FAST COMPANY 04/08/2019
By Morgan Clendaniel

Fast Company‘s third annual World Changing Ideas Awards drew nearly 2,000 submissions across 17 categories. Fast Company editors and reporters created lists of honorable mentions and finalists, and then our panel of judges picked winners in each category. You can read more about the winners here.

Dev Aujla: Author, 50 Ways 
to Get a Job: An Unconventional Guide to Finding Work on Your Terms
George Aye: Cofounder and director of innovation, Greater Good Studio
Chrysanthe Broikos: Curator, National Building Museum
Will Byrne: Senior resident, 
Ideo CoLab
Jean Case: Chairman, National Geographic Society; CEO, Case Foundation
Ivan Cash: Principal, Cash Studios
Robin Chase: Executive chair, NUMO
Carol Cone: CEO, Carol Cone on Purpose
John Elkington: Founder and chief pollinator, Volans
Robert Fabricant: Cofounder and partner, Dalberg Design
Phillip Haid: Cofounder and CEO, Public
Jessica Jackley: Cofounder, Kiva
Jonathon Keats: Experimental philosopher, artist, and writer
Cliff Kuang: Author, User Friendly: How the Hidden 
Rules of Design Shape the Way We Live, 
Work & Play
Alnoor Ladha: Executive director, 
The Rules
Brittany Lane: Senior director 
of media, Unreasonable Group
Rachel Lauter: Executive director, Fair Work Center and Working Washington
Jessica L’Esperance: Manager, social good, Facebook
Wilneida Negrón: Technology fellow, Ford Foundation
Danielle Nierenberg: President and cofounder, Food Tank
Emily Pilloton: Founder and executive director, Project H Design and Girls Garage
Navi Radjou: Coauthor, Frugal Innovation
Brooks Rainwater: Senior executive and director, National League of Cities’ Center for City Solutions
DeAndrea Salvador: Founder and CEO, Renewable Energy Transition Initiative
Caroline Samponaro: Head of bike, scooter, and pedestrian 
policy, Lyft
Michael Seo: Managing partner, ReaMedica and ReaMedica Health (Kenya)
Michael Shank: Communications Director, Carbon Neutral Cities Alliance
Nicola Twilley: Cohost, Gastropod podcast
Jeff Wessler: Founder, Heartbeat Health
Sherrie Westin: President, global impact and philanthropy, Sesame Workshop
Richard Whitt: President, Glia Foundation