The Year's Best Women on Twitter

3rd Annual Shorty Awards nominations for the Women category have ended.
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Women Shorty Award Winner

As determined by the Real-Time Academy.

Women Shorty Award Leaders

1st

Jane Nation

Jane Nation

Sisterhood for women of all ages to discuss everything from finance, travel, beauty, flying solo, kids, menopause & how mainstream media (mis)represents us.
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2nd

Pamela Wible MD

Pamela Wible MD

Pamela Wible, M.D., pioneered community ideal medical care & is co-author of Goddess Shift: Women Leading for a Change with Michelle Obama & Oprah Winfrey.
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3rd

Linda Naiman

Linda Naiman

Corporate Alchemist, Creativity and Innovation Consultant, Coach, Speaker, co-author of Orchestrating Collaboration at Work, arts-based learning
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4th

Andrea Meyer

Andrea Meyer

CEO Working Knowledge writer: innovation strategy productivity success profiles metrics growth practical tips elearning e20 KM intl conferences socialmedia
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4th
(tie)

Renee Hopkins

Renee Hopkins

Asst Dir Comms at UTexas-McCombs School of Biz; editor, @TexasEnterprise. All about innovation, creativity, music, food, U of Alabama football.
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4th
(tie)

Inspirational Quotes

Inspirational Quotes

Inspirational quotes by the greatest Women Of History.
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