Digital Penetration: Love & Sex for Overachievers

A session at Blacks in Tech at SXSW Interactive

Saturday 9th March, 2013

11:30am to 12:30am (CST)

In the age of geeky chic and nerdy cool, brands are tapping into the global affinity for the highly intelligent audience. While there are plenty of resources to help high achievers with their careers and businesses, there is still a dearth of resources to help the driven with their love and sex lives. In this lively discussion, writer-entrepreneurs Kaneisha Grayson and Arielle Loren will discuss how they penetrated the digital landscape of love and sex advice. They will explore the existing and emerging opportunities, benefits, and challenges of helping highly accomplished women and men unleash their sexiness and get the dating and mating education that you can’t get in the ivory tower. Kaneisha Grayson is a Harvard MBA, author of Be Your Own Boyfriend, and founder of coaching and consulting firm Love & Achievement LLC. Arielle Loren is the founder of sexuality magazine CORSET, documentary filmmaker of the award-winning film Bideology, a sexuality writer, and a NYU graduate.

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Kaneisha Grayson

Writer, coach, cinephile, slow traveler. Helping you live + love to your highest potential. Harvard MBA/MPA. My book Be Your Own Boyfriend launches March 2013! bio from Twitter

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Arielle Loren

I run the “go-to magazine for all things sexuality.” (@CORSETmagazine) I also write about sex for your favorite publications @TheGrio @EbonyMag @ClutchMagazine bio from Twitter

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Damon Young

4 attendees

  • Arielle Loren
  • Damon Young
  • Kaneisha Grayson
  • Martine Syms

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Time 11:30am12:30am CST

Date Sat 9th March 2013


BiT House | Colorado Room, Hilton Garden Inn Austin Downtown

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