By far the most social space in the VoiceFirst community is Twitter. And there are just too many people to list below. We suggest you start by following the #VoiceFirst hashtag, and then start looking in the lists below for people, organizations and topics that interest you.
#VoiceFirst Hashtag on Twitter https://twitter.com/search?q=%23voicefirst
Voice AI Thought Leaders by Houndify https://twitter.com/Houndify/lists/voice-ai-thought-leaders/members
VoiceSummit19 by Brett Adler https://twitter.com/brettadler/lists/voicesummit19
Women in Voice by Joan Palmiter Bajorek https://twitter.com/joanbajorek/lists/women-in-voice
Voice Tech by Carl Robinson https://twitter.com/VoiceTechCarl/lists/voice-tech
VoiceFirst by Scot Westwater https://twitter.com/scotwestwater/lists/voicefirst
Alexa by Stuart Crane https://twitter.com/sdcrane/lists/alexa
Alexa Team by Alexa Developers https://twitter.com/alexadevs/lists/alexa-team
Alexa Champions by Alexa Developers https://twitter.com/alexadevs/lists/alexa-champions
Most of the VoiceFirst activity on Facebook happens on pages and in groups. There isn't a lot of discussions happening on people's personal pages
Voiceflow Group https://www.facebook.com/groups/voiceflowgroup
VoiceHero Community Group https://www.facebook.com/groups/VoiceHero
VOICE Summit https://www.facebook.com/voicesummitai
To engage with people in the VoiceFirst community on LinkedIn, the best way to start is send invites and make connections. Once you've grown your network, you'll start interacting with people via your feed and having private conversations via messaging. Groups are not a popular feature in LinkedIn.
Women in Voice - Women Only https://www.linkedin.com/groups/13612934