Women in Nonprofit Technology Rock Stars

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In December, Fast Company published an article called "The Most Influential Women in Web 2.0" featuring about a dozen amazing women who work in the Web 2.0.  The list included BlogHer founders Elisa Camahort Page, Jory Des Jardins, and Lisa Stone.  The list also included, Kaliya Hamlin, who is the founder of She's Geeky, a women and technology conference taking place in Mountain View, CA on January 30-31st. (Registration here)


The post sparked heated debate in spots on the social web, some of it not necessarily enlighted dialogue.  

This month, Fast Company, has another article in print and on the web called "The Most Influential Women in Technology" and it includes a number of different categories beyond Web 2.0.   I'm humbled to be on the "Activists" list!

But as with any "best of" or "most this or that" list, it's bound to be incomplete.   So, this gives me a great excuse to share with you a list of Women in Nonprofit Who Are Rock Stars.    If you are interested in the nonprofit sector or social change, check out their blogs and subscribe.  So, in no particular order:

Marnie Webb
Holly Ross
Rachel Weidinger
Amy Sample Ward
Nina Simon
Laura Whitehead
Katya Andresen
Georgia Popplewell
Jordan Viator
Britt Bravo
Judi Sohn
Katrin Verclas
Allison Fine
Qui Diaz
Rebecca Krause Hardie
Leslie Poston
Maria Thurrell
Lucy Bernholz
Michelle Murrain
Danielle Brigida
Christine Eggers
Johanna Bates
Michele Martin
Rebecca Corliss
Laura Lee Dooley
Allyson Kapin
Wendy Harman
Heather Holdridge
Alexandra Rampy
Deborah Finn
Nancy Schwartz
Nedra Weinreich
Maddie Grant
Jocelyn Harmon
The Women Who Blog At Idealware
Kivi Leroux Miller

This list is by no means complete.  Who are your favorite bloggers who write about nonprofits technology?

Beth Kanter, BlogHer CE for Nonprofits and Social Change, writes Beth's Blog.


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