  up  he’s  focusing  on  something  simple...on  being  happy  -­‐  something  he   feels  many  14  year  olds  -­‐  like  him  -­‐  aren’t  being  prepared  for. The  3lexibility  and  creativity  his  “hacked”  education  and  schedule  has  afforded  him  have  seen   him  pursue  competitive  skiing,  intern  and  later  design  for  Big  Truck  Brand  and  spread  the   HackSchooling  approach  wherever  he  goes! “They  (hackers)  are  innovators,  they  challenge  and  change  the  systems  to  make  them   work  differently,  to  make  them  work  better” Logan Laplante MOST LIKELY TO
  14. MAKE SOME NOISE...Unlocking The Truth Malcolm  Brickhouse,  13,  Jarad  Dawkins,  12,  and  Alec  Atkins,  13  have  had  a  passion  for  Metal   since  they  were  seven  years  old. However,  growing  up  in  Flatbush,  Brooklyn.  Birthplace  to  established  rappers  such  as  Talib   Kweli  and  Busta  Rhymes,  it  isn’t  the  most  obvious  rise  to  musical  notoriety. Neither  is  leveraging  Times  Square  performances  -­‐  that  subsequently  went  viral  -­‐  into  becoming   the  youngest  artists  ever  signed  to  Sony  in  a  $1.8  million  deal. But  then  these  aren’t  your  average  teenagers  and  they’re  certainly  not  your  average  band! “Music  is  music,  and  as  long  as  you  can  express  yourself  in  a  way  that  you  think  is  good   for  people  to  hear  then  it’s  something  you  should  do.  I  wish  everybody  could  not  be   afraid  to  do  the  things  they  want  to  do.” Jarad Dawkins, Unlocking the Truth MOST LIKELY TO
  15. TO KEEP IT REAL...Julia Bluhm Using  Change.org  as  a  platform  and  having  heard  too  many  of  her  peers  in  ballet  class  commenting   on  their  own  weight,  enough  was  enough  for  Julia  Bluhm.   Her  petition  “Seventeen  Magazine:  Give  Girls  Images  of  Real  Girls”  urged  the  magazine  to  re-­‐think   the  imagery  it  was  purporting  and  think  on  the  consequences  of  their  actions. As  a  result  of  the  80,000+  signatures  her  cause  attracted,  Seventeen  Magazine  pledged  to  “celebrate   every  kind  of  beauty”  by  ensuring  they  use  only  real  images,  girls  and  models  within  their  pages  -­‐  a   huge  step  forward  which  has  now  been  widely  adopted  by  other  major  publications. As  for  Julia,  she  harbors  dreams  of  becoming  a  professional  ballet  dancer  but  continues  to  have  her   voice  heard  as  a  contributor  to  the  SPARK  movement  and  blog! "I've  always  just  known  how  Photoshop  can  have  a  big  effect  on  girls  and  their  body   image  and  how  they  feel  about  themselves," Julia Bluhm, speaking to the Huffington Post MOST LIKELY TO
  16. INSPIRATIONAL...Malala Yousafazai Born  into  a  family  that  ran  a  chain  of  schools  in  her  native  Swat  Valley  (Pakistan),  Malala  advocated  for   education  and  for  women  from  an  early  age.  Aged  just  11  she  wrote  -­‐  under  pseudonym  -­‐  a  blog  for  the  BBC   that  spoke  to  her  life  under  the  Taliban  regime. After  Adam  Ellick  picked  up  her  story  and  made  a  documentary  for  the  New  York  Times  about  her  life  as   the  Pakistani  military  intervened  in  the  area  Malala  quickly  became  a  face  for  the  movement,  giving  several   interviews  and  picking  up  a  nomination  for  the  International  children's  peace  prize  from  Desmond  Tutu. Then,  shockingly,  on  October  9th,  2012  a  Taliban  gunman  boarded  the  bus  Malala  travelled  to  school  on,   asked  for  her  by  name  and  shot  3  times.  She  was  taken  to  England  for  life  saving  surgery  and  her  recovery   resulted  in  a  massive  outpouring  of  support.  Despite  remaining  a  terrorist  target  she  remains  a  staunch   activist,  penning  an  auto-­‐biography  I  Am  Malala  in  2013  and  becoming  the  youngest  ever  recipient  of  the   Nobel  Peace  Prize  in  2014. “A  brave  and  gentle  advocate  of  peace  who  through  the  simple  act  of  going  to  school   became  a  global  teacher.”   U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon MOST
