These individuals have supported Teen Ink by offering teen winners of our Interview Contest an exclusive interview.
|Sen. John Glenn
|Gen. Colin Powell
||Hillary Rodham Clinton
|R. L. Stine
||Rev. Jesse Jackson
Still more leaders have signed on to support teen voices in Teen Ink's publications. The following individuals receive our print magazine every month and have supported Teen Ink in a variety of other ways, for which we thank them.
"We, as community leaders, business executives, athletes, educators, artists, authors and caring individuals, receive Teen Ink because we feel it is important for your voices to be heard. We applaud the concept of a reader-supported publication for students to consider the ideas, talents and concerns of their peers. We want you to know that we, too, are listening."
Andre Agassi - Tennis pro
Dr. Maya Angelou - Poet
Roger Berkowitz - CEO, Legal Seafoods
Judy Blume - Author
Jennifer Capriati - Tennis pro
Chevy Chase - Actor
President Bill Clinton
Hillary Rodham Clinton - U.S. Senator
Jack Connors - President, Hill, Holliday
Bob Costas - Sportscaster
Michael Crichton - Author, screenwriter
Nader Darehshori - President, Houghton Mifflin Co.
Alan Dershowitz - Attorney/Professor, Harvard Law School
Matt Diamond - Founder and C.E.O, Alloy
Michael Dukakis - Former Massachusetts Governor, Professor
Larry Franklin - President, Franklin Sports
Howard Gardner - Educator/Author, Harvard University
Sen. John Glenn - Astronaut
Rev. Jesse Jackson - Civil rights activist
Nancy Kerrigan - Olympic Skater
Stephen King - Author
Evgeny Kissin - Concert pianist
Jonathan Kozol - Author of Amazing Grace and other books
John Larsen - President, New Balance
Lois Lowry - Newbery Award winner, Author of The Giver
George Lucas - Filmmaker
Yo-Yo Ma - World-renowned cellist
Jay Margolis - CEO, Esprit
Bobby McFerrin - Vocalist/Conductor
Leigh Montville - Sr. Writer, "Sports Illustrated"
Bill Moyers - Public Affairs TV commentator
Itzhak Perlman - World-famous violinist
Alvin Poussaint - Professor, Harvard University
Gen. Colin Powell - U.S. Secretary of State
Dan Rather - Newsanchor, CBS News
William Roberti - President, Brooks Bros.
Neil Rudenstine - Former President, Harvard University
Richard Russo - Pulitzer Prize-winning author of Empire Falls
Pat Schroeder - President, Association of American Publishers
Monica Seles - Tennis pro
Martin Sheen - Actor
Andrew Shue - President, Do Something
Stephen Sondheim - Composer, Into the Woods
R.L. Stine - Author
Jeff Stone - President, Tweeter, Etc.