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

Yegue Badigue
Fresno, California, USA
Mahantesh G.K.
Bangalore, Karnataka, India
Daisy Rosales
San Pablo, California, USA
Garrett Roark
Cheyenne, Wyoming, USA
Sushil Adhikari
Kathmandu, Nepal
Sierra Hooshiari
Hoboken, New Jersey, USA
Alexandria Brito
Oceano, California, USA
Christian Ohrens
Hamburg, Germany
Natalie Devora
Alameda, California, USA
Troy Knight
Imperial Beach, California, CA
Ryan Jolley
Nashville, Tennessee, USA
Zuby Onwuta
Austin, Texas, USA
Trevor Hahn
Fort Collins, Colorado, USA
Michelle Young
Craigton, Glasgow, United Kingdom
Chad Allen
Los Angeles, California, USA
Abdullah Aljuaid
Ta’if, Makkah, Saudi Arabia
NeZaMi Ensemble
Kazan, Republic Tatarstan, Russia
Albert Rizzi
New York, New York, USA
Naomi O’Toole
Virginia Beach, Virginia, USA
Jeffrey Lowery
Orlando, Florida, USA
Sara Patterson-Robert
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
Michael Aguilar
Talladega, Alabama, USA
Miha Srebrnjak
Novo Mesto, Dolenjska, Slovenia
Marx Vergel Melencio
Quezon City, Metro Manila, Phillipines
Shon Mackey
San Diego, California, USA
Kevin Andrews
Santa Cruz, California, USA
Angela Fowler
Marysville, California, USA
Peggy Martinez
Seattle, Washington, USA
Matthew Shifrin
Newton, Massachusetts, USA

The 2018 Winners

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The 2018 Finalists

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