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Top 10 Women on Radio Covering Health, Science, and Tech

Who runs the world? Girls! Or women rather. Women have long been making important contributions in the fields of health, science, and technology. This week, we have rounded up the most influential women on radio covering these topics, ranked by number of Twitter followers. Using Cision’s media database, we compiled the list based on Cision’s proprietary research. This list changes over time as Twitter followers update in real-time; all numbers were pulled March 25, 2015.

 

 

1. Kirsten Sanford – Host, This Week in Science – 182,764

 

 

2.  Molly Wood – Senior Technology Correspondent, Marketplace – 97,715

 

 

3.  Nancy Shute – Health Reporter, NPR – 10,567

 

 

4.  Monica Eng – Producer & Host, WBEZ – FM – 10,211

 

 

5.  Isabel Gomez-Bassols – Host, Dra. Isabel – 9,704

 

 

6.  Ina Jaffe – Correspondent, NPR – 8,959

 

 

7.  Laura Sydell – Reporter, NPR – 7,477

 

 

 

8.  Alix Spiegel – Reporter, NPR – 7,235

 

 

 

9.  Pat Baccili – Host, Dr. Pat – 5,059

 

 

 

10.  Lulu Miller – Reporter, NPR – 4,479

 

 

[Image Courtesy of  CIAT on Flickr.]

 

 

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