50 Awesome Women Entrepreneurs on Twitter

50 Awesome Women Entrepreneurs
You Should Be Following on Twitter

shutterstock_142274095Whether this is your first year as an entrepreneur or you’ve been in business for a decade or more, it can be lonely at the top. Twitter is an incredible tool for connecting with other dynamic, like-minded women and finding support, inspiration and a wide array of resources.

While it was challenging to compile, here is the SheBrand list of 50 Awesome Women Entrepreneurs You Should Be Following on Twitter. All of these ladies have built thriving businesses, powerful brands and a strong online presence. They have clarity around their message and the value they provide. They each have a substantial social media following and are consistent and generous with their tweets.

They are all, in a word, awesome.

There are so many amazing women in the Twittersphere. Who else do you think should be on this list? Please let us know in the comments below.

@adventuregirl: Stefanie Michaels, known to legions of fans as “Adventure Girl®,” has carved a unique niche in the world of travel and entertainment. Her website, AdventureGirl.com, has been utilized by millions looking for tips on exciting places to visit. She is the travel expert for Travel + Escape Channel’s UberGuide series, an eco-travel expert for Hollywood Green for Discovery’s Planet Green and the green lifestyle expert for The Huffington Post. Stefanie is the go-to girl for travel tips and life adventures.

@alibrown: Ali Brown is a powerful voice for women’s entrepreneurial success. As founder and CEO of Ali International LLC, she has created a dynamic enterprise that is devoted to empowering women entrepreneurs around the world. Ali was ranked on the Inc. 500 list of fastest growing companies in 2009, named one of 2010’s Enterprising Women of the Year by Enterprising Women Magazine and featured on the season finale of ABC’s Secret Millionaire. Her annual event, Shine, inspires entrepreneurs to think creatively about marketing their businesses.

@AmberCadabra: Amber Naslund is a communications and business strategist, and the co-founder of Sidera Works, a social business consultancy that helps companies adapt to the complex business implications of the social web. Previously, she was the VP Social Stragegy for Radian6, a social media monitoring and engagement platform. She’s the co-author of the best-selling book, The Now Revolution, and her blog, Brass Tack Thinking, has been recognized for excellence in social media and community related content.

@AmyJoMartin: Amy Jo Martin and her company, Digital Royalty, help companies, celebrities, professional sports leagues, teams and athletes build, measure and monetize their digital universe. You may have heard of a few of her clients: Shaquille O’Neal, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, Nike, Fox Sports, Chicago White Sox, Los Angeles Kings and Tony Hsieh of Zappo’s. Amy tweets about innovation, being fearless and how to successfully build a personal brand by utilizing social media.

@AmyPorterfield: Amy Porterfield is a social media strategist who specializes in Facebook Marketing and creates training products to help her clients get real results with social media. She honed her marketing skills at Harley Davidson, and then moved on to Tony Robbins, Traffic Geyser, and finally, SocialMediaExaminer.com, where she continues to blog about Facebook. Amy is also the co-author of Facebook Marketing All-In-One for Dummies, and tweets about (you guessed it!), Facebook and social media.

@BrandYou: Cindy Ratzlaff is a passionate brand evangelist, buzz marketer, social media strategist, author and experienced publishing executive. She has developed the marketing and publicity campaigns for more than 150 New York Times bestselling books and is a frequent guest speaker and consultant to major publishers and authors on bestseller strategies. Cindy tweets about how to create more buzz for your brand.

@CarolJSRoth: Carol Roth is a business strategist, content producer, former investment banker and author of the New York Times bestselling book, The Entrepreneur Equation. She has worked with hundreds of companies, ranging from single entrepreneurs with an idea to Fortune 500 businesses, on all aspects of business and financial strategy. Collectively, she has helped her clients raise more than $1 billion in capital. If you like candid, tough-love style, Carol will tell you if you have “Spinach in Your Teeth.”

@CarrieWilkerson: As “The Barefoot Executive,” Carrie Wilkerson and her network of experts have quickly become the definitive resource for helping others achieve extra income and career goals while working from home. And, through BarefootExecutive.TV, she coaches clients to be their best selves no matter what their business model. A mom, author and speaker, Carrie tweets about business trends and success tips, offering strategies for entrepreneurs.

