Since 1927, Time has identified a person or group of people who most influenced the news and the world.
The shortlist announced on Monday includes more than 2,000 families separated at the US-Mexico Border under a Trump administration policy aimed at preventing illegal immigration.
Special counsel Robert Mueller who has investigated Russian meddling in the 2016 Presidential election as well as key figures involved in the Trump campaign.
Christine Blaseyford who testified in front of senators in September against judge Brett Kavanaugh accusing him go sexual assault when they were in college.
The list also includes Black Panther director Ryan Coorglerand. Meghan Markle, former actress and now Duchess of Sussex.
Previous winners of this honor include women who led the “Me too” movement, President Donald Trump and the health care workers fighting the Ebola virus.