Sex Tech Space is a Pittsburgh-based, bi-monthly publication aimed at technologists and engineers that creates dialogue on the intersection of technology and sexuality. shado sat down with founder Alison Falk to talk all things sextech and the way she is pioneering equality, diversity and sex workers’ rights within the industry....
JoinedJuly 1, 2019
Alison is the founder of Women In Technology Pittsburgh (WIT PGH) as well as the founder of a digital platform + publication on the intersection and disruption of tech and human sexuality Sex Tech Space. She is a front-end software engineer with experience in startup and corporate environments and holds a master’s degree in brand management. She is also a cybersecurity master’s candidate at the George Washington University and a recipient of the (ISC)2 Center for Cyber Safety Education award. Alison has been awarded the RedChairPgh scholarship for leadership as a mid-career woman in IT and has been featured in WIRED, WIRED.jp, Women of Silicon Valley, WomenInTech, Female Tech Leaders, EAN, and more.