Infographic: Top 5 Most Influencer Deaf Women in 2021

For second year, on the occasion of International Women's Day, here are compiled the most influential deaf women in social media according to the number of followers.

Below is the infographic with the five most influential deaf women in each social media and below that, the 10 most influential deaf women adding up all the social media in which they are. This year there are some changes:
  • TikTok has been added because of its fast growth in the last year.
  • Facebook does not provide the exact number of followers on some accounts and some deaf women have deleted their accounts due to recent Facebook scandals.
See the infographic from 2020: Infographic: Most Influencer Deaf Women in 2020

Infographic: Top 5 Most Influencer Deaf Women in 2021

Infographic from Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and TikTok from Top 5 Most Influencer Deaf Women in 2021

Transcription for people with low vision or blindness:

Instagram:
  • Jessica Kellgren-Fozard (UK): 306,010 followers.
  • Katie Leclerc (USA): 259,050 followers.
  • Fanni Weisz (Hungary): 241,011 followers.
  • Lauren Ridloff (USA): 241,011 followers.
  • Marlee Matlin (USA): 216,199 followers.
Twitter:
  • Marlee Matlin (USA): 409,684 followers.
  • Katie Leclerc (USA): 107,620 followers.
  • Jessica Kellgren-Fozard (UK): 50,694 followers.
  • Ashley Fiolek (USA): 46,299 followers.
  • Cäsar Jacobson: 45,790 followers.
Facebook:
  • Marlee Matlin (USA): 203,395 followers.
  • Fanni Weisz (Hungary): 116k followers.
  • Imane Lachiri (Spain): 111,889 followers.
  • Stacey Marlene (USA): 73,337 followers.
  • Sheena Lyles (USA): 67,079 followers.
YouTube:
  • Jessica Kellgren-Fozard (UK): 837k followers.
  • Cheyenna Clearbrook (USA): 125k followers.
  • Rikki Pointer (USA): 91,600 followers.
  • Chrissy Marshall (USA): 42,200 followers.
  • Stacey Marlene (USA): 14,200 followers.
TikTok:
  • Scarlet May (USA): 4 M. followers.
  • Chrissy Marshall (USA): 1,2 M. followers.
  • Amanda Spitalieri (USA): 405,400 followers.
  • Nakia Smith (USA): 390,700 followers.
  • Jessica Kellgren-Fozard (UK): 141,100 followers.

10 Most Influencer Deaf Women All Social Media

These are the 10 most influencer deaf women in the world, ranked from least to most followers in total for all social media in which they are. You can click on each media to follow them.


10. Cheyenna Clearbrook

Influencer (USA)


67,729 followers
125k followers
TikTok: 4,832 followers

Total: 197,561 followers

9. Lauren Ridloff

Actress (USA)


225,964 followers
21,029 followers

Total: 246,993 followers

8. Fanni Weisz

Model (Hungary)


241,011 followers
116,000 followers
61 followers
TikTok: 832 followers

Total: 357,904 followers

7. Katie Leclerc

Actress (USA)


259,050 followers
107,620 followers

Total: 366.670 followers

6. Amanda Spitalieri

Influencer (USA)


3,274 followers
TikTok: 405,400 followers

Total: 408,674 followers

5. Nakia Smith

Influencer (USA)


44,988 followers
2,080 followers
TikTok: 390,700 followers

Total: 437,768 followers

4. Marlee Matlin

Actress (USA)


216,199 followers
203,395 followers
409,684 followers
TikTok: 2,020 followers

Total: 831,298 followers

3. Chrissy Marshall

Influencer (USA)


23,875 followers
2,658 followers
28,694 followers
42,200 followers
TikTok: 1,2 M. followers

Total: 1.297.427 followers

2. Jessica Kellgren-Fozard

Influencer (UK)


306,010 followers
2,034 followers
50,694 followers
837k followers
TikTok: 141,100 followers

Total: 1,336,838 followers

1. Scarlet May

Influencer (USA)


82,173 followers
10,800 followers
TikTok: 4 M. followers

Total: 4,092,973 followers

How Was the Data Collected?

In order to obtain the number of followers, five social media in which the influencers have the highest presence at the moment have been taken as a reference: Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and TikTok. In all cases, profiles or pages must be public (i.e. not private or closed access) and, in the case of Facebook, the number of followers is taken, not the number of likes on the page.

Data were collected at 28 February 2021. Leave a comment below if you know of any deaf women who should be in the next 2022 infographic.

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