The 2018 Holman Prizewinners smile together during a trip to the Bay Area.

111 people from six continents are 2019 Holman Prize Candidates.

The 2019 Holman Prize Semifinalists will be announced in April. In the meantime, watch the 2019 candidates’ pitch videos and vote for your favorite by March 25.

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The 2019 Candidates

Natalie & Sarina
Whitby, Ontario, Canada
Pauline Dowell
Charlestown, Massachusetts, USA
Fernando Botelho
Curitiba, Parana, Brazil
Shannon Quignon
Roseville, California, USA
Hawa & Abdoulaye
Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso
Elia Gonzales-Castro
San Diego, California, USA
Dawnelee Wright
Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada
Chandana Pochiraju
Hyderabad, Andhrapradesh, India
Alieu Jaiteh
Banjul, Serrekunda, The Gambia
Elif Emir Oksuz
Cincinnati, Ohio, USA
Brendan Patrick
Ferndale, Michigan, USA
Yuma Decaux
St. Lucia, Queensland, Australia
George Wurtzel
Greeneville, Tennessee, USA
Nathan Liu
New York, New York, USA
Justin Holland
Mount Holly, North Carolina, USA
Maureen Hayden
College Station, Texas, USA
Joshua Tatman
Eaton, Colorado, USA
Johnny Tai
Richmond, British Columbia , Canada
Paul Lemm
Bognor Regis, West Sussex, United Kingdom
Finn Hellman
Gothenburg, Sweden
Andrew Kranichfeld
Burlington, Vermont, USA
Matt Formston
Wamberal, New South Wales, Australia
Dennis Gallant
Bloomfield, Connecticut, USA
Anthony Ferraro
Spring Lake, New Jersey, USA
Reem Hamodi
Aurora, Colorado, USA
Darragh Ryan
Folsom, California, USA
Jason Romero
Denver, Colorado, USA
Larry Johnson
San Antonio, Texas, United States
Chelsey Zumpano
Yuba City, California, USA

The 2018 Winners

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The 2018 Finalists

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