By Angie Chang (Co-Founder & Editor-in-Chief, Women 2.0)
In the last few weeks, we watched the NewMe accelerator launch the first class of minority led start-ups. We also watched the TechStars Boulder class launch a class of new ventures.

Here are the women starting some of those newly launched companies:

Angela Benton (Founder, Cued)
Angela founded of Cued, a mobile app changing the way you experience location. She co-founded NewMe and publishes Black Web 2.0. Follow her on Twitter at @ABenton.
Tiffani Ashley Bell (Founder & CEO, Pencil You In)
Rails developer Tiffani launched Pencil You In, the best online appointment book for beauticians and other cosmetology professionals. Follow her on Twitter at @Tiffani.

Alisa Boguslavskaya (Co-Founder, FetchMob)
Alisa co-founded FetchMob, a way to allow people to buy what they need without shopping for it. Follow her on Twitter at @alisabog.

Becky Cruze (Co-Founder, BeCouply)
Becky co-founded and lead business development for BeCouply, the mobile app that helps couples have epic social lives.Follow her on Twitter at @beckyloveshugs.

Erika Trautman (Co-Founder & COO, FlixMaster)
Erika is the COO and Co-Founder of Flixmaster, a technology company dedicated to bringing enhanced interactivity and branching to online video.

Charlotte Genevier (Co-Founder, SocialEngine)
Developer Charlotte launched SocialEngine, a PHP-based white label social network platform growing to $1MM/year. Follow her on Twitter at @cgenevier.