As this year’s Women 2.0 Startup Weekend is coming up on November 19-21, 2010 in Mountain View, we decided to take a look at what attendees of last year’s Women 2.0 Startup Weekend have been up to since that muggy August weekend in San Francisco.
Here are some attendees from Women 2.0 Startup Weekend 2009, and what they are doing now!
Alexa Andrzejewski (Founder, Foodspotting)
Follow her on Twitter at @ladylexy and her startup at @foodspotting. Foodspotting still looks as tasty as it did in 2009, but now with a lot more functionality — and $750k in seed funding!
Mariya Genzel (Co-Founder & CTO, SayHired)
Follow her on Twitter at @mashagenzel and her startup at @sayhired. SayHired started as Ultimate Hire at Women 2.0 Startup Weekend in 2009. Mariya will be speaking next Friday night.
Cindy Alvarez (Head of Product, KISSmetrics)
Follow her on Twitter at @cindyalvarez. Cindy worked on Professional Poke at last year’s Startup Weekend, and was “preggers and pitching!” Cindy blogs at Experience is the Product.
Sue Kim (Founder, Dress Me Sue)
Follow her on Twitter at @suesunmi and her startup at @dressmesue. Sue came to 2009 Women 2.0 Startup Weekend with her idea, and is still working on Dress Me Sue – coming soon!
Sarah Mei (Software Engineer, Pivotal Labs)
Follow her on Twitter at @sarahmei and her startup at @pivotallabs. She is currently at Pivotal Labs and is active in the SF Ruby community as well as Ruby on Rails workshops for women.
Sumaya Kazi (Founder, Sumazi)
Follow her on Twitter at @sumaya and her startup at @sumazi. Sumaya came to 2009 Women 2.0 Startup Weekend to work on “I Give a Damn!”. Today, Sumaya is now heading up Sumazi.
Join us for Women 2.0 Startup Weekend this year — November 19 thru November 21 in Mountain View, CA — Calling all developers, designers, marketers, PMs, etc. Start projects, start companies!
Did you attend the 2009 Women 2.0 Startup Weekend? Please keep in touch!
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