  17. REWRITE THE RULES...Jazz Jennings At  age  2,  Jazz  Jennings  began  voicing  her  feelings  that  “she  was  a  girl”,  by  5  she  had  become  the   youngest  person  ever  to  be  diagnosed  with  gender  dysphoria  -­‐  a  signi3icant  unease  with  the   characteristics  of  ones  gender  while  readily  identifying  with  the  opposite  gender  -­‐  while  it   hasn’t  always  been  easy,  she  hasn’t  looked  back  since. She’s  met  Bill  Clinton  been  interviewed  by  the  likes  of  Barbara  Walters  and  Katie  Couric  and  is   considered  by  many  as  “The  New  Face  of  Transgender  Youth”. Earlier  this  year  she  co-­‐wrote  her  3irst  book,  “I  am  Jazz”,  the  3irst  children’s  book  aimed  at   helping  kids  understand  what  transgender  is  -­‐  as  she  says  within  the  pages  “..this  is   transgender,  I  was  born  this  way”. "I  am  happy.  I  am  having  fun.  I  am  proud!  I  am  Jazz!" Jazz Jennings MOST LIKELY TO
  18. GO VIRAL...Nash Grier No-­‐one  -­‐  perhaps  -­‐  better  exempli3ies  the  role  of  celebrity  in  the  digital  age  than  16  year  old  Nash  Grier With  over  20  million  followers  across  various  social  media  platforms,  most  notably  Vine,  where  his  6   second  clips  around  the  minutiae  of  high  school  fans  have  earned  him  throngs  of  loyal  fans  and  made   him  the  most  followed  user! That’s  not  to  say  his  rise  to  fame  has  been  without  controversy.  He’s  been  called  sexist,  racist  and   homophobic  for  Vines  and  Tweets  he  has  since  purged  and  apologized  for Whether  these  are  the  mis-­‐steps  of  an  adolescent  on  a  rise  to  super  stardom  or  a  crushing  fall  remain   to  be  seen  -­‐  one  things  for  certain  Grier  is  here  and  he’s  leading  new  wave  of  digital  celebrities! “For    a  certain  class  of  adolescent,  if  you  tried  to  design  the  world’s  most  viral  human,   you  couldn’t  do  better  than  Nash.”   Bianca Nosker, Huffington Post MOST LIKELY TO
  19. RALLY THE TROOPS...Talia Leman In  2005,  Talia  saw  news  coverage  around  Hurricane  Katrina  and  knew  she  wanted  to  help  -­‐  her  idea,   TLC  (which  stands  for  trick  or  treating  for  the  levee  catastrophe)  was  to  mobilize  her  peers  around   the  country  and  trick  or  treat  for  coins  instead  of  candy  to  help  those  affected  by  the  hurricane. Her  efforts  snowballed  quickly  and  Talia  -­‐  in  her  role  as  Chief  Executive  Optimist  -­‐  quickly  found   herself  at  the  helm  of  an  effort  that  raised  over  $10  million. From  there  -­‐  with  the  help  of  her  family  -­‐  she  set  up  RandomKid.org,  a  website  designed  to  give  kids   like  her  the  ideas,  resources  and  tools  to  give  back  and  make  a  difference.  Something  she  continues   to  do,  working  with  over  12  million  youths  across  20  countries  since  RandomKids  inception! "The  moment  when  the  random  youth  who  come  to  us  realize  that  we  are  here  to  work   FOR  them.  That’s  what  makes  me  happiest" Talia Leman MOST LIKELY TO
