Alli Worthington helps people build successful businesses and meaningful lives. Her success story has unlikely beginnings. In 2008, after the birth of her fifth son, Alli’s husband lost his high-paying corporate job and the family found themselves bankrupt and homeless. Alli set about building an online business and founded Blissfully Domestic Magazine, dedicated to empowering and informing women. This was soon followed by the co-founding of BlissDom Events, the largest international women’s blogging and social media conference.
Alli’s influence now extends from Fortune 500 companies to international humanitarian organizations to small business owners and entrepreneurs. Her expertise in digital marketing, branding, digital strategy, experiential marketing and transmedia storytelling make her an industry leader and sought-after speaker.
Alli’s writings can be found on her site AlliWorthington.com where she offers advice and inspiration on building a successful business. She also contributes to the Disney Corporation’s website Babble.com at “This is Alli;” it is ranked #33 in the Top 100 Blogs on Babble. Alli’s business articles can also be found on the Citibank property, Women & Co., where she discusses personal finance, technology, productivity and career advice. Her work has been featured on the Huffington Post. Good Morning America recently came to her house and featured her in a segment. She has served on the Intel Social Media Advisory Board as well as an advisor to the NGO Safeworld.
Alli’s first book, Breaking Busy: How to Find Peace and Purpose in a World of Crazy (Zondervan), released in January 2016. Her second, Fierce Faith: A Woman's Guide to Fighting Fear, Wrestling Worry, and Overcoming Anxiety (Zondervan) is due out in January '2018.
Alli lives outside Nashville, TN with her husband, Mark, their five sons, one rescued dog, a leopard gecko and two guinea pigs. Their house is loud, messy and filled with lots of belly laughs. Sometimes Alli escapes the man village by sneaking peeks at Twitter on her iPhone or curling up with a good book.