10 Best Communities & Co-Working Spaces For Women in Atlanta

9 Best Communities & Co-Working Spaces For Women in Atlanta
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Virginia Woolf’s A Room Of One’s Own has stood the test of time. Unfortunately, there are still so many reasons why women need co-working spaces and communities of their own to help them grow and thrive.

Fortunately, Atlanta is alive and kicking with amazing social communities, co-working spaces, and networking opportunities for women and professional moms. 

10 Best Communities & Co-Working Spaces For Women in Atlanta

Here is a round-up of some of the best communities, networks, and co-working spaces for women in Atlanta where you can connect with other purpose-driven women and be truly supported and inspired.

She Conquers Capital Community – Events and Coworking for Women, Alpharetta GA

Where capital meets spirituality. Created by powerhouse Stefanie Diaz, she encourages you to bring all of you and take your place at the table.

She Conquers Capital, in partnership with MAD! Workspace for Women, offers an online community, hybrid events, and coworking for women of wild ambition navigating male-dominated industries. 

9 Best Communities & Co-Working Spaces For Women in Atlanta
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Make the She Conquers Capital Community your home base and work alongside women with space for your wildest success. All the benefits of the online community plus live events and regular access to a modern office space, executive coaches, peer mentoring, and deep conversations about personal evolution and impact.

Learn more and Join the She Conquers Capital Community

Atlanta Girl Gang – Events and Community for Women

Morgan Sandlin is a force of nature, she created ATL Girl Gang while looking for a new business idea after becoming creatively stifled in her career. 

“I realized I had zero connections in my new

city. That’s when the Instagram ATL Girl Gang began – at 3 am during a restless night of creative energy. Waking up in the morning, I had a gut feeling that something magical had just happened.”

– Moran, Founder and Creative Director

Morgan. Founder and Creative Director

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Atlanta Community. Coworking Atlanta. Women Atlanta. Group of women. Professional women. Working moms. Young professionals atlanta
Atlanta Community. Coworking Atlanta. Women Atlanta. Group of women. Professional women. Working moms

There are now Girl Gang communities in Atlanta, Nashville, and Charlotte. ATL Girl Gang connects women through local events and their digital community. They also host a Members Mart, a pop-up full of shopping and supporting your favorite local women-owned businesses. Shopping is open to the public, so grab your friends and join them!

Learn more about ATL Girl Gang membership here

The Junior League of Atlanta – Community Programs and Voluntarism for Women

Would you love to be connected to a community of women who are committed to voluntarism and community transformation? The Junior League of Atlanta, Inc. (JLA) is an organization of diverse women with a 106-year legacy of championing various community programs supporting at-risk women and children in the Atlanta area. They train women to build better, stronger communities providing you with a strong foundation in civic leadership, but it’s not a one-size-fits-all. Members have a chance to create their path within the organization.

Atlanta Community. Coworking Atlanta. Women Atlanta. Volunteer Atlanta. Professional women. Working moms.
Atlanta Community. Coworking Atlanta. Women Atlanta. Volunteer Atlanta. Professional women. Working moms.
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Discover events and learn more about JLA Membership here

Women in Technology, Atlanta

Women in Technology (WIT) empowers girls and women to excel in science, technology, engineering, the arts, and math (STEAM) from the classroom to the boardroom through education, exposure, and experience. 

Today, WIT has over 20,000 members in Georgia, 48,000 members worldwide, and a team of more than 250 volunteers who deliver professional development and networking opportunities to each of our professionals and programs at no charge to more than 4,000 students. 

Looking for a job in tech? Learn more about WIT here

The Bakery – Arts, Programming and Space, Downtown Atlanta

The Bakery Atlanta dream of a better reality for a collective of artists, arts administrators, curators, and creatives. It’s a truly unique community that produces experiences that connect and inspire people through collaboration, experimentation, and play. They provide their community with physical space, produce accessible public programming, and activate unconventional spaces around Atlanta.

Get involved in The Bakery community!


The Bakery – Co-working and Community, West Midtown

The Bakery Cowork is a modern workspace that is perfect for entrepreneurs, small businesses, and freelancers who are looking for a creative and productive environment, a supportive community, and the resources they need to succeed.

