Welcome to GirlSpace

A coworking space made for the modern woman entrepreneur defining their success at their own pace.

About Us

Who We Are

Our core value is that we believe in the expansiveness of what women can create.  Our instinctual resting place is to support each other. We are centered on kindness and inclusiveness, and when you open a space that honors those values, it’s contagious.  Women face more barriers and challenges, and having other like-minded individuals around who can have that ‘Me too’ moment can really keep you going and feeling inspired and capable.

Community

Before anything, we are a community and we create experiences in order to connect, entertain, inform, inspire and most of all provide a happy and safe work environment for women entrepreneurs.  We galvanize women and their true success! 


Illustrator: Haley Kennedy 

Instagram: @shopsundae



CEO Emmarie Dempsey

Experienced CEO with a demonstrated history of opening and managing four successful coworking spaces alone. This inspired her to run her own female focused coworking space to get the most of what they need when running a small business. Emmarie graduated from Michigan State University with a Bachelor's Degree in Telecommunications. 

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Why should you support GirlSpace?

At Girlspace, we are a nurturing work and meeting space away from home where women entrepreneurs can turn off all the noise, fire up their passions, connect, collaborate, create and ultimately turn their dreams into reality.  It is a beautiful, magical, safe and inspiring sanctuary for women to gather, focus, build relationships, support each other and launch businesses that enrich themselves, their families, their communities and quite possibly the world.   


Our goal is to reach $60k as we seek new investors and explore all possible funding solutions. This coworking/daycare is a service that is well needed for women and mom entrepreneurs in our community. All proceeds will go directly into 6 months of rent plus security deposit for the coworking space.  After the space is allocated, funds will immediately go into security cameras, doors and locks so all my members can feel happy and safe.

GirlSpace Day Care

During the first couple months after returning from maternity leave, mothers can find it difficult to balance work life.  We get it.


The solution:  A shared office with day care on site.

  1. Opening hours are flexible for her.
  2. She’ll have everything she needs for work; 
    1. Internet
    2. Power
    3. Work Space
    4. Kitchenette
    5. Printing/Copying
    6. Meeting  Rooms
  3. She can visit the nursery at lunch time.
  4. She can take meetings in the city, if needed the office.
  5. She can work remotely meaning she can manage her work life balance.

Founders Membership

$200.00

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Get a cafe membership for $200 per month for 1 year.

Feminist GirlSpace T-Shirt

$25.00

($5.00 shipping)

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Fruit of the Loom 100% Cotton V-Neck T-shirt Stylish, yet affordable - this v-neck has it all! This traditional fitting v-neck can easily outfit your group for your next event! V-necks are a great choice for those looking beyond the basic t-shirt. 5 oz. 100% pre-shrunk cotton; Heather colors are a poly/cotton blend Double-needle stitched for durability



GirlSpace T-Shirt

$25.00

($5.00 shipping)

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Semi-fitted contoured silhouette with side seam

Taped neck and shoulders

1/2" mitered v-neck collar

Cap Sleeves

Double needle sleeve and bottom hems

Tear way label

Medium, Large, X-Large

STOP the bullying at work!

GirlSpace is petitioning

We, the signatories of this petition, call on the California Attorney General to consider a Federal Law that protects the rights of bully victims and holds people accountable for their bullying behaviors.


Too many people are scared to speak out for fear of becoming a victim themselves or risking their career.


No one deserves to be bullied and it's time a voice is put to this issue.

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