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.

2016-Present day

In 2016, after 10 years of dormancy, the Women's Chamber was revived. The WCC is a nonpartisan, nonsectarian, membership-based nonprofit organization. Our mission is to promote the advancement and equality of women in entrepreneurship, leadership and the workplace.