11 Female Journalists to Follow on Twitter
UPDATE: We added an 11th!
Popular opinion shows that girls run the world – popular opinions being Beyonce and every female ever. Ask anyone and whoever disagrees just didn’t hear the question.
Since social media is real life, we can only assume this also applies to Twitter, a place where women can freely express their humble opinions without fear of criticisms and scrutiny. LOL JK.
In the spirit of running the universe and consequently, the Twitterverse, here are 10 women journalists we think you should follow – because after all, we all know women are better with directions anyways.
It’s being polished. https://t.co/rBpXbzrI4n
— Brianna Keilar (@brikeilarcnn) August 12, 2016
Her crown, obvs.
“When I come home and dinner’s not ready, I’ll go through the roof, okay?” https://t.co/lnNeqOw0VW
— Laura Barron-Lopez (@lbarronlopez) August 18, 2016
Same, Laura. Same.
I hope Michael phelps loses like one ab after retiring to prove he’s human.
— Kate Nocera (@KateNocera) August 14, 2016
She’s pro-organ donation.
Except we aren’t “far left wing” – literacy is awesome. You should try it. https://t.co/qaR3V7gS8G
— Jackie Kucinich (@JFKucinich) August 22, 2016
She knows her left from her right.
— Megan R. Wilson (@misswilson) August 19, 2016
She stops things before they get out of hand.
I thought alt-right was something you hit on your computer to crash it but I guess it’s something you hit on your country to crash it
— Alexandra Petri (@petridishes) August 25, 2016
She’s way ahead of technology.
(Guys. There’s office Sriracha at @vicenews. Multiple bottles.)
— Shawna Thomas (@Shawna) August 16, 2016
A happy office environment is key.
Favorite Playbook Scooplet: Ivanka’s scooped out bagel https://t.co/Bs9QKpp1Qd
— Anna Palmer (@apalmerdc) July 22, 2016
This chick has the scoop.
Dear @Kimpton – thank you for taking me in when I was marooned in Phoenix and upgrading me to the suite that has the BEST BATHTUB EVER.
— Nikki Schwab (@NikkiSchwab) August 25, 2016
It’s about appreciating the little things.
Is it too late to reinvent myself as a distinguished expert on the subject of Harambology? https://t.co/AFfoYayrBS
— Marin Cogan (@marincogan) August 15, 2016
No Marin, it’s not.
one day slack and twitter will be down at the same time and we’ll all have to do some hard self-reflecting
— Joanna Piacenza (@jpiacenza) September 7, 2018
Smart as they come. A rising star.