LOS ANGELES- Pakistani Nobel laureate Malala Yousufzai, the daughters of US President Barack Obama, entertainers and a girl baseball player all made Time's annual list of most influential teenagers, the magazine said on Monday.

Nobel Prize Winner Malala, 17, the Pakistani education activist winner; First daughters Malia, 16, and Sasha, 13; Grammy-winning New Zealand singer Lorde, 17, were all on the unranked list dominated by 20 females.

Two years and one day after Taliban gunmen shot her in the head while she was riding to school, the Pakistani youth activist became the youngest-ever recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize. The accolade caps an impressive—albeit early—career for Yousafzai, who has used her organization, the Malala Fund, as a platform to promote girls’ education, help Syrian refugee children and demand the return of the Nigerian girls kidnapped by Boko Haram, among other things.

In April, she received an honorary doctorate in civil law from the University of King’s College in Canada. “Malala is a testament that women everywhere will not be intimidated into silence,” Gabrielle Giffords wrote of Yousafzai in this year’s Time 100. “We will speak, no matter how hard it is to do so.”

Time said it compiled its list of 25 teens. The youngest were Sasha Obama and fellow 13-year-old Mo'ne Davis, a pitching sensation who led her Philadelphia boys' baseball team to the Little League World Series and landed a spot on the cover of Sports Illustrated.