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Sextech Founder Glenise Kinard-Moore Is Awarded Second Place at This Year’s Black Ambition Prize – Femtech Insider


In a big win for the sex tech industry, Glenise Kinard-Moore, Founder of SkiiMoo Tech the company behind The VDOM, has been awarded second place at this year’s Black Ambition Prize. As the only sextech company in the competition and one of 3000 entrants, SkiiMoo Tech’s second place, that comes with a $250K financial award, is quite the achievement.

SkiiMoo Tech have recently launched the VDOM, a prosthetic genital device that can go from flaccid to erect at the push of a button via your smartphone or smartwatch and can be worn comfortably throughout your day-to-day activities. The device is engineered to allow users to easily control the VDOM during times of intimacy. It is designed for comfort with a medical grade, ultra-soft and realistic silicon outer sheath. The prosthetic penis attaches to specially designed VDOM underwear, which can be comfortably worn by any gender.

Commenting on the award SkiiMoo Tech Founder Glenise Kinard-Moore said “To have Black Ambition see me, and what we’re creating and understand it, has been a huge blessing. What Black Ambition is doing for black entrepreneurs is making such a massive impact. The resources we’ve had access to in the last 3 to 4 months have been incredible and now we have won this financial award we can continue our journey to making a difference with the launch and growth of The VDOM”.

Black Ambition Founder Pharrell Williams said: “We are so proud of all of these entrepreneurs that went through the Black Ambition Prize program, and it’s amazing to see these ideas and businesses come to life, Black Ambition paves the way for Black and Latinx entrepreneurs to turn their Mighty Dream into a reality.”

Black Ambition founder Pharrell Williams and CEO Felecia Hatcher announced the winners of the 2022 Black Ambition Grand Prize and HBCU Prize during the initiative’s” Dinner with a Purpose” event at Pharrell’s MIGHTY DREAM FORUM last Thursday night. In addition to announcing the top three prize finalists, Black Ambition awarded $2.5M to 31 founders over the course of the 3-day forum in Norfolk, VA.

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