  20. GO FOR EXTRA CREDIT...Erik Finman Taking  a  $1000  birthday  gift  from  his  grandma,  Erik  Finman  invested  it  in  a  -­‐  then  -­‐  obscure  digital   currency  called  Bitcoin. Less  than  2  years  later  and  Finmans  investment  had  matured,  signi3icantly,  to  the  tune  of  $100,000. Not  one  to  rest  on  his  laurels,  Erik  fed  the  money  into  his  start  up  Botangle  which  aims  to  remove  any   limitations  on  learning  experiences  whether,  as  Finman  comments  “they're  from  rural  Idaho,  New   York  or  even  Africa." He  now  employs  a  staff  of  20  and  caters  Botangle’s  offer  to  be  specialized,  one  on  one  and  open  to  all! "What  a  lot  of  people  don’t  understand,  young  or  old,  is  that  you  can  create  anything   you  want  with  no  barrier  to  entry  on  the  Internet." Erik Finman MOST LIKELY TO
  21. CONNECTED...Nick D’Aloisio Nick  D’Aloisio  epitomizes  the  self-­‐starting,  tech  empowered  Edge  generation  like  no  other. He  founded  Summly  in  2011  -­‐  a  news  summary  app  which  condenses  news  articles  down  to  a   paragraph,  perfect  for  the  140  characters  or  less  crowd.   Widespread  success  and  a  $30  million  acquisition  from  Yahoo  followed  in  2013  and  so  D’Aloisio   set  his  sights  on  the  next  evolution  of  Summly  -­‐  the  Yahoo  News  Digest  which  launched  in  Jan   2014  and  won  critical  acclaim  and  an  Apple  Design  Award  later  that  year. The  future  looks  bright  for  one  of  GQ’s  “Most  connected  men”  of  2014  as  he  continue  to  sit  at  the   forefront  of  the  digital  revolution. "There  are  so  many  resources  available  online  that  the  primary  goal  of  someone   wanting  to  succeed  should  be  to  teach  themselves  all  of  the  necessary  skills" Nick D’Aloisio MOST
  22. DRESS FOR SUCCESS...Isabella Rose Taylor She  began  making  her  own  clothes  at  just  8  years  old  after  taking  a  sewing  class  in  her  home  city  of   Austin,  Texas. However,  it  was  the  runaway  success  at  her  3irst  trunk  show  -­‐  at  a  local  boutique  the  following  year  -­‐   that  had  Isabella  and  her  parents  feeling  there  could  be  a  business  in  this.  It  looks  like  they  were  right!  Isabella  became  the  youngest  person  to  have  her  creations  carried  by   retail  giant  Nordstrom  in  2014,  and  ticked  another  dream  off  her  to-­‐do  list  but  debuting  her  Spring   2015  collection  at  this  years  New  York  Fashion  Week,  months  after  turning  the  ripe  old  age  of  13. "Blood  because  it  takes  a  lot  of  passion  and  sacriGice.  Sweat  because  of  the  time  and   hard  work  you  must  do.  And  glitter  because  of  the  imagination  and  creativity.  There   must  be  a  dream  behind  your  business." Isabella Rose Taylor - on the ethos behind her business MOST LIKELY TO
  23. ....BUT WAIT THERE’S MORE!
  24. Mo’ne Davis: Watch ESPN Sports science break down the Davis fastball Flynn McGarry: See inside Flynn’s Eureka restaurant Tavi Gevinson: Check out the latest from Rookie Mag Quvenzhane Wallis: See Quvenzhane in Annie Shubham Banerjee: Learn more about Braigo Labs click on the images below to learn more about our featured Gen Edger’s Asean Johnson: See Asean in action Lorde: Listen to our favorite Lorde track Ann Makosinski: Hear Ann talk about how she inspires Ciara Judge, Emer Hickey & Sophie Healy-Thow: See how the girls found their solution Joshua Wong: Listen to Joshua speak
  25. Logan LaPlante: Check out Logans TedX talk Unlocking the truth: See the guys on the Colbert Report Julia Hear more from Julia and the SPARK movement Malala Yousafzaki: See Malala giving thanks Jazz Jennings: Hear things from Jazz’s perspective click on the images below to learn more about our Edgers Nash Grier: Take a look at Grier’s crazy popular Vine channel Talia Leman: Find out more about RandomKid Erik Finman: Check out the Botangle story Nick D’Aloisio: Get a little more information on Nick and Summly Isabella Rose-Taylor: Browse Isabella’s collection
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