President Mugabe Is The Most Powerful Person In The World Aged 91, Check Out The Full List Of The Most Powerful People In The World At Every Age

True power is ageless. From the toddling Prince George, third in line to the British throne, to 100-year-old Pulitzer Prize-winning author Herman Wouk, Business Insider compiled the most powerful person at every age from 1 to 100. The extensive list’s rankings were determined by the following four criterias: “Command,” or the degree to which a person formally controls a group of people, “Past influence,” or how much a person has changed the world, “Future influence,” or how likely a person is going to change the world from here onwards, and ”Net worth.”

The Most Powerful People in the World Aged 1-100:
AGE 1 – Prince George of CambridgeThird heir to the British throne
AGE 2 – Macallister BogueSon of Yahoo! CEO and president Marissa Mayer and lawyer Zach Bogue
AGE 3 – Blue Ivy CarterDaughter of Jay Z and Beyoncé
AGE 4 – Ryker Wixom (@ministylehacker)
Instagram celebrity
AGE 5 – Miles Hideo Williams (@miles)
Son of Twitter founder Evan Williams and his wife Sara Morishige
AGE 6 – Vivienne Jolie-Pitt
Daughter of Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie
AGE 7 – Aubrey Anderson-EmmonsModern Family actress
AGE 8 – Rosie McClelland
Singer who went viral after singing “Super Bass” by Nicki Minaj with cousin Sophia Grace
AGE 9 – Evan of EvanTubeHD
Host of YouTube toy review channel EvanTubeHD
AGE 10 – Kelly XuGolfer and the 2014 Augusta National champion for the girls’ nine-and-under division.
AGE 11 - Quvenzhané Wallis
Actress, as seen in Beasts of the Southern Wild (2012) and Annie (2014)
AGE 12 – Romeo BeckhamSon of David and Victoria Beckham
AGE 13 – Sasha ObamaDaughter of President of the United States Barack Obama and First Lady of the U.S. Michelle Obama
AGE 14 – Jazz JenningsTransgender activist, who at age six was one of the youngest transgender cases in the world.
AGE 15 – Kiernan ShipkaMad Men actress
AGE 16 – Rico RodriguezModern Family actor
AGE 17 – Malala YousafzaiEducation activist for girls and women, and the world’s youngest-ever Nobel Prize laureate in history
AGE 18 - Chloë Grace MoretzActress, as seen in Kick-Ass (2010), Kick-Ass 2 (2013), Carrie (2013) and Hugo (2011)
AGE 19 – Kendall JennerReality TV star and model
AGE 20 – Andrew WigginsCanadian basketball player
AGE 21 – Justin BieberSinger
AGE 22 – Palmer LuckeyFounder of American virtual reality technology company Oculus VR
AGE 23 – Neymar da Silva Santos JúniorBrazilian soccer player/footballer
AGE 24 – Evan SpiegelFounder and CEO of Snapchat
AGE 25 – Taylor SwiftSinger
AGE 26 – Kevin DurantAmerican basketball player
AGE 27 – Lionel MessiArgentinian soccer player/footballer
AGE 28 – Mary-Kate and Ashley OlsenFashion designers and actresses
AGE 29 – Megan EllisonFilm producer, owner of Annapurna Pictures, and daughter of former Oracle CEO Larry Ellison
AGE 30 – LeBron JamesAmerican basketball player
AGE 31 – Mark ZuckerbergFounder and CEO of Facebook
AGE 32 – Kim Jong UnSupreme leader of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (North Korea)
AGE 33 – BeyoncéSinger
AGE 34 – Kim Kardashian WestReality TV star
AGE 35 – Sean ParkerFounder of Napster, Founder of theAudience, and early Facebook investor
AGE 36 – Jeremy StoppelmanCEO of Yelp
AGE 37: Kanye WestMusician, producer, songwriter and fashion designer
AGE 38 – Jack DorseyCEO of Square and co-founder and former CEO of Twitter
AGE 39 – Marissa MayerCEO and president of Yahoo!
AGE 40 – Leonardo DiCaprioActor
AGE 41 – Sergey BrinCo-founder of Google
AGE 42 – Larry PageCEO and co-founder of Google
AGE 43 – Elon MuskInventor and CEO of Tesla Motors, Inc. and SpaceX
AGE 44 – Ted Cruz
U.S. Senator, presidential candidate for 2016
AGE 45 – Sheryl SandbergCOO of Facebook, one of the world’s first self-made billionaire women
AGE 46 – Robin LiCEO of Baidu, #62 on Forbes’ worldwide billionaires list
AGE 47 – Reid HoffmanCo-founder of LinkedIn
AGE 48 – Roman AbramovichRussian businessman, owner of the Chelsea Football Club
AGE 49 – J.K. RowlingAuthor
AGE 50 – Jack MaExecutive Chairman of Alibaba Group
