Tag Archive: Mashable

  1. limor-fried
    by Angie Chang

    Female Founders To Watch: Women With Solid Technical Chops – And Own It

    For a thorough list of technical women founding companies (CTOs, CEOs, VPs of engineering and more), check out this list.

    By Angie Chang (Co-Founder & Editor-in-Chief, Women 2.0)

    Of the five finalists for Entrepreneur Magazine’s ENTREPRENEUR OF THE YEAR award, there is a female founder – Limor Fried.

    The MIT-educated electrical engineer (pictured) started electronics hobbyist company Adafruit Industries to distribute DIY electronics toys like littleBits and Arduino items. Vote for her for “Entrepreneur of the Year” for the eponymous magazine – go on, go do it!

    It’s been pointed out on Twitter that the recent Mashable list of 44 female founders includes hardly any technical

  2. new-york-city
    by Angie Chang

    Where The Ladies At?? #NYCEdition

    By Ellie Cachette (Founder & CEO, ConsumerBell)

    Editor’s note: Thanks to Ellie Cachette for co-hosting Founder Friday New York earlier this month – You can find pictures from Founder Friday New York (December 2011) here. To sign up for next month’s Founder Friday New York, click here.

    There a lot going on in New York City these days.

    I was proudly featured in a New York City startup calendar, which then got picked up by Mashable.

    For more on the calendar, visit Only In The Alley.