Here it is:
1. Nelson Mandela.
Actually, I wanted to meet him and collaborate with him through a meaningful, socially aware project in South Africa. And then - this is what I had imagined as a young girl - I'd be in contact with him and we'd understand each other so well that I could introduce him and my father to each other, just like my father has introduced me to him (as a person, not in person).
2. Warren Buffet.
Warren Buffet is one of the most wealthiest men alive at this time.
My interest in him, though, has evolved when my father gave me a newspaper article one day, about how this Warren Buffet, as a very young adolescent, did little and simple things to earn a little bit of money. I must have been about 12 or 13 years old at this time I received the article. His entrepreneurial engagement fascinated me as it is something we have in common.