Here, let’s dive right into the women in mobility that are keeping us on our toes and supplying us with valuable information via the Twitterverse:
Stephanie Rieger @stephanierieger
Stephanie is a designer and writer, but is mainly focused on the mobile web. She’s mostly based in Edinburgh and currently works at Yiibu, a small design studio that explores “where the web meets the world.” She has nearly 7,000 followers and I think you should be one of them.
Maribel Lopez @MaribelLopez
Maribel is the principal Analyst of Lopez Research, a firm that looks into how mobile technologies and contextual services can impact the world. She has a blog and nearly 13,000 followers relying on her for information. She’s a business adviser, speaker and author of Right-time Experiences: Driving Revenue with Mobile and Big Data. She is also the co-founder of the Mobile Research Council.
Mary Barra @mtbarra
Mary is the chairman and CEO of GM. She hopes to redefine the future of personal mobility, according to her Twitter profile, and has worked as an engineer and STEM education supporter. Oh, and she really loves Camaros, if you’re looking for an in!
Sarah Perez @sarahintampa
Sarah is a blogger at TechCrunch who focuses on mobility and will make you laugh. She has a following of 53,000 tweeps and shares valuable information for tech pros. She previously wrote for ReadWriteWeb and worked in the tech space in various verticals including banking, retail and software.
Arielle Zuckerberg @
Arielle was once a senior product manager at Humin, the app that organizes your phone contacts, but now she’s a partner at Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers. Still, it could be helpful to follow the sister of Facebook creator Mark Zuckerberg. She’s sure to have some insider knowledge to share!
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