Women Wednesdays is a community for women to collaborate, be visible and share knowledge to foster each otHERs success.

Ready made roles, events, programming and campaigns allow members to showcase themselves and each other to a growing community of women and opportunities.

For entreprenHERs, intraprenHEReurs, leadHERs and believHERs, Women Wednesdays helps communities of women expand their potential, individually and collectively.

We go further when we go togetHER. So let’s do it.

It’s Our Day.

Become a Member Today!

Special Event: The Women’s Concert, Nov 1

Performers include:

Haiqiong Deng, Jumelle (Lili Forbes & ILismo) , Edessa (Jenn Taylor, Rachel Hillman, Shanice Richards & Miriam Tellechea) & Star Swain.

WFSU, 1600 Red Barber Plaza, TLH
November 1, 2023
7:00 – 10:00 PM

Please support this empowering community event.

Our Programs

Create or attend programming & opportunities that help each other grow.

Speaker Series

A weekly recorded livestream featuring area women.


Free coworking each Wednesday at Domi Station & beyond.

Women’s WORDS

A forum for the written word by and for HER.


Offer or apply for IntHERnships – for women of ALL ages.

Tech Squad

Free tech support, lead generation, too.


Stay healthy while networking with various walking groups.


Knowledge and resources to keep you in the know.

Going Places

Attend events and places of opportunity togetHER.

LeadHERship Roles

Increase your visibility and impact. Become a leadHER in the Women Wednesdays community as a Campaign Coordinator, Program Coordinator, Team Member or Collaborator.

Our Community Campaigns

Support our campaigns, or create new ones. We can help!


We’re on a mission to make Tallahassee the #1City4WomenTally by helping each other succeed.

Her Business is Blooming

Business is Blooming celebrates and showcases our area Women-Owned, Women-Run, and Women-Valued business with signage, decals, and community awareness and appreciation campaign. And we want you to be a part of it!


TRADESWHERK is our community awareness campaign to highlight and encourage increased training and employment opportunities for women in the skilled trades, particularly construction, manufacturing and transportation.

Join Our Weekly Speakers Series

Facebook LIVE, Every Wednesday, 1-2pm

All are welcome, ladies & gents alike!

Women’s Words

Enjoy the written words of otHERs, or submit your own article to share.

The Hurdles of Healing

Being healed from the traumas in your life can be best described as exhilarating, freeing, and thrilling. To finally break free from the burdens that have mentally and emotionally weighed you down is something that we all strive for in this thing called life. Healing...

Personal Growth and Development: A Lifelong Process

Personal development is just that: it’s personal! Self-actualization and inner work are lifelong processes that we as humans desire in order to experience fulfillment and a sense of accomplishment in our lives. Even after we have attained major milestones and...

Learning from the Trails of Black History

Today, when simply teaching facts about Black history is being denounced as “critical race theory” and Black Americans are at risk of losing their heritage by not making sure it is documented, I felt it necessary to take the first step by recording important chapters...
Amber Swords

Cancer-related Fatigue and Lung Cancer: How Exercise Can Help

November is Lung Cancer Awareness Month. According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), more people in the United States die from lung cancer than ANY OTHER type of cancer. This is true for both men and women. There are many research articles that show us just...
Erika Bell

Organizing Your Home to Declutter Your Life

We are often unaware of the magnitude clutter can hold on our lives. We can’t sleep but are unsure why. We can’t relax but desperately want to. Our children can’t find their toys and are frustrated. We are creatively blocked and don’t know how to break free from the...
Felicia Dilbert

The Gift of Clarity

Have you ever wanted something but didn't know how to get it? I'm not talking about a dress at Dillard's. I'm referring to a way of life. While drinking my morning coffee recently, I realized I was ready to fulfill my unspoken desire to add more intentionality to my...

Your Voice, Your Brand, Your Podcast

I love podcasting. In fact, I love it so much, I have two podcasts! I currently host my own podcast, The Author Alchemist, which is all about helping genre authors stay motivated and inspired; and I am a co-host on Around the Writer’s Table, a podcast focusing on the...

A Family with a Sweet Spot for Their Community

The Rosier family’s mission is simple: to create a substantial business derived from passion for the youth in their community and to provide growth opportunities for their mentees. Living that mission, this family has coordinated many scholarships for low-income...

The Gift of Being Present

What a powerful, positive effect you can have on another person just by being with her, listening to her, in that moment all for her. But this is more than a lesson about how you can make an impact on someone else. It is a practice that can make you feel amazing too....

12 Signs of Perfectionism

What do you think when you hear the word "perfectionist"? Perhaps your first thoughts are of someone you went to school with… the one who was always prepared in class, who worked ahead, turned in every assignment letter-perfect and on time. Or maybe it brings to mind...

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