After launching a skincare line, community associate Ashley Alexander has clearer skin—and a bright future

Once community associate Shannon Spang realized her hidden superpower, her confidence and creativity flourished

Kelly Thompson reconfigured her life’s path by hiking the entire West Coast one step at a time

Going beyond corporate giving isn’t just ‘doing good’—it’s also doing good business

Inspired by ‘Humans of New York,’ Isabel Harvey collects and shares the personal stories of WeWork members—and in doing so, she’s building connection for her entire building

To celebrate 2019 WorldPride, members of WeWork’s queer community share advice based on their time growing up

Members across the country enjoyed a mood-boosting break while listening to ‘Originals,’ an exclusive album of the artist’s previously unreleased recordings

Jimmy Austin joined local moms to create a safe space for support and understanding—and a huge Pride Parade

When mobility startups get together with legacy auto brands, the innovative possibilities are endless

When WeWork employees throw a talent show, everyone comes away entertained

For female entrepreneurs and execs, confidence is a major key to success. Here’s how three founders are harnessing it—for themselves, and for others

Community lead Aviad Kutchuk knows the power of giving students positive attention, relatable role models, and a path to their own successful future

As a woman of color, Izzy Jacques doesn’t just look for inclusion in the workplace and her community—she creates it

Employees reach out to help in some of the country’s most impoverished areas, with a special focus on children and community support

Jess Bates, a self-described ‘sustainability detective,’ has already made recycling even easier in her building. Her next area of focus: the restroom

WeWork teams in Peru, Colombia, and Mexico are partnering with NGOs to breathe new life into local soccer fields, and to benefit the children who play on them

Dre Thomas started Smile On Me to provide girls with the tools to understand their bodies, menstruation, and themselves

Ashley England loves to make people laugh—whether it’s a crowd of coworkers or the audience at one of N.Y.C’s biggest comedy clubs