The Bakery has a 15,000 sq ft multi-use space located in the heart of Midtown Atlanta, which includes some great features such as a photo studio, conference room, podcast room, private meeting rooms, and private offices. Members have access to monthly networking events, their online member directory, and discounts on their branding and marketing services. If you’re looking for a place to grow your business, go check them out!

Learn more about The Bakery Membership!

Atlanta Women’s Entrepreneurship Initiative

WEI (Women’s Entrepreneurship Initiative) provides community and support for women entrepreneurs in Atlanta through their incubator and community engagement activities for aspiring business owners. 

According to WEI,

  • There’s been a 21% increase in the number of women-owned businesses in the past 5 years.
  • 203K of women-owned businesses in metro Atlanta, and growing.
  • Georgia is ranked the #1 state for women-owned businesses to increase their economic clout.

Their mission is to democratize economic empowerment, reduce marginalization based on gender and help provide access to human, educational, and financial capital critical to empowering early-stage company-building entrepreneurs.

Learn More about WEI and Apply Here

Atlanta Social Club – Events, Wellbeing, and Community for Women

Need to rejuvenate your social life? The Atlanta Social Club provides opportunities for building friendships via social events. Through their three core pillars “Happy, Healthy, Helping” they organize social events in some of the newest places around Atlanta, promote experiences that lean into health and well-being, and offer opportunities to volunteer for organizations that give back to the Atlanta community.

Learn more about Atlanta Social Club Membership here

Eleanor’s Place – Community and Coworking for Women, Buckhead, Atlanta

Whether you’re a mother, a volunteer, a chairperson, an entrepreneur, or anything in between, this north Buckhead club, Eleanor’s Place, is a destination to connect, recharge, meet, and get it all done.

9 Best Communities & Co-Working Spaces For Women in Atlanta
Eleanor’s Place – Community and Coworking for Women, Buckhead, Atlanta

Created by former CNN journalist and NBC national news correspondent Jennifer Morgan, who, after finding herself working from her car or the local coffee shop, knew there was a better solution to balancing motherhood – whether you’re a working or stay-at-home mom.

Jennifer’s Personal Motto is:

“Work hard. Be kind.”

Learn more about Eleanor’s Place and apply for a membership


The Lola – Inclusive Community and Co-working in Atlanta, Old Fourth Ward

The Lola, located in the heart of Atlanta’s Historic Old Fourth Ward at Southern Dairies, just behind Ponce City Market, is an inclusive co-working space, digital community, and professional network for womxn in Atlanta and beyond. 

It’s your third space away from home and the office. The Lola’s beautiful 5,000 Sq Ft space offers hushed work areas, a bar/café, private mother’s rooms, a screening and theater area, a beauty room with six vanity stations, multiple conference rooms, and a podcast studio. 

9 Best Communities & Co-Working Spaces For Women in Atlanta
The Lola – Coworking, Community, Networking On The Beltline, O4W Atlanta

The Lola has curated a place for you to take time, reconnect, reinvent, and invest in yourself. A place where you can come as yourself to make high-impact, meaningful connections with other purpose-driven womxn so you can find the tools, resources, and support to grow and thrive in business with less hustle and more ease.

Sign up for a guided, personalized tour and spend the rest of the day working from The Lola – for free!

Do you know any other co-working spaces or communities for women we missed? Let us know in the comments below. 

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Martine Resnick
Martine is the Co-Founder of The Lola, a coworking space and community for Atlanta professional women, and the mom of a boy, Grayson (10), and a girl, Lola (8). Originally from the UK, she moved from London to New York in 2007 for a job and a change of scene. After getting engaged, she moved to Atlanta in 2009 where she worked for WarnerMedia before leaving corporate America to start her own business. While Martine and her family have lived in Atlanta for most of the past 15+ years, they've spent the past 18 months living in and working from Mallorca, Spain. Due to the pandemic, they had an opportunity to move to the island they love (and where they were married) for a short stint. They jumped at the chance! Their kids are enjoying the friends they've made at their new school and they are loving the laid-back Mediterranean lifestyle with picturesque squares, mountain hikes, ceramics classes, competitive games of Padél, ridiculously challenging cycling, and the crystal clear sea just a mile down the road. While they have been able to offer their family the most incredible experience, they are excited to come back to Atlanta later this summer and reconnect with friends and their ATL community. They are big Atlanta fans and love how green and vibrant the city is plus the incredible and diverse food scene.