@CindyCrawford: Cindy Crawford may be known to the world as one of the original supermodels, but behind that beautiful face is an exceptionally shrewd businesswoman. She used her fame as a springboard to launch a career that has spanned over two decades and resulted in an exceedingly successful and trusted brand representing beauty, fashion, fitness and home. In addition to her ability to build multi-million dollar businesses, Cindy is also known for her pie-baking, corn shucking and bowling skills.

@DanielleLaPorte: Danielle LaPorte is a writer, speaker, former think tank exec, business strategist and the author of The Fire Starter Sessions: A Soulful + Practical Guide for Creating Success on Your Own Terms. She is also the creator of the online program The Spark Kit: A Digital Experience for Entrepreneurs and co-author of Your Big Beautiful Book Plan. She offers straight-up advice on DanielleLaPorte.com, a site that has been deemed “the best place on-line for kick-ass spirituality.” If you’re looking for a spiritual fix, coupled with sound business principles, then follow Danielle.

@Dolly_Parton: One of the best-selling female country artists of all time and long respected for her instinctive business savvy, Dolly Parton established Velvet Apple Music (BMI) early in her career and owns the copyrights and the publishing for her vast songwriting empire. She owns her own successful record label, Blue Eye Records and received the Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award in 2011. Dolly’s famous quote, “find out who you are and do it on purpose” is part of the mission statement behind SheBrand. Her tweets are smart, engaging, funny and always inspiring.

@DonnaAntoniadis: Donna Antoniadis is considered a digital, mobile and social media leader and is the co-founder of ShesConnected.com, the first dual profile social network created exclusively for women. Created for busy women, ShesConnected allows women to connect with other women in personal and professional areas. Members frequently convene to share ideas, get advice from leading experts, or access tools that help them manage their lives on the go.

@elenaverlee: Elena Verlee is a passionate publicist with two decades of brand building experience. She is founder of the successful full-service PR agency Cross Border Communications, and PR in Your Pajamas, a blog for solo entrepreneurs and smaller businesses wanting an easy system for do-it-yourself publicity and social media best practices. Elena tweets tips on how to successfully handle your own PR.

@GabbyBernstein: Gabrielle Bernstein is a speaker and the best-selling author of Add More ~ing toYour Life and Spirit Junkie.  She is also the founder of the social networking site HerFuture.com, created for women to inspire, empower and connect. Well versed in self-help and New Age spirituality and a longtime student of A Course in Miracles (Marianne Williamson wrote the forward to one of Gabby’s books), Gabby is known to dole out just the right amount of inner peace and self-love mantras to set you on a renewed and inspired path.

@IvankaTrump: Ivanka Trump is Executive Vice President of Development & Acquisitions for The Trump Organization, actively participates in all aspects of both Trump branded projects, and has brought the Trump® Hotel Collection brand to global markets. She spearheads the interior design decisions for the hotel properties and provides the creative vision for the brand as a whole. As if she’s not busy enough with real estate and hotel ventures, Ivankaoversees her namesake fine jewelry, footwear, handbag, and outerwear collections.

@jeanchatzky: Jean Chatzky is an award-winning journalist, best-selling author, and sought-after motivational speaker who has created a global platform that is making significant strides to help millions of people battle debt. She is a contributing editor for More Magazine, a columnist for The New York Daily News, the financial editor for NBC’s Today Show and was a contributor to The Oprah Winfrey Show. She blogs daily at JeanChatzky.com about how to make sense of your money.

@juliaroy: Julia Roy is a freelance consultant working with agencies and brands to craft social strategy campaigns that improve engagement and brand awareness. Formerly heading up new media and marketing at Coach, Inc., Undercurrent and Manilla, Julia is now a “real life digital girl” who leads the creation, implementation and measurement of social strategies and campaigns for dozens of brands. She tweets and blogs about the intersection of digital and social, and how brands can best connect with consumers through social media.

@juliettepowell: Listed in Forbes as the ‘ultimate connector’, Juliette Powell is a digital media consultant and co-founder of The Gathering Think Tank, an innovation forum at the heart of digital technology, media and business. She is also the author of 33 Million People in the Room: How to create, influence and Run a Successful Business with Social Networking. A featured social commentator and keynote speaker, Powell’s clients include Nokia, The Knight Foundation, RIM and Cirque du Soleil.

