Inspiring Tweets

A Feb. 8 article in Forbes Woman identifies 20 Inspiring Women to follow on Twitter, and a Washington and Lee alumna is on the list. We blogged about the work of Robyn McCord O’Brien of the Class of 1993 last April. Robyn is the founder of the AllergyKids Foundation, which supports and inspires parents and caregivers in their efforts to protect the health of their children with food allergies, asthma, ADHD or autism. She’s also the author of The Unhealthy Truth: How Our Food Is Making Us Sick and What We Can Do About It. The Forbes Woman piece is all about research on Twitter, which shows that men have 15 percent more followers than women do on the social networking tool. The 20 women in the article are, the author writes, more than worth following, and Robyn is among them. She already has 2,964 followers, but her Tweets about food reform are valuable enough to demand even more followers. You can follow Robyn at @UnhealthyTruth.

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