The next Most Powerful Women in tech

These accomplished women didn't make the MPW ranking—this year. Meet a group of executives who are at the center of some of the most exciting developments, mergers and turnarounds in technology.

Chloe Sladden

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Vice President, Media

Twitter

Sladden was hired by Twitter co-founder Evan Williams after she successfully integrated Tweets into Current TV's coverage of the 2008 presidential elections. At Twitter, Sladden's responsibilities include creating and maintaining relationships with the information network's most influential users, from actors to civic leaders. Her role will likely increase post-IPO: Twitter is reportedly exploring ways to better integrate multimedia into the user experience, potentially as another revenue stream.

  @FortuneMagazine - Last updated October 16 2013 08:18 AM ET
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