Jean Ann Van Krevelen is one of the most influential gardening communicators in the country. Through various blogs, Facebook groups and pages, websites, and through her long list of Twitter followers, Jean Ann inspires, educates, and challenges tens of thousands of gardeners each month. Her blog is nationally syndicated on a variety of popular websites such as Chicago Sun Times, Wall Street Journal, USA Today. She was named one of the most influential people on Twitter when Twitter named her as one one of the "2008 Top 50 Tweeple to Follow." She was also honored to be named one of the "50 Most Powerful and Influential Women in Socail Media." Jean Ann can be reached on Twitter through her username @JeanAnnVK
Amanda Thomsen is garden designer, master gardener and plantswoman who communicates her somewhat sassy garden theory to gardeners across the country as a contributing editor and writer for Horticulture Magazine's website and blogs. She is one of the most powerful communicators in gardening social media where she tirelessly educates gardeners on Twitter, blogs and on various Facebook pages and groups. She is also the co-host of a gardening podcast, Good Enough Gardening where she uses humor and real life experience to make gardening approachable and enjoyable. She can be reached on Twitter under her user name @kissmyaster
Robin Ripley is a writer, prolific cook and in demand garden speaker who educates gardeners on how best to create a productive garden that is also pleasing to the eye. She is the national garden columnist for Examiner.com and an influential blogger and communicator on sites such asFacebook and Twitter where she inspires her thousands of readers to grow their own food, cook it and enjoy it.
Teresa O'Connor is a Master Gardener and garden writer who reaches thousands of gardeners through her writing at Gardening How-To Magazine and the National Home Gardening Club website. She is a contributor to the U.C Cooperative Extension Service and writes about gardening, farming and eating nutritionally on her blog on Twitter. She can be reached at seasonalwisdom.com