DISCOVER WAYS TO
Get Involved in Atlanta
A compilation of professional organizations for Atlantans.
ACE Women’s Business Center provides services for women-owned businesses at all different stages of growth.
Association for Financial Professionals of Atlanta is a non-profit organization of financial professionals committed to supporting, promoting and improving treasury and financial operations.
ATL Lady Project offers an online community as well as in-person monthly workshops, networking opportunities and events (including book clubs and activity nights).
Atlanta Association of Legal Administrators provides continuing education and networking for legal managers and networking opportunities for vendors in the legal industry in Atlanta, Georgia.
Atlanta Bar Association is the largest voluntary bar association in the southeast with a membership of over 6000 members from 12 metro Atlanta counties.
Atlanta Realtors Association has been the voice for local real estate in the Atlanta area for over 100 years.
Atlanta's Women's Network invites professionals with all levels of experience join discussions with personal insight, giving everyone the opportunity to teach and learn at the same time.
Atlanta YANA (You Are Not Alone) Sisters (MeetUp) the YANASISTERS community provides ways for women to engage in transparent discussions about life, love, and everything in between; while making new friends and engaging in different activities (virtual, local, and abroad).
Ellevate Network Atlanta offers a global community of smart, savvy women with an eye to success. When you join, you become part of this vibrant network and can connect with, learn from and invest in amazing women worldwide.
Femfessionals (Atlanta) is a business hub and innovative community that grows businesses while offering the necessary support
Georgia Association of Water Professionals (GAWP) is committed to educate and assist those who have an interest in the proper management and protection of Georgia’s water resources.
Georgia Society of Certified Public Accountants (GSCPA) seeks to enhance the profession through advocacy, student outreach and professional resources.
Georgia Society of Association Executives (GSAE) is the best place for Georgia-based association professionals and suppliers to form meaningful connections with peers.
Greater Women’s Business Council (GWBC) is a non-profit and credible resource delivering empowerment by way of certification, education, and access to companies interested in conducting business with women-owned businesses.
Greater Atlanta Chapter of ATD provides its members with the knowledge, skills, tools and resources necessary to ensure on-going professional development.
Greater Atlanta Home Builders Association (HBA) is a not-for-profit professional trade association dedicated to promoting, protecting, and preserving the home building industry in the Atlanta area.
Gwinnett Women’s Small Business Collective Meetup is to provide networking and educational opportunities to local women-owned small businesses.
Metro Atlanta Chamber of Commerce | ATLeaders is the Metro Atlanta Chamber’s first council comprised of young professionals under 40. The council is focused on providing Atlanta’s future leaders with access to the business community, a network of peers and a conduit in which to create social impact, specifically in the areas of transit and food insecurities.
Network Under 40 is about mixing business and pleasure, throwing out the conventional wisdom that says you have to change who you are to ‘be professional’. Instead, we encourage you to be real, to have fun, and to cultivate authentic and meaningful relationships around social activities.
NAPO Georgia is dedicated to serving its members through education, networking, industry resources, and promoting the possibilities of organized living.
SHRM-Atlanta is the premier HR association in Atlanta offering certifications, connections, conferences and conversations to help you succeed in all stages of the professional journey in HR.