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Tallia Storm

  Every so often, something quite raw and interesting comes along to the music scene and give the reaction of this unsigned 15-year-old’s native Scotland, it is perhaps Tallia Storm. Nothing contrived, just a deep soulful signature reminiscent to that from the Motown era, belying her age. The Tallia Storm vocal, with her trademark ‘big […]

Cam Perron

At the age of 12 Cam Perron became obsessed with the Negro Baseball League. Today, he reunites team members and awards the players with the recognition they deserved decades ago. Cam Perron’s interest in the Negro Baseball League began at the age of 12 when he began collecting autographs of retired baseball players. It quickly […]

Safeer Mohiuddin

Safeer started his first business when he was 16 and ended up selling $100,000 worth of iPhones. He currently is the founder of Underage Investor and attends UC Irvine. 

Charlotte Lee

Charlotte Bravin Lee is a 17 year old writer, artist and curator of Teen Art Gallery, who wants to help young teens find a platform for their creative pursuits.

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Adam J. Gramling

Adam is currently a USC Biomedical Engineering and Entrepreneurship student who is working on a project for oil companies to recover from oil spills using powerful magnets. Adam J. Gramling is a nineteen-year old aspiring entrepreneur from Silicon Valley who wishes to change the world. He attended Purdue University as an engineering student before transferring […]

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Lou Wegner

 Lou is an accomplished teen actor as well as a passionate Animal Activist.

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Suyash Srijan

Suyash is a 17 year old who is head over heels in love with programming and entrepreneurship and hopes to study at an Ivy League college. 

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Brittany McMillan

Brittany McMillan (now 18) is a self-acclaimed nerd, future elementary school teacher and depression survivor who started her anti-homophobic bullying campaign, Spirit Day, at age 15.

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