Lindsi grew up in the Arizona desert. There she attended college and worked as both a strength and conditioning coach and also in corporate wellness as a program manager. Health and fitness are a big part of her life. She is an avid runner who likes running half marathons for fun. She values her friends and family and is grateful to have such amazing people in her life. Lindsi is also passionate about animals. Ever since she was a young child, she has had an intense compassion towards all living things (she would go through hell and high water to save a gecko or spider that was found in the house). This passion grew stronger as she became older and after rescuing multiple dogs and donating time and money to shelters, she decided she wanted to do something on a larger scale, and the No Worries Movement was born.
Monica grew up in California where she attended college and received her degree in Psychology. Monica has an entrepreneur spirit and drive. She has invested in and owned 4 successful companies, all at the age of 25. Monica loves to ski the black diamond runs in the winter and surf in the ocean in the summer. She values her family and close friends and would do anything for the people she loves. Being the business savvy woman she is, she is a driving force and crucial part of the No Worries Movement.
We started this movement because we believe in the power of knowledge and once we decided to stop pretending bad things don't happen and started to educate ourselves on animal cruelty, it was an easy decision to pursue this company and our cause. Many people may be aware that animals are treated inhumanely on various platforms (food industry, entertainment industry, breeding industry, etc.) but have not truly seen what goes on behind closed doors. We believe if more people were willing to see the truth and accept it, more change can happen. Knowledge is power. When it comes to animal welfare, we have been conditioned our entire lives, mainly from the billion dollar meat and dairy industries, to believe that some things are normal and acceptable because 'that's just how it's always been.' The truth is, it doesn't have to be this way. Have you ever thought about things such as, "where does my food come from?" "where do the animals we enjoy at zoos and parks come from?" like, really thought about it? We have, and that’s why the No Worries Movement is here. Animals are here WITH us and NOT for us.