After all, Andersen can charge up to 0,000 for her matchmaking services.
“It’s a little bit underground,” she said of Linx in a Vanity Fair article.
“If you do participate in these sex parties, don’t ever think about starting a company or having someone invest in you. Silicon Valley has long had a reputation for lacking female founders and venture capital partners.
But in 2017, allegations of sexual harassment burst into plain view as a number of victims went public with accusations.
Her aim was to get him to go off-script and have a spontaneous conversation with his dates.
When he was done with her advice and services, his bill was $10,000.“I’ve always been socially awkward and I think I’m less so now,” he told Marketplace. But from one point of view, the answer to that question is -- is it going to work?
And over the course over the year, as the #Me Too movement began to ripple across the entertainment world, big Silicon Valley names were accused of sexual harassment, influential tech blogger Robert Scoble, Justin Caldbeck of Binary Capital, and Shervin Pishevar from Sherpa Capital and Hyperloop One.