gdtJennifer Lopez was not the only Latina to be named in Time Magazine’s 100 most influential issue.

Oscar-winner Guillermo Del Toro was included in the “Artists” category. His fellow Academy Award nominee, Jordan Peele, wrote his story.

In the “Leaders” category, mayor of San Juan, Puerto Rico, Carmen Yulin Cruz, was named. Her compatriot Benicio Del Toro wrote that “Cruz’s legacy will be marked by her uncompromising refusal to let anyone ignore the lives of those affected by the hurricane. For this we are forever grateful.”

Also included among the leaders, president of Argentina, Mauricio Macri.

Selena Gomez wrote about dreamer Cristina Jimenez who was included in the “Icons” group.

Daniela Vega, the openly transgender Chilean actress, was also declared an “Icon” with her story being written by former president of Chile, Michelle Bachelet.

Chef Jose Andres was included in the “Titans” category and was called a hero for his action during the relief efforts in the hurricanes that struck Haiti by fellow celebrity chef Emeril Lagasse.

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