TIME to Launch New “TIME100 Leadership Series”

The series Presented in collaboration with Rolex A profile of Margaret Atwood,Today’s debut

(New York, New York – September 15, 2022) Today, TIME is launching the TIME100 Leadership Series, a new multiplatform profile and video series spotlighting members of the TIME100 community of the world’s most influential people, who are continually striving to build a better future. Rolex is presenting the series.

The TIME100 Leadership SeriesWe will be engaging dynamic leaders in deep conversations about key topics such as advocacy, representation, responsibility, adversity or mentorship as well as bringing perspective to issues including equality and climate.

Today’s debut is the author profile. Margaret AtwoodNamed to TIME100 List in 2017 by.

“Atwood has been a powerful voice on the impact and risk of climate change…At TIME, we share her focus to the challenges presented by climate change and as well as our responsibility to elevate the solutions that we can take as individuals and together as a society,” said TIME editor in chief and CEO Edward Felsenthal.

The TIME100 Leadership Series is the latest extension of the TIME100 franchise, dedicated to spotlighting the world’s most influential people and highlighting how individuals lead to affect change. The series is a continuation of TIME and Rolex’s long-standing partnership, established more than 75 years ago. In 2023, TIME’s bi-annual Next Generation Leaders list, presented in partnership with Rolex, will celebrate its 10th anniversary. This list, which has been presented in partnership with Rolex for the 10th anniversary, highlights emerging activists, scientists, athletes, and innovators from all over the globe. Some past recipients include BTS, Munroe Bergdorf, Simone Biles, Timothée Chalamet, Olga Rudenko, Stormzy, Greta Thunberg, Wai Wai nuFind out more.

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