Here’s The First Tweets From People Who Now Work At Twitter

Here’s The First Tweets From People Who Now Work At Twitter
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For a bit of fun, we thought it’d be intriguing to see what some of the Twitter big guns tweeted about for their first tweet.

We used this free public Twitter tool, which you can have some fun with here. Otherwise, sit back and enjoy. If we’ve missed some who you reckon should be involved, do the right thing and tweet us @bandt.

The Australian Team

Managing director: Karen Stocks – when entering her Twitter handle @KazStocks nothing came up.

Head of marketing: Marshall Maher

Head of sales: Ian Wheeler

Head of TV partnerships in Australia: Tony Broderick

Sports partnership manager: Jonno Simpson

Lead account associate: Andrew Buckeridge

Global media partnerships: Chris Ledlin

Account exec: Cindy Burke

Account exec: Emily Foat

Partnerships of news and government: Flip Prior

Brand strategy: Grant Baxter

Account exec: Isaac Irvin

Sales: Jay Trudgen

Music, entertainment and events partnership: Jennie Sager

Director of public policy: Julie Inman Grant

Public policy fellow: Kara Hinesley

Account manager: Karilyn Thibodeau

Head of account management: Lottie Laws

Head of corporate comms: Nathan Burman

Account manager: Nicole Cadiz

Senior account manager: Nivin Sewpershad

Senior account exec: Olly Wilton

Account manager: Paddy Laws

Account manager/content specialist: Roden Vuong

Sales: Rommibelle Castaneda

Marketing and events coordinator: Summer Wards

Head of online sales: Suzy Nicoletti

Account coordinator: Teresa Walterman

The global team

Co-founder and CEO of Twitter: Jack Dorsey Screen Shot 2015-09-18 at 12.21.48 PM Co-founder of Twitter: Evan Williams Screen Shot 2015-09-25 at 10.02.44 AM Co-founder of Twitter: Biz Stone Screen Shot 2015-09-25 at 10.03.24 AMCo-founder of Twitter: Noah Glass Screen Shot 2015-09-25 at 10.03.57 AM President of global revenue and partnerships: Adam Bain Screen Shot 2015-09-18 at 12.23.04 PM Vice president of global media: Katie Jacobs Stanton Screen Shot 2015-09-18 at 12.24.08 PM Chief accounting officer: Robert Kaiden Screen Shot 2015-09-18 at 12.24.47 PM Chief technology officer: Adam Messinger Screen Shot 2015-09-18 at 12.26.08 PM Senior vice president of engineering: Alex Roetter Screen Shot 2015-09-18 at 12.28.05 PM Senior vice president of product: Kevin Weil Screen Shot 2015-09-18 at 12.28.52 PM Product manager, revenue: Ivan Santana Screen Shot 2015-09-25 at 10.21.50 AM

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