AGE 51 – Jeff Bezos
CEO of Amazon, founder of Blue Origin, and owner of The Washington Post
AGE 52 – Chris ChristieGovernor of New Jersey
AGE 53 – Barack ObamaPresident of the United States
AGE 54 – Reed Hastings
CEO of Netflix
AGE 55 – Brian Moynihan
CEO of Bank of America
AGE 56 – Mark Cuban
Entrepreneur and owner of the Dallas Mavericks
AGE 57 – Tony Abbott
Prime Minister of Australia
AGE 58 – Mukesh Ambani
The richest man in India and Chairman of Indian conglomerate Reliance Industries Limited
AGE 59 – Bill Gates
Co-founder of Microsoft and Co-chair of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation
AGE 60 – Angela Merkel
Chancellor of Germany
AGE 61 – Xi JinpingPresident of China
AGE 62 – Vladimir PutinPresident of Russia
AGE 63 – Geun-Hye ParkPresident of South Korea and daughter of former South Korean president Chung-Hee Park
AGE 64 – Narendra ModiPrime minister of India
AGE 65 – Benjamin NetanyahuPrime Minister of Israel
AGE 66 – Tadashi YanaiFounder and president of Japanese retail holding company Fast Retailing and Uniqlo
AGE 67 – Hillary ClintonPresidential candidate for 2016 and former secretary of state
AGE 68 – Janet YellenU.S. Federal Reserve board chair
AGE 69 – Alan MulallyCEO of Ford
AGE 70 – Larry EllisonFounder and former CEO of Oracle
AGE 71 – Robert De NiroActor and co-founder of the Tribeca Film Festival
AGE 72 – Joe BidenVice President of the United States
AGE 73 – Michael BloombergFounder and CEO of Bloomberg L.P., former mayor of New York, and the richest man in New York
AGE 74 – David KochCo-owner of American multinational corporation Koch Industries
AGE 75 – Carlos Slim HelúMexican businessman
AGE 76 – Ted TurnerFounder of CNN, Turner Broadcasting Systems, Turner Network Television, Cartoon Networkand Turner Classic Movies
AGE 77 – Phil KnightCo-founder and former chairman of Nike
AGE 78 – Pope FrancisLeader of the Catholic church
AGE 79 – Amancio OrtegaFounder of Inditex Group and brands like Zara, Massimo Dutti, Bershka and Pull&Bear, and the second richest person in the world as #2 on Forbes’ billionaires list
AGE 80 – Ali Al-NaimiSaudi Arabian Minister of Petroleum and Mineral Resources and the chair of Saudi Aramco, the biggest oil company in the world
AGE 81 – Sheldon AdelsonChairman and CEO of American casino and resort company Las Vegas Sands Corporation
AGE 82 – Ruth Bader GinsburgU.S. Supreme Court Justice
AGE 83 – Raúl CastroPresident of Cuba, brother of former Cuban president Fidel Castro
AGE 84 – Warren BuffettChairman and CEO of American multinational conglomerate Berkshire Hathaway
AGE 85 – Barbara WaltersTV host, journalist, and former host of The View
AGE 86 – Li Ka-ShingChairman of Hong Kong-based investment holding company Hutchinson Whampoa and early Facebook investor
AGE 87 – Bhumibol AdulyadejKing of Thailand
AGE 88 – Fidel CastroFormer prime minister and president of Cuba
AGE 89 – Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth IIQueen and Head of State of the UK and 15 more states of the Commonwealth of Nations, Supreme Governor of the Church of England, and the world’s oldest reigning monarch
AGE 90 – Jimmy CarterFormer president of the United States and Nobel peace prize winner in 2002
AGE 91 – Robert MugabePresident of Zimbabwe
AGE 92 – Normal LearTelevision writer
AGE 93 – Betty WhiteActress and Guinness Book of World Records female entertainer with the longest TV career of 74 years
AGE 94 – Carol ChanningBroadway actress and singer
AGE 95 – Anne Cox ChambersOwner of Cox Enterprises, former ambassador to Belgium, and fourth-richest woman in the world
AGE 96 – Henry HillmanFounding investor of venture capital firm Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers and #737 on Forbes’ 2015 billionaires list
AGE 97 – Justice Carlos FaytArgentinian Supreme Court justice
AGE 98 – Kirk DouglasActor and father of actor Michael Douglas
AGE 99 – David Rockefeller Sr.Former chairman and CEO of Chase National Bank, and the only living grandchild of Standard Oil founder John D. Rockefeller
AGE 100 – Herman WoukPulitzer prize-winning author and New York Times bestseller novelist

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