Who’s Next

Nominate someone for Billy Penn’s Who’s Next: Politics

What up-and-coming leaders should we know about?

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Over the last two years, we’ve used our Who’s Next feature to introduce you to more than 250 young Philadelphians — they’re under-40 leaders who are the next generation of movers and shakers in the city.

And for November’s Who’s Next list, we’re going back to where we started and looking to highlight the up-and-coming young people in politics.

The intent of Billy Penn’s “Who’s Next” series is to identify some of the most dedicated young people working to shape our city every day. Our goal is to track the next generation of leaders and influencers. You can view each of our monthly Who’s Next lists here, ranging from chefs to entrepreneurs to lawyers to musicians.

This time around, we want to know about the brains behind the politics in the city, whether it be an aspiring politician, a staffer quietly making a difference on a big campaign, or a policy wonk working to make our city a better place.

To nominate someone: Email us at contact@billypenn.com with the subject line “Who’s Next: Politics,” or simply fill out this form below. The deadline for nominations is Oct. 28.

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