@justinemusk: Justine Musk is a writer who believes that badass creativity is a way of life. Her eponymous blog helps women develop their true voice, be brilliantly productive, and compel their right audience. Only visionaries, misfits, rebels and scandalous women need apply. Justine tweets about writing, creativity, art, technology and social media.

@kriscolvin: Kristi Colvin is the founder and Chief Creative Officer of Fresh ID, a full-service creative agency specializing in social marketing that produces brand-centric, experience-focused websites, applications and marketing assets for brands and individuals. She is a site/identity/product designer, opinionated user/customer/brand advocate, passionate about retail, shopping, food and hospitality businesses, an avid social media proponent, and she loves to tweet. A lot.

@lisastone: A former journalist and media strategist, Lisa Stone launched blog networks and interactive programming for many national brands, including Hearst and Rodale magazines, E! Television/Online, HBO’s Sex and the City, Knight Ridder Digital, American Lawyer Media and Glam Media. As the Co-Founder and CEO of BlogHer, she works across a community of bloggers and sponsors to create opportunities for women who blog to gain additional community, exposure, education and economic empowerment. If you have a blog, or are thinking of starting one, follow Lisa.

@lizstrauss: Liz Strauss is a professional speaker and social business strategist who curates SOBCon, the interactive business strategy summit. She’s also the author of the popular Successful-Blog.com. From a blog post that became a ground-breaking business strategy summit to a business that leads entrepreneurs and corporations to create, identify and leverage unique, real-time opportunity, Liz is a master teacher, an über connector and an innovator with bias toward action. She is considered one of the most influential social media and marketing bloggers in the world.

@lkr: Laura Roeder is a social media marketing expert empowering small businesses using the web to take matters into their own hands. Known for her no-nonsense style, Laura is the founder of Creating Fame, Your Backstage Pass to Twitter and author of Facebook Fame: The Facebook Marketing Bible for The Small Business. Her weekly newsletter, The Dash, is filled with tips and resources to help you simplify and master your social media marketing. One of the youngest entrepreneurs to make this list, Laura was recently named to the Empact100 top young entrepreneurs age 30 or younger list, and honored at the White House.

@LollyDaskal: Lolly Daskal is a leadership consultant and executive coach dedicated to bringing Heart Based Leadership to organizations and individuals. Founder of the popular Twitter chat #LeadFromWithin every Tuesday evening at 8PM EST, Lolly teaches individuals and companies how to evaluate their own stories, core beliefs and assumptions as a catalyst for change. Lolly’s Twitter stream is full of tips and quotes about exactly how to lead from within.

@MamaBritt: As a social media community producer, business coach and radio host, Britt Michaelian is dedicated to helping lifestyle entrepreneurs build profitable businesses. Her own entrepreneurial journey has brought her from artist and filmmaker to child safety enthusiast to lifestyle business coach and social media power house. Her current business focus is on Girlfriend Productions, where she produces social media communities for traditional media outlets such as Friends of Ricki. Britt is a warm and generous Tweeter who engages often and embraces newcomers with open arms.

@ManishaThakor: Manisha Thakor is a personal finance expert, author of Get Financially Naked and On My Own Two Feet, and a passionate advocate for global women’s economic empowerment. Her popular blog Money Zen, offers tips and insights on personal finance for women. Manisha has appeared on The Today Show, CNN, CNBC, NBC Nightly News and Fox News, and she contributes regularly to Forbes and the Huffington Post. Follow Manisha for tips on saving, budgeting, investing and talking money with your honey.

@MariaShriver: Maria Shriver is a former journalist, best-selling author, activist, the former First Lady of California and a member of America’s best known political family. She is an advocate for many social causes and is one of the world’s most influential voices on the shifting roles, emerging power and evolving needs of women. Under her direction and vision, The Women’s Conference in Southern California grew into the world’s premier forum for women. Follow Maria if you are interested in learning how to become an Architect of Change.

@marieforleo: Marie Forleo is part business strategist, part marketing maven and part spiritual ass-kicker with a side of hip-hop swagger. A born-and-raised Jersey girl, she’s created a multimillion-dollar, socially conscious business from scratch, helping women entrepreneurs learn to love and implement powerful marketing strategies. Her B-School program is teaching women around the world how to build profitable online businesses. If you’re ready to learn some bootylicious moves and live Rich, Happy & Hot™, then you’ll want to follow Marie.

