Ali Rittenhouse

Over the past seven years, I’ve helped hundreds of womenpreneurs become Geek-Ali-Cious champions—setting up functional & beautiful websites, launching digital programs + products, sharpening systems + customer flow, and making their clients’ businesses go tickety-boom, 24 hours a day.

I’ve witnessed the incredible transformations that only technology can trigger—wild product launches that uplevel your tax bracket, unstoppable buzz + media opportunities, and the rock-steady confidence that comes when you truly understand the how-to’s and how-comes of building + marketing your business online.

I’m on a mission: to activate a new generation of tech-powered entrepreneurs—women who bust stereotypes, break glass ceilings, and show the world who’s boss.

You with me? Game ON!

Power up your laptop—and your sense of possibility—
and let’s play BIG.

Not many women would be proud to include the following in their professional bio but I am all about telling you where I came from:

“I’m a high-school + college drop-out who had a daughter at 19, got fired from her job, divorced at 25, and moved home with her mama.”

But I am. Proud, that is.

Because despite my rough edges and rocky detours, I’ve created everything I ever wanted—a virtual business that can plug into any port, a near-six-figure income with room to keep rising, and the chance to help women in every country get turned on by technology, and transform their lives.

Some drop-out I turned out to be, huh?

I’ve also worked as a personal VA for some very hot digital divas—propelling my VIPs over the six-figure mark, time + time again. (Trust me—it never gets old.)

I live in a small town in Ohio with my ex-hubby { yes, you read that correctly } and our 13 yo daughter { Madi }, 2 dogs { Coconut & Titus }, 2 cats { Buttercup & Boris }, and 1 bearded dragon { Dexter }. I attended a local community college which sparked the online internet interest! I originally thought I wanted to be in HR. { I would have never survived!! }

For 5 years I was a single mom and entrepreneur. While my daughter was with Ed on the weekends, I was home working on my business. Determined to make it work against all odds.