25 Diversity & Inclusion Experts to Follow on Twitter

In Blog, Diversity & Inclusion by Felicia Jadczak

Twitter has proven to be an incredibly rich resource on diversity and inclusion, where we not only learn from, but are inspired by, many of the voices speaking to this work. From Aubrey Blanche‘s no holds barred truth telling on diversity in tech to Case Foundation‘s groundbreaking work in inclusive entrepreneurship, we continue to be amazed by the good work they’re doing. We thought we’d share with you some of our favorite twitter accounts that motivate and educate us in this quickly evolving landscape:

  1. AAUW, @AAUW
  2. Angelica Ross, @angelicaross
  3. Aubrey Blanche, @adblanche
  4. Better Male Allies, @betterallies
  5. BroadMic, @broadmic
  6. Case Foundation, @CaseFoundation
  7. /dev/color, @devcolororg
  8. Ellen K. Pao, @ekp
  9. Equal Pay Act, @equalpayact
  10. Eric Peterson, @DiversityEric
  11. Glassbreakers, @Glassbreakersco
  12. Haas Institute, @HaasInstitute
  13. HBS Gender Initiative, @HBSgender
  14. Janet Ikpa, @jikpapa
  15. Jennifer Brown, @jenniferbrown
  16. Kapor Capital, @KaporCapital
  17. Karen Fleshman, @FleshmanKaren
  18. Kim Elsesser, @kimelsesser
  19. Minority Business Enterprise Magazine, @MBEmag
  20. Morgan DeBaun, @MorganDeBaun
  21. Muslim Voices, @muslimvoices
  22. National Women’s Law Center, @nwlc
  23. RaceForward, @RaceForward
  24. UMass Center for Women in Politics and Public Policy, @CWPPP_UMB
  25. Women Impacting Public Policy, @WIPPWeDecide

Did we forget any? Tell us on Twitter!