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LATINA MAGAZINE ANNOUNCES NOMINEES FOR 30 UNDER 30 –
THE MOST INFLUENTIAL YOUNG LATINOS OF 2014
Nominees include Bella Thorne, Selena Gomez, Demi Lovato, Joan Smalls, Soccer Player James
Rodriguez and Youtube Star Bethany Mota;
Voting Now Open to the Public
New York, NY (August 6, 2014) – LATINA magazine today announced the NOMINEES for their 2014 “30 Under 30”
list. Nominees range from celebrities to social media stars to young influencers doing life-changing work across
The editors of LATINA – along with the support of Maybelline New York and Garnier – will celebrate 30 of the
most influential young America Latinos of 2014. All public voting will be available at latina.com/30under30 and/or
by utilizing Latina's official hashtag: #Latina30Under30. Voting will take place from August 6
to September 26
Winners will be revealed in the December/January issue of LATINA Magazine. Votes will be compiled daily on
Latina.com to show the rankings of each celebrity, musician and influencer in real time so fans can follow along.
The annual “30 Under 30” list will highlight the best representatives of the new Latin generation; those who are
leading the way, making a difference and impacting American culture and society – and doing it all before the age
of 30. The “30 Under 30” final winners will be honored at a special event in November 2014.
The 2014 “30 Under 30” Nominee list includes:
Celebrities: Bella Thorne, Selena Gomez, Demi Lovato, Becky G, Diane Guerrero (Netflix's Orange is the New
Black), Christian Serratos (AMC's The Walking Dead)
Fashion/Style: Joan Smalls, Bethany Mota (YouTube star), Cecelia Cassini (fashion designer), Isabella Rose Taylor
(fashion designer with line at Nordstroms)
Innovators/Influencers: James Rodriguez (2014 World Cup leading scorer), Cristine Jade Pena (AIDS activist),
Massiel Arias (fitness blogger), Nancy Juro (DREAM Act activist), Ronda Rousey (UFC champion)
A full list of this year’s nominees is available at Latina.com/30Under30.
About Latina Media Ventures:
LatinaMedia Ventures is a leading integrated media company for American Latinas. Its fashion, beauty, lifestyle,
parenting and health for bicultural Hispanic premier platform, Latina magazine, is the authoritative voice on
women. For close to two decades, the Latina brand has continuously provided unique, in-depth, culturally
relevant and engaging content. With an audience of 4.5 million, and reaching one out of every three acculturated
Latinas across the United States, the Latina brand is the largest brand by and for Latina Women.