Alison Falk is founder of Sex Tech Space - a quarterly publication aimed at technologists and engineers that creates dialogue on the intersection of technology and sexuality. As a developer and cybersecurity master’s candidate, she has observed how the sextech segment of the tech industry is often swept under the rug at conferences and meetups. Thus, the goal with Sex Tech Space is to bring awareness to sextech and highlight the importance of progress and innovation in this area. As a byproduct, she hopes it will eliminate developer bias in the adult industry and open new avenues of credible career paths for individuals in technology. Alison is also the Managing Director of Women of Sex Tech and the founder and organizer of Women In Tech Pittsburgh.