Liz Klinger is the Co-founder and CEO of Lioness as well as an inventor of the Lioness Smart Vibrator, the first and only biofeedback vibrator and app that provides data on arousal and orgasm from one's own body.
Klinger has been featured in The New York Times's Women of the World and presented at TEDx, HIMSS Health 2.0, SXSW, The Commonwealth Club in San Francisco, and top universities around the world including Stanford, UC Berkeley, MIT, and Chalmers. She also co-founded a COVID-19 initiative called Mask Match (www.mask-match.com) to help address the PPE shortage at the beginning of the pandemic — facilitating the matching of nearly 1 million masks from people with spare masks with healthcare workers who need masks now. She is also an award-winning artist with work featured in a number of publications and independent shows. In her spare time she likes gardening weird plants, raising chickens, and obsessing over her adorable Lionhead bunnies Poppy and Daisy.
What is the Lioness Vibrator?
The Lioness Vibrator is the first and only biofeedback vibrator and app that provides data on arousal and orgasm from one's own body. This allows users to discover what works best sexually and literally see (visually) how numerous conditions like diet, mood, sleep, and medications affect their sexuality.
Lioness's technology is based on lab equipment only available in a few specialized research labs around the world, packaged in a small, sleek, and portable device that's available in your bedroom to give people new ways to explore their pleasure and health.