7Veils Providing Social Media Services to Women of Sex Tech

7Veils Providing Social Media Services to Women of Sex Tech

NEW YORK — Lauren MacEwen, 7Veils Social Media’s CEO and top strategist, has stepped forward to oversee Twitter social media efforts for the Women of Sex Tech organization.

MacEwen’s management of the sex-tech group’s Twitter feed comes months after she was added to its list of “Female Founders.”

“Women of Sex Tech is an inclusive community of sex-positive women changing the sex tech industry,” MacEwen said. “The group represents artists, creators, entrepreneurs, journalists, educators, innovators and engineers who have branched out into what used to be a male dominated sector to add a new boost of energy, excitement and enthusiasm.

“Managing the Twitter for the group is something I am proud to do because I feel it will have an impact on the way business is done in sex tech more broadly for many years to come.”

Women of Sex Tech was founded by Unbound CEO Polly Rodriguez and House of Plume’s Lidia Bonilla.

In addition to operating 7Veils, MacEwen is a frequent speaker at industry conferences and a renowned expert on social media strategy.

Check out the group’s new Twitter account at @womenofsextech.


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