@marismith: Dubbed “the Pied Piper of the online world” by Fast Company, Mari Smith is a social media coach, internet marketing consultant, author of The New Relationship Marketing and co-author of Facebook Marketing: An Hour a Day. Forbes and Dun & Bradstreet Credibility named her one of the top ten social media influencers in the world. Follow Mari for social media best practices and relationship tools for biz growth.

@MarketingProfs: Ann Handley is the co-author of the best-selling book, Content Rules, and a veteran of creating and managing digital content to build relationships for organizations and individuals. She is the Chief Content Officer of MarketingProfs, which provides strategic and tactical marketing know-how and training for marketing and business professionals. She also writes a monthly column for Entrepreneur Magazine. If content creation is a part of your biz plan, then don’t miss Ann’s tweets.

@MelissaOnline: Melissa Stewart is a serial entrepreneur who has had a “home office” since age 5. She is the Founder of SheOwnsIt.com, a site committed to empowering women entrepreneurs by offering resources, support and inspiration. She is passionate about entrepreneurship, addicted to coffee and eternally optimistic. Melissa is a generous and responsive tweeter cheering on her followers with possibility and inspiration.

@nancyduarte: CEO, inspired presenter, gifted educator, and author of best-selling books, Slide:ology and Resonate, Nancy Duarte is a sought-after speaker whose own presentations live up to the expectations established in her books. Nancy and her team at Duarte Design have been transforming muddled mounds of information into clear, visually appealing messages for the last twenty years. Follow Nancy to learn how to incorporate more visual story in your business.

@nataliemacneil: Natalie MacNeil is the Founder of She Takes on the World, considered one of the top blogs in the world, and the author of a book by the same name, geared toward career-minded women and women entrepreneurs. She is also an Emmy-award winning media producer and a contributor to the Huffington Post and Forbes. Natalie tweets about entrepreneurship, women in business, social media tools and dreaming BIG.

@NikaStewart: Nika Stewart launched The Laptop Mom to show busy, overwhelmed entrepreneurs how to leverage their time, create passive income, and build a successful business. A former event planner and interior designer, Nika used multiple social media platforms to build an enormous following and catapult her brand image. Now, as a business coach and speaker, she teaches other entrepreneurs how to do the same. More recently, she launched GhostTweeting.com a done-for-you social media service.

@ninakaufman: Nina Kaufman is the founder of Ask the Business Lawyer and has been demystifying small business law for entrepreneurs, small businesses and knowledge economy-type companies since for nearly 20 years. She is a speaker and blogger and writes for OpenForum and Entrepreneur. Nina’s mission is to break down “legal mumbo jumbo” into understandable and accessible concepts so that entrepreneurs can build healthy, sustainable businesses that support them and their communities.

@Oprah: The product of a broken household, poverty and abuse, Oprah Winfrey has turned her “wounds into wisdom” and is determined to help other women live their best lives. The Oprah Winfrey show proved to be one of the most successful and highly watched TV programs of all time and broke many social and cultural barriers. Oprah is a producer, publisher, book critic, Academy award-nominated actress, international celebrity, and one of the world’s best known living media brands. She arguably has more influence on our culture than most celebrities, politicians, religious and spiritual leaders.

@pamslim: Pamela Slim is a kick-ass business coach and author of Escape from Cubicle Nation. Her blog of the same name is one of the top career and marketing blogs on the web. A former corporate manager and entrepreneur herself for more than a decade, Pam deeply understands the questions and concerns faced by first-time entrepreneurs. She is a fixture on the social media scene and tweets generously about business advice, marketing, martial arts, encouragement and support for soon-to-be and current entrepreneurs.

@PRSarahEvans: Sarah Evans is the owner of Sevans Strategy, a public relations and new media consultancy, and the creator of #Journchat, the first-ever weekly live tweetchat for public relations professionals, journalists and bloggers. Sarah’s Faves is her personal recommendation platform for all things social media and tech. On any given day you may find her recommendation of a new favorite website or app, a cool geek product and/or the hippest Apple accessory. Follow Sarah for info on the newest tools in social media and tech.

