14 ATL Tech Leaders to Follow on Twitter

Once upon a time, a mentor solely existed IRL (in real life) and could only be reached after careful networking. But now, with social media, you can find the right kind of advice, from a CEO or venture capitalist, with just a few clicks.

Most tech leaders have joined the troupes of social media and are often churning out advice to young entrepreneurs via their Twitter pages. We’ve compiled a list of some Atlanta leaders that make us think. Go ahead and give them a follow.

1. Charlie Paparelli, Professional Angel Investor

2. Rodney Sampson, Partner, Diversity + Inclusion Initiatives at TechSquare Labs

3. Kyle Porter, CEO of SalesLoft

4. Jen Bonnett, Founder of Startup Chicks & General Manager of ATDC

5. David Cummings, Entrepreneur, Investor, & Co-Founder of Pardot and Founder of The Atlanta Tech Village

6. Sangram Vajre, CMO & Founder of Terminus

7. Michael Maxsenti, Co-founder of Sequr

8. Brandy Nagel, Program Manager for the Georgia Tech Startup House

9. Emma Loggins, Editor-in-Chief at FanBolt & CEO of ExciteCS

10. Chau Nguyen, Founder of HireWire

11. Allen Nance, Entrepreneur, Investor & Founder of WhatCounts & TechSquare Labs

12. Michael Tavani, Co-founder of Scoutmob & Switchyards

13. Jacqui Chew, Founder of iFusion, CMO of Gimme Vending, & Startup Catalyst at ATDC

14. Hubert Liu, CTO of Rigor