The #DataLadies of Twitter...

Inspired by the Webbiquity post called "The Nifty 50 Top Women of Twitter for 2011" and the #DataLadies hashtag I've been using to flag the DataGeeks of the kinder sex, I decided to compile a list of the #DataLadies I follow on twitter.

So, in no particular order, I present to you some of my favorite #DataLadies on twitter to follow...




  • @jilldyche Jill Dyché
    Author, Presenter, Entrepreneur, Data Geek, Dog Rescuer - Jill is an all around fantastic person to keep an eye on.


  • @gwenthomasdgi Gwen Thomas
    I can't think of anyone else out there who has worked so hard to make Data Governance as mainstream as Ms. Thomas. She is the founder of the Data Governance Institute which can be found at: http://www.datagovernance.com


  • @datachick Karen Lopez
    Tweeting all the time about all things data and not-data, Karen is just a ton of fun to follow.


  • @RobertsPaige Paige Roberts
    Data Management, Database Development, Data Quality, Data Mining, Governance - you name it and Paige is tweeting about it. Paige also blogs at: http://www.pervasiveintegration.com


  • @JackieMRoberts Jackie Roberts
    Jackie posts great data tweets and blogs at http://dataforge.wordpress.com


  • @silverdata Loretta Mahon Smith
    Loretta is awesome. She runs our DAMA chapter, volunteers for DAMA international, goes to data management conferences to meet everyone and is an all around great data management professional to follow.


  • @sheezaredhead Jill Wanless
    Jill posts data and non-data (real life) tweets, she finds great things to read and is certainly worth keeping on your follow list. Jill's Blog is at: http://sheezaredhead.wordpress.com


  • @InaSAP Ina Mutschelknaus
    I haven't been following Ms. Mutschelknaus very long, but she's posting lots of good tweets and is most definitely worth adding to your follow list.


  • @tydak Patricia Bramhall
    BI Gal, Ms. Bramhall tweets all things good for the #BI hashtag. If by chance at some point you need to use the data your managing, follow @tydak for some good ideas. Ms. Bramhall's own site is: http://www.tydak.com


  • @Datagrrl April Reeve
    I have to attribute my favorite "recent" tweet to someone who said that Ms. Reeve told folks at her recent presentation that "She does data stuff", so awesome. April posts on her blog at http://thoughtsondata.com so take a peek.


  • @redjane Jane Roberts
    Real life posts by Ms. Roberts are always fun to read from this Canadian member of the #DataLadies club.


  • @wiseanalytics Lyndsay Wise
    Follow Ms. Wise, another #DataLady who tweets about actually "using" data. Also take a peek at her site: http://www.wiseanalytics.com


  • @LoveStats Annie Pettit
    Another Canadian #DataLadies club member who is making data valuable (are we seeing a pattern?). Her blog can be found at: http://lovestats.wordpress.com


  • @RobinPStehlik Robin Stehlik
    The heart of Rock 'N Roll isn't the only thing in Cleveland, so is Ms. Stehlik and her data related tweets.


  • @FirstSanFranMDM Kelle O'Neal
    Ms. O'Neal's tweets are primarily about the "business" side of #MDM, very good to keep an eye on. Her website: http://www.firstsanfranciscopartners.com


  • @data_nerd Carla Gentry
    Another "new" #DataLady I found recently, so far so good! Her website: http://www.analytical-solution.com


  • @BrendaSomich Brenda Somich
    Ms. Somich's tweets and blogs at the Mike 2.0 Community http://mike2.openmethodology.org her website: http://www.marketforcause.com


  • @GeekStats GeekStats (Myra Phan?)
    Although not blogging about Data Management, Ms. GeekStats tweets interesting statistics about the real world, take a peek.




  • I'm sure I've missed a few fantastic #DataLadies out there and if you are one of them I'm sorry about that. If you've got suggestions for another member of the #DataLadies club please comment.

    Until next time...Rich

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