Female Founders to Watch: TechCrunch Disrupt 2010

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While the TechCrunch Disrupt panel on Women in Tech was deflating, the female founders pushed forward onstage and delivered strong pitches. We at Women 2.0 excitedly look forward to their success in the coming months. Here are some female founders to watch from TechCrunch Disrupt 2010:

J'aime Ohm (Founder, WiseDame) Follow her on Twitter at @jaimeohm and her startup at @wisedame. TechCrunch covers her win at TC Disrupt 2010: "WiseDame Wins The TC Disrupt Hackathon, A Black Box For Real Life".

Julia Hu (Founder, Lark) Follow her startup at @ourlark. TechCrunch covers her appearance at TC Disrupt 2010: "Lark Will Wake You Silently Without A Jarring Alarm".

Melanie Moore (Co-Founder, ToVieFor) Follow her startup at @toviefor. TechCrunch covers her appearance at TC Disrupt 2010: "ToVieFor: Entertainment Shopping Meets High Fashion (With Cheap Handbags Galore!)".

Michelle Zatlyn (Co-Founder, CloudFlare) Follow her at @zatlyn and her startup at @cloudflare. Cloudflare won "Most Innovative Award" at TechCrunch Disrupt 2010.

Sumaya Kazi (Founder, Sumazi) Follow her on Twitter at @sumaya and her startup at @sumazi. TechCrunch covers her appearance at TC Disrupt 2010: "Sumazi, A Connection Recommendation Engine".

Tara Hunt (Founder, Shwowp) Follow her on Twitter at @missrogue and her startup at @shwowp. TechCrunch covers her appearance at TC Disrupt 2010: "Shwowp Wants To Change The Way You Shop".