- Allison Worthington MediaPrincipal, 2007 - present
- BlissDom EventsCCO. Co-Founder, 2008 - 2013
- Blissfully DomesticFounder, 2008 - 2013
Sorry Internet, You can't call me.
I help people live life well and build things that matter.
In 2008 I founded Blissfully Domestic Magazine as well as co-founded the wildly successful BlissDom Conference. In 2010 BlissDom expanded into Canada with BlissDom Canada and became the first International Women's Social Media conference.
Where I Advise-
I serve on the Intel Social Media Advisory Board as well as the Gener.us Board of Advisers.
I am an advisor to Safe World, an NGO committed to meeting needs around the world in the areas of community health, and education.
Where I Write-
The column This is Alli, that focuses on my life as a working mom of five is a featured column on the Disney site, Babble.com.
Business- My articles on the Citibank property, Women & Co. related to personal finance, technology, productivity and career advice have been featured on the Huffington Post.
I curate headlines and quality articles covering digital trends, technology, social media and productivity at Worthington Wire.
In addition to advising Safe World, I have the honor of using my platform to share the work of nonprofit organizations. Last July I traveled to Ethiopia with the nonprofit organization, Food for the Hungry. I met with the leaders in the field, captured their stories and shared them with readers worldwide.
Who I Help-
Fortune 500 companies, small business owners and global humanitarian organizations are among those I've been lucky enough to help. Experiential marketing, social media strategy, digital storytelling are favorite topics.
Speaking engagement topics range from business (social media best practices, building successful communities, social media marketing, starting your own business) to life development.
When not living out of a suitcase, I'm home with my husband and five sons outside Nashville, TN. For a peek into my dreams, check out my life list!
- Google Search :)Everything, present
- University of Tennessee