@RedheadWriting: Erika Napoletano is a writer and online business strategist with a knack for “unpopular thoughts and blunt advice.” Her blog, Redhead Writing consistently strives to say what others won’t and don’t (but should) about marketing, social media, business integrity and life in general. She’s the author of The Power of Unpopular and a columnist for Entrepreneur Magazine. Follow Erika if you’re ready for some serious sass, humor and brand development advice.

@samanthaettus: Samantha Ettus is an author, media personality and speaker, passionate about helping working moms to design a successful and happy lifestyle. Samantha writes a blog for ForbesWoman and is the bestselling author of The Experts’ Guide book series, which includes four how-to books published by Random House. She is currently working on her fifth book; focused on the working moms’ lifestyle. After speaking with thousands of working moms, she created the first lifestyle program designed to specifically address their needs.

@SarahRobinson: Sarah Robinson is a seasoned business coach, strategist, advisor and speaker who helps business owners and organizational leaders build thriving, successful communities, increase social media effectiveness, and develop a remarkable online and offline business presence. Her blog, Escaping Mediocrity, is about just that – escaping mediocrity in business and life. Interested in living an extraordinary and adventurous life? Follow Sarah.

@shama: Founder of The Zen Marketing Group and author of The Zen Guide to Social Media Marketing, Shama Kabani-Hyder is an oft-quoted social media expert and is often found traveling the world speaking about business, entrepreneurship, and technology. She also hosts her own Web TV show, Shama.TV, which addresses new media marketing topics, trends, people and relevant perspectives.

@ShellyKramer: Shelly Kramer is a 20+ year marketing veteran, biz strategist, brand builder, information junkie, communicator extraordinaire and lover of all things related to digital marketing and social media. She is also the Founder and Chief Imagination Officer of V3 Integrated Marketing and Kramer & Co, both headquartered in Kansas City, MO. Shelly is adept at helping individuals and brands find their voice in the realm of new media and tweets about integrated marketing, brand strategy, social media and anything else that moves her.

@smallbiztrends: Anita Campbell is the Founder of Small Business Trends, and its CEO and Publisher. She is widely regarded as an expert in small business issues and she tweets about small business trends and strategies. She is also the co-author of Visual Marketing: 99 Proven Ways for Small Businesses to Market with Images and Design.

@startupbiztalk: Born in West Africa, Cheryl Isaac came to the U.S. as a teenager and now writes about business – mostly start-ups and entrepreneurs – for Forbes, and is working on a memoir about her survival of the Liberian civil war in the 90s. She is a passionate business blogger and women’s issues advocate. Her tweets capture her work in both capacities, a mix of business-savvy commentary and personal anecdotes.

@startupprincess: Kelly King Anderson founded Startup Princess to empower fellow women entrepreneurs to network, learn, share and mentor one another. A Life and Business Coach, and self-proclaimed “Fairy Godmother” to women entrepreneurs everywhere, Kelly tweets about all things small business.

@suitcasepreneur: Natalie Sisson, aka the Suitcase Entrepreneur, left her hometown of New Zealand in 2006, and has been traveling the world and living out of a suitcase ever since. She helps her fellow entrepreneurs create freedom in business and adventure in life. Working from the road, she tweets about business, social media, online tools and outsourcing.

@terri_cole: Terri Cole is the founder of Live Fearless and Free, a licensed psychotherapist and an expert in transforming fear into freedom. She has spent the last two decades empowering companies, celebrities, professional athletes, performers, supermodels and individuals across the globe to Live Fearless and Free. After her own journey with cancer, death and assault, she spent 15 years exploring the mind-body connection to “demystify” fear, and she now shares her findings with her community.

@toryburch: Tory Burch built a hugely successful fashion empire and brand in a New York second, but don’t overlook her philanthropic muscle. In 2009, Tory launched The Tory Burch Foundation to support the economic empowerment of women and families. Through grants and microfinancing for women entrepreneurs, the foundation invests in the success and sustainability of women-owned small businesses. Through mentoring opportunities, it provides women with tools to achieve their aspirations as entrepreneurs and leaders.

