Jorge Ramos Makes Cover of Time 100

By Chris Ariens 

Screen Shot 2015-04-16 at 8.10.22 AMTime is out with its 100 list of the most influential people in the world. As in years past, there are multiple covers, 5 in fact. And this year, Univision and Fusion anchor Jorge Ramos graces one of them.

CNN’s Christiane Amanpour writes about Ramos’s resoluteness: he “wrangles with President Obama and House Speaker John Boehner; he swims the Rio Grande; he says he asks every question as if it’s his last, determined to get an answer or go down trying. What happened to immigra­tion reform? He knows he has a voice and is not afraid to use it. He shouts from every rooftop that Hispanic rights are human rights.”

Ramos is the only TV news journalist to make the cut, but other media makers are also on the list, including Bob Iger, Lorne Michaels, and John Oliver.

21st Century Fox chairman and CEO Rupert Murdoch takes a page from the Disney playbook in writing about his fellow media mogul Iger: “Inheriting a legendary brand is both burden and blessing. Bob Iger could have been haunted by the past, but he has instead created a powerhouse for the company’s future, diversifying the portfolio and yet not traducing the tradition…. Under Bob, Disney is hardly Frozen in time.”

At 17, education activist Malala Yousafzai, is the youngest person on the list. The oldest person, at 88, is Tunisian President Beji Caid Essebsi.

Here’s the complete Time 100 List:

Haider al-Abadi, Prime Minister of Iraq
Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, novelist
Björk, musician, artist
Martin Blaser, director, New York University Human Microbiome Program
Jerry Brown, medical director, Eternal Love Winning Africa Hospital, Monrovia, Libera
Muhammadu Buhari, President-elect of Nigeria
Jeb Bush, former Governor of Florida
Raúl Castro, President of Cuba
Dr. Tom Catena, surgeon, Mother of Mercy Hospital, Nuba Mountains, Sudan
Chai Jing, Chinese journalist
Emmanuelle Charpentierand Jennifer Doudna, biologists
Brian Chesky, CEO, Airbnb
Hillary Clinton, former Secretary of State
Tim Cook, CEO, Apple
Bradley Cooper, actor
Misty Copeland, ballerina
Bob Corker, U.S. Senator, Tennessee
Laverne Cox, actor
Lee Daniels, director
General Martin Dempsey, Chairman, U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff
Beji Caid Essebsi, President of Tunisia
Obiageli Ezekwesili, activist, former Minister of Education, Nigeria
Aura Elena Farfán, activist, founder, ­FAMDEGUA
Tony Fernandes, CEO, AirAsia
Pope Francis, Pontifex
Tom Frieden, director, U.S. Centers for Disease Control
Ina Garten, chef, author, TV host
Rula Ghani, First Lady of Afghanistan
Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Supreme Court Justice
Kevin Hart, actor, comedian
Mustafa Hassan, aid worker
Mellody Hobson, president, Ariel Investments
Reid Hoffman, co-founder, LinkedIn
Elizabeth Holmes, CEO, Theranos
Bob Iger, CEO, The Walt Disney Company
Kim Kardashian, reality star, businesswoman
Scott Kelly, astronaut
Kim Jong Un, Supreme Leader of North Korea
David and Charles Koch, industrialists, political financiers
Chanda Kochhar, CEO, ICICI Bank
Sarah Koenig, producer, Serial
Marie Kondo, author
Jimmy Lai, media mogul
Lei Jun, CEO, Xiaomi
Jorge Paulo Lemann, investor
Marine Le Pen, president, National Front Party, France
Richard Linklater, director
Joanne Liu, president, Médecins Sans Frontières
Lu Wei, regulator, Chinese cybersecurity and internet policy
Magnus MacFarlane-Barrow, founder, Mary’s Meals
Julianna Margulies, actor
Mitch McConnell, U.S. Senator, Kentucky
Audra McDonald, actress, singer
Tim McGraw, singer, actor
Gabriel Medina, surfer
Angela Merkel, Chancellor of Germany
Danny Meyer, restaurateur
Lorne Michaels, creator, Saturday Night Live
Narendra Modi, Prime Minister of India
Julianne Moore, actor
Haruki Murakami, writer
Satya Nadella, CEO, Microsoft
Benjamin Netanyahu, Prime Minister of Israel
Christopher Nolan, director
Barack Obama, President of the United States
Chris Ofili, artist
John Oliver, host, HBO’s Last Week Tonight
Kira Orange Jones, executive director, Teach For America, New Orleans
Vikram Patel, psychiatrist
Thomas Piketty, economist, author
Samantha Power, U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations
Chris Pratt, actor
Vladimir Putin, President of Russia
Jorge Ramos, news anchor, journalist
Pardis Sabeti, geneticist
King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, King of Saudi Arabia
Anita Sarkeesian, activist, blogger
Amy Schumer, comedian, actor
Abubakar Shekau, head of Boko Haram
Adam Silver, commissioner, National Basketball Association
Jill Soloway, producer
Bryan Stevenson, founder, Equal Justice Initiative
Taylor Swift, musician
Rudolph Tanzi, neuroscientist
Alexis Tsipras, Prime Minister of Greece
Diane von Furstenberg, fashion designer
Abby Wambach, soccer player
Alexander Wang, fashion designer
Elizabeth Warren, U.S. Senator, Massachusetts
Emma Watson, actor, advocate
Kanye West, entrepreneur
Joko Widodo, President of Indonesia
Reese Witherspoon, actor, producer
Susan Wojcicki, CEO, YouTube
Xi Jinping, Preisdent of the People’s Republic of Chiina, General Secretary, Communist Party, China
Janet Yellen, chair, Federal Reserve
Malala Yousafzai, author, activist
Mohammad Javad Zarif, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Iran