The Women's Chamber of Commerce is a private, non-profit, member-driven organization comprised of business enterprises, civic organizations, educational institutions and individuals.
In 1922, the "Women's Division" of the Atlanta Chamber of Commerce was formed.  By 1937, the division became self-sustainable and the Women's Chamber of Commerce of Atlanta was chartered.  The WCC planted the first tree downtown Atlanta, successfully lobbied to the Georgia Board of Regents for women to be admitted into universities and managed the Atlanta Dogwood Festival for decades before it became its own entity. 
In 2016, the WCC was reorganized and includes an active International Women's Division.

The International Women's Division dates back to 2008.  We began as a  small network of international and expatriate women living in Amsterdam.  Since then, the community has grown and evolved into a vast network of successful women entrepreneurs and executives living around the globe.
2016 Statistics
40.49% of Georgia businesses are women owned, but generate 4.8%  of all revenue.

77.12% of women owned business in Georgia have revenues of less than $25,000 per year. 

In Norway, the law mandates that 40% of board seats of publicly held companies must be held by women.  There is no such law in the U.S. 

12.9% of Georgia public company board seats are held by women; 2.2% are held by women of color.
Promote women in commerce  throughout the Metropolitan Atlanta Area. 

Promote the advancement of women in the workplace, including closing the gender pay gap, career development and board of directors.

Promote Atlanta as a progressive city by partnering with International organizations.

Promote leadership development.
OPPORTUNITY: Giving back to our community by mentoring, volunteering and partnering with other organizations.

CONTACTS: Both business and personal.  Assisting fellow members during travels and relocation by offering referrals. 

PROMOTE:  Act as your extended sales team by offering leads, referrals, career opportunities, job listings and board openings.
EDUCATION:  Through interesting programs and planned events and projects.

Collaborations & Partners
Speaker Requests

We receive many requests each week from highly qualified individuals wanting to speak to our members.  In order to be considered, please submit your request to the WCC Speaker's Bureau by pressing the button below. 

If you receive a response, you will be asked to submit your speaker sheet, along with biography and credentials.  If we wish to proceed with scheduling an engagement, you will receive a link to schedule a telephone appointment.

If we do not contact you, we will keep your information on file for future consideration .

We love to collaborate with government entities, educational institutions and nonprofit organizations to achieve a common goal: To promote the advancement of women in our community. 

In order to be considered, the organization must be incorporated with the state of jurisdiction, registered and in good standing and be able to provide proof of an active business license and tax exempt status, if applicable. 

If your organization falls into the categories mentioned above, please submit your request by clicking on the " Contact Us". All others should refer to sponsorship or membership opportunities.

If we contact you to explore a partnership/collaboration opportunity, you will receive a link to schedule a telephone appointment.

If we do not contact you, we will keep your information on file for future consideration .


For organizations wishing to offer resources, funds or products and/or services, consider sponsorship .  If you are interested in sponsoring the Women's Chamber of Commerce, please submit your offer by clicking on " Contact Us ".

For organizations wishing to sell products and/or services to our members, consider membership.

Subscribe to be added to WCC Speaker's Bureau

Many thanks to our partners for their support!