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.
— Dr. Kiki Sanford (@drkiki) March 20, 2015
— Molly Wood (@mollywood) March 17, 2015
— Nancy Shute (@nancyshute) March 20, 2015
— Monica Eng (@monicaeng) March 19, 2015
Hoy en el programa de La Doctora Isabel: Alabando a tus hijos por logros mediocres. llámanos al 1-800-522-1235… http://t.co/md1c382VA9
— La Doctora Isabel (@DraIsabel) March 24, 2015
— Ina Jaffe (@InaJaffeNPR) March 19, 2015
This robot helped recover people in the debris after 9/11 pic.twitter.com/KPf3HbjykA
— Laura Sydell (@Sydell) March 16, 2015
Everybody! Vote for Invisibilia in the March Public Radio Madness! http://t.co/7NVeO1fng3 Should pop culture beat science?
— Alix Spiegel (@aspiegelnpr) March 18, 2015
11am PT, Join me and Heal Grow Shine: Be Your Potential w/ Wendy R Wolf, We Die and we Rise to New Life! Tune in: http://t.co/8PEHs5ap5j
— TheDrPatShow (@TheDrPatShow) March 24, 2015
— Lulu Miller (@lmillernpr) March 9, 2015
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