Suzi Pratt You wish you had her job. Suzi Pratt, a Korean adoptee, gets hired by large companies to travel the world and capture photos. Check out some of her photography, especially the concert images, here: suzi-pratt.com. Rachel Rostad Rachel, a Korean adoptee, had the audacity to take on JK Rowling through her poem "To J.K. Rowling, from Cho Chang" and the likes of Jezebel and Angry Asian Man took huge notice. She's still in college. Follow her on Twitter: twitter.com/are_why_are Christy NaMee Eriksen Christy, a Korean adoptee, writes, works in various art mediums, and is making a big name for herself in Alaska. Check out some of her stuff here: www.tsunamee.com. Grace Newton Through her blog Red Thread Broken, Grace, a Chinese adoptee, writes with a level of insight, tenacity, maturity, and humility rarely seen in the adoption community, regardless of age. Watch out. She, too, is still in college. Shannon Heit Fierce, intelligent, compassionate, and bilingual, Shannon Heit, a Korean adoptee, has established herself as one of the leaders in the Korean adoptee community who live, work, and advocate in "the motherland." Check out her Tumblr: peaceshannon.tumblr.com. Jenna Cook About to graduate from Yale, many became aware of Jenna, a Chinese adoptee, through the film Somewhere Between. According to the word on the street from adoptee scholars and activists, Jenna is, to quote one of them, "the real deal." Nisha Grayson With some of her close friends, a few years ago Nisha, an Indian adoptee, visited her home country for the first time since her adoption. They documented the trip on film, something Indian adoptees haven't done much of, and her second visit in which she searched for her birth/first mother. That story will soon be seen in the upcoming film YOU FOLLOW.