"We remove barriers to belonging by creating communities where people thrive."


"This place where I meet myself, is the place where I meet you."

                      -Audrey Bellis, Founder

Worthy Women started with a vision and a belief that everything we do stems from a place of whether we "feel worthy" or are hustling to make others believe that we are.

Too often we play it small or safe, we talk ourselves down from our dreams and second guess our abilities. It's easy to forget that the possibilities we envision for ourselves stem from what we think we deserve. To build relationships, businesses, and find our creativity we must first accept and believe we are worthy of them, because we inherently are worthy.

We created our free monthly event series as a safe space for tech and creative entrepreneurial women to learn best practices needed for success. But also to create a safe space and supportive community of amazing women who dare to play by their own rules, forge their own path, and live their true self worth.

So ask yourself...

When did you realize you were worthy? When did you decide you were worth more than 'that'?


From backstage...

The team the makes everything possible.


Audrey Bellis

Audrey Bellis


Audrey is a first generation Latina actively building the tech community in Los Angeles. She's the founder of StartUp DTLA and a Grid110 cofounder. 

Mayor Garcetti's office honored her as 1 of 5 "Inspiring Latina's of LA" and was named by TechOutLA as "a key player in the Eastside/DTLA tech movement". She has been published by The Huffington Post, BUNCH Magazine, Metro UK, GOOD Magazine, Morocco World News, and Times of Israel.

Urban explorer, often memorable.

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Yvette Montoya

Yvette Montoya

VP of Operations

Yvette is not your typical marketing maven. Starting out as an aspiring college professor she decided to jump ship and try her hand and building a tech company.

At Worthy Women she orchestrates everything behind the scenes. She specializes in consulting, experiential marketing & tech events for diverse communities. She is an artist, creating socially consious illustrations for Nylon Español and co-hosts the #BrownGirlsRising podcast. This multitasking lady has her hands full most of the time but when she unplugs you'll find her trying her hand at being an outdoor girl, keeping up on her book club assignments, and talking about Game of Thrones with anyone who will listen.

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Kendra Hardy

Community Manager

Kendra is an advertising major fresh out of Michigan State. She came to Worthy Women as an intern and has transitioned fabulously into working on the back end of all our social campaigns.

She's a dual expert in Canva and Illustrator! And she's a master of Snapchat filters and Instagram taglines. 

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