@WomenOnTheFence: Erica Diamond is the Founder and Editor-In-Chief of WomenOnTheFence.com, an award-winning blog inspiring women to get off the fence and start living their dreams. She is also a women’s success coach, entrepreneur, speaker, radio correspondent, spokesperson, mentor and Huffington Post contributor. Erica is the author of The 99 Things Women Wish They Knew…Before Starting Their Own Business. She tweets about everything women, mom, success, business and entrepreneurship related, and is a die-hard music lover.

You can follow some of these awesome entrepreneurs individually, or we’ve made it super easy for you to follow all of them by creating a Twitter list. You can access it here: 50 Awesome Women Entrepreneurs on Twitter.

Please let us know who else you think should be on this list and add them in the comments below. Thanks!

Comments

  1. Lisavanahn says:

    Love. Adore. I am always looking for great people to follow since I am new to twitter. This was an awesome post. Thank you!

  2. Marthagiffen says:

    Great choices! Tweet on . . .

  3. So much to inspire to! Thank you!

    Daniela Louzada Esteves
    International Copywriter
    http://www.louzadacopy.com
    http://www.louzadacopy.wordpress.com

  4. So honored to be on your list Liz. What a powerhouse room of women! Wouldn’t it be amazing to get this crowd in one room together.

  5. thank you for sharing, great and comprehensive list

  6. I am humbled and honored to be in such company. Thank you!!

  7. sarahrobinson says:

    Wow Liz. Thank you :-)

  8. Love your awesome list of awesome smart chicks, Liz. Thanks for putting it together – just the right mix of people I already know and admire, reminders for those I’ve meant to follow, along with some new-to-me names. 

  9. Such a great list of strong women!  Thanks for compiling this…. Mary @thesimplifiers:twitter 

  10. Thank you so much for including me in such a wonderful list of ladies. I am honored.

  11. Great list. Congratulations to all these awesome women.

  12. I love the list and all these amazing, intelligent women. Very inspiring. I work for one of the most wonderful and entrepreneurial women around, Robin Baron. Robin has successfully built her interior design business Robin Baron Design, over the past twenty years and recently her blog, Simplifying Fabulous!™, an interactive online community to connect with DIY designers around the country. Her motto, Confidence Begins at Home, is aimed at empowering and inspiring others to find fabulous in their life, starting in the home. She can be found on Twitter @RobinBaron:twitter 

  13. Great gathering of gals, Liz. Some serious brainpower here!! :) 

  14. Thanks so much, Liz. Great list, and I’m thrilled to call many of these women friends and mentors. Appreciate being included very much!

  15. Great list! Thanks for the awesome curation here. 

  16. What an incredible aggregation of amazing ladies — both as professionals and people! I’m thrilled to be following many of you. Congratulations and keep making the world a better place with all you do. Cheers!!

  17. Love, love, love this list! So many wonderful inspiring women! Some I already follow and so many great new ones I didn’t know of. Thankyou this list is great!

  18. What a GREAT list! Thank you for taking the time to research and compile this incredible list, Liz!

  19. Michelle Foster says:

    Great list! I’ve added some inspiring women to my twitter list. I’m glad to see that Marie, Danielle, and Gabrielle were mentioned here. Thanks!

  20. Great list! I’ve added some inspiring women to my twitter list. I’m glad to see that Marie, Danielle, and Gabrielle were mentioned here. Thanks!Holistic Life Coach – http://www.m-liveloudly.blogspot.com

  21. Fabulous list, thanks! I recommend adding Pam Moore @PamMktgNut:twitter, a fabulous marketing person. 

  22. Great list…I added nearly everyone to my Twitter Following

  23. I recommend adding @projecteve1 Project Eve encourages female entrepreneurs to communicate, collaborate and share actionable solutions minus the sharp elbows.
    nyc/sf 

  24. Nice list. Would like to see a list of Women Entrepreneurs over fifty years old.

  25. Thayer_Street_Momma says:

    Great list– one to add: Stephanie Schwab @stephanies is a dynamite digital marketing expert and founder of Crackerjack Marketing and the Digital Family Summit. Her twitter feed is full of insights and practical tips. Well worth investigating

  26. Kate Harvie says:

    This is a tight list, Liz. Thank you for sharing a variety of accomplished gals. A cherry on this sundae is Lisa Fraley [ @lisafraley ] an attorney who coaches what she calls “holistic entrepreneurs.” Next level for sure.

  27. This list pretty much just nailed it. Thanks.

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