Online forums are communities where people from around the world are able to interact and discuss various topics. Reddit is one such site, containing thousands of forums on a wide range of subjects, such as politics, news, and entertainment. Because of the structure of Reddit, where the conversations consist of threaded replies, it is possible to view each of these forums as a network, with users and their interactions defining the nodes and edges. Given such a network, we apply network analysis techniques, with modifications to incorporate available metadata, to identify influential users in the network. This allows us to better understand the community and see who is driving the conversation. In this talk, we present our methodology and provide an example on real-world data.