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By edith on 07-25-2010

Yep! These influential business gals all live in San Francisco and Silicon Valley area.

They are amazing women and trailblazers who have successfully built their business empire and guess what – they are on Twitter! Follow them for inspiration from other women who have done it and are making a huge impact on the world.

Padmasree Padmasree Warrior – CTO of Cisco
Rashmi Sinha– CEO and Cofounder of Slideshare
Christine Christine Herron– Early-stage investor at First Round Capital.
Shaherose Shaherose Charania – Co-founder of Women 2.0
Sheryl Sheryl Sandberg- COO of Facebook
Ann Miura-Ko – Investing Ninja and Co-founding partner at FLOODGATE
Carly Fiorina Carly Fiorina- California Senate Candidate and Former Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Hewlett-Packard Company (HP)
Akilah Bolden-Monifa Akilah Bolden-Monifa – Producer at CBS 5 (KPIX-TV)
Sukhinder Singh- CEO of Polyvore and former President of Google’s Asia-Pacific and Latin American operations
Sharon Vosmek – CEO of Astia
Andrea Zurek- Angel investor at XG VenturesSM
Jennifer Leggio - ZDNet social business blogger + Fortinet strategic communications director
Jessica Livingston – Founding partner of the seed stage venture firm Y Combinator
Wendy Beecham– CEO of The Forum for Women Entrepreneurs & Executives
Charline Li – Founder, Altimeter Group. Author, Open Leadership. Co-author, Groundswell.
Marissa Mayer – Google VP of Search
Tina Seelig – Executive director of the Stanford Technology Ventures Program
Jessica Verrilli- Strategic Initiatives & Corp Dev at Twitter
Kara Swisher – Columnist, BoomTown, AllThings
Alice Waters - Founder of Chez Panisse
Meg Whitman – Former CEO of eBay
Susan Wu Susan Wu – Founder and CEO of Ohai
Randi Randi Zuckerberg – Unofficial Facebook correspondent for CNN
Sarah Milstein – Co-chair of Web2Expo + co-author of TheTwitterBook.
Veronica Veronica Belmont – With over 1.6 million followers, the co-host of Revision3’s tech-centric show, Tekzilla, and Qore on the PlayStation Network definitely has a voice in the Valley!

And, if you’re still not following @BizTechDay on Twitter, you should!

If you want to meet some of these most Influential Business Women in person, come join us at BizTechDay.

4 Responses to “25 Influential Business Women in San Francisco/Silicon Valley You Should Follow on Twitter 2010”

  1. Toby Morning Says:

    I find it very hard to believe not one African American women shows up on your “25 most influential” business women in the area . If I am not mistaken, XEROX is a pretty big company, and the woman running deserves some credit here, lets not mention Carol Williams over in Oakland.

  2. Mark Johnson Says:

    You’ve got to be kidding me. Alice Waters has two tweets, the last one from 2009. That just tells me that your list wasn’t very well researched…

  3. Carlos Hernandez Says:

    Thank you for the list.

    Note that a few have only 2-4 tweets and have not updated for weeks nor months.

  4. edith Says:

    Thanks Toby for your feedback! =) There are a lot of amazing women out there! And not everyone of them are on Twitter, if they are and we missed it. Please comment and include their Twitter Handle. We would love to include them!

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