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Washington Life’s latest Young & The Guest List is an annual list of DC’s most influential “under 40 leaders.”

Patrick Gavin at POLITICO has the latest list details: [sneak peak]

Huma Abedin (senior advisor to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton), Ali Campoverdi (assistant to the White House Deputy Chief of Staff), Joshua DuBois (Director of White House’s Office of Faith Based Neighborhood Partnerships), speechwriter Jon Favreau, speechwriter Adam Frankel, Katie Johnson (personal secretary to the president), Olivier Kamanda (speechwriter and senior advisor to Secretary of State), Sam Kass (assistant to White House chef), speechwriter Cody Keenan, Reggie Love (special assistant and personal aide to the president), Katie McCormick Lelyveld (press secretary to the first lady), Dan Pfeiffer (communications director), Ben Rhodes (deputy national security advisor), Jen Psaki (deputy communications director) and Macon Phillips (director of new media).

Journalists on the list include the Washington Post’s Ezra Klein, The Daily’s Jon Ward, AP’s Desmond Butler, C-SPAN’s Greta Brawner, WJLA’s Pamela Brown, Roll Call’s Jackie Kucinich, The Nation’s Chris Hayes, Washingtonian’s Garrett Graff, the Washington Post’s Jason Horowitz, Washington Post’s Katharine Zaleski, NBC News’s Norah O’Donnell, New York Times’s Ross Douthat, Al Arabiya’s Muna Shikaki and the Huffington Post’s Sam Stein.

Capitol Hill staffers include Michael Bloom (Nancy Pelosi’s office), Moira Bagley (Rand Paul), Brad Dayspring (Eric Cantor), Ben Dunham (Frank Lautenberg), Michael Steel (John Boehner) and Doug Thornell (Chris Van Hollen).

Check out Gavin’s article to see who made the rest of the list.