About Us
AllGoodWork

All Good Work is a collaboration between like-minded people and their aligned organizations. We collectively have conspired to develop a program that is simple but tremendously impactful, by creating a better avenue for workspaces to offer their unused space to deserving organizations that could use a boost.


All Good Work: In The News

FOUNDING PATRONS

Our visionary Patrons are the beating heart of All Good Work. They’re helping to change the world of work for better, one workspace at a time, by donating spare space to non-profit organizations. It’s a win-win program that harnesses the power of flexible workspace communities to effect positive change through giving -- and YOU can be a part of it. Join the All Good Work revolution by applying to be a Gold, Silver or Bronze patron, and let’s change the way we work together, for better, for good.

Allwork.Space is an online magazine that covers flexible workspace news, trends, and insights. It also hosts a no-commission directory for flexible workspace operators to list their space and attract potential clients.

Goodnik is a resource and support network for social impact organizations. Goodnik supports social entrepreneurs through a variety of programs, including a recently launched community based skills-exchange platform at Goodnik.net.

New Work Cities works with city builders, organizers, leaders, and space owners to cultivate more impactful and sustainable coworking communities. Having started one of the first coworking spaces in NYC, New Work Cities has extensive experience it now seeks to share with others.

GCUC organizes coworking conferences around the world. With hundreds of speakers and thousands of attendees in cities across the world, GCUC is the preeminent place to connect with people in the coworking and shared workspace world.

Team

Nate Heasley

Executive Director

Nate Heasley

Executive Director

Since 2010, Nate has dedicated his work to helping social sector organizations adopt new technologies and services. This included founding a workshop and speaker series as well as a workspace residency program for social entrepreneurs and nonprofits, which coincided with the growth of New York's coworking industry and served as the proving ground for All Good Work. Nate lives in Brooklyn with his wife and son.

Ben Sacks

Development and Strategy Director

Ben Sacks

Development and Strategy Director

Ben has worked at the intersection of development, program strategy and branding in the nonprofit and social enterprise fields since 2007. He has raised over $32 million for organizations in social justice, arts and culture, education, public health and capacity building. In 2011, Ben founded a social enterprise that leveraged government data to bring greater transparency and tenant protection to New York City’s real estate industry.

Ben Cohen

Operations Advisor

Ben Cohen

Operations Advisor

Ben whips each process into shape and then does it again to ensure All Good Work runs smoothly. Prior to All Good Work, he worked for Grassroots.org crafting awesome partnerships with software companies to benefit nonprofits nationwide. When he isn't refining organizational operations, he spends time brewing a cup of coffee, opening a box of Sno-Caps, and watching a Pixar movie with his wife, Jessica.

Mike Sullivan

Marketing Director

Mike Sullivan

Marketing Director

As group-wide Chief Marketing Officer at Alliance, Mike is a skilled marketer with vast and varied experience in the flexible workspace industry. Always at the cutting creative edge of marketing and evolving digital technology, Mike works with diverse, cross functional teams to build high-performance sales and support systems for services and products.

Ceci Amador

Communications Manager

Ceci Amador

Communications Manager

Ceci is a contributing writer and editor at Allwork.Space. She’s been writing about the flexible workspace industry since 2015 and has had the chance to visit several coworking spaces in different countries. Whenever she’s not writing, she’s likely reading, sipping on wine, or eating.

Steve Holcolmbe

All Good Coffee Team Lead

Steve Holcolmbe

All Good Coffee Team Lead

Seasoned professional who brings numerous skill sets, innovation, and strategic thinking to the table. He is results driven and always looks to create end results that benefit all parties. He is focused on putting his passions and skills to good use by supporting organizations and projects that he cares about, and as a result creating an altruistic effect globally.

Sterling Johnson

All Good Coffee

Sterling Johnson

All Good Coffee

Experienced owner with a demonstrated history of working in the facilities services industry. Skilled in customer service, upcycling, and public speaking, Sterling is a strong operations professional who graduated from the University of North Texas to foster growth in global humanitarian efforts.

Amy Feldman

Program Director, Silicon Valley

Amy Feldman

Program Director, Silicon Valley

Amy is the All Good Work Foundation’s Program Director in Silicon Valley, where she resides with her husband and beloved felines. She is a business development and communications professional with over two decades of experience in the corporate and nonprofit sectors. She is a graduate of Georgetown University.

Board Of Directors

Frank Cottle

Frank Cottle

Frank is the founder and CEO of the Alliance Group of companies and the All Good Work Foundation. He is an experienced business leader, strategist, and a visionary on the future of work. Frank works to develop and grow successful and impactful businesses within the space-as-a-service and commercial real estate industries.

Sherif Kamel

Sherif Kamel

As an award-winning Senior Manager with 20 years of experience in the UAE finance and banking industry, Sherif transitioned into commercial real estate by stepping into the role of CEO, and later President, of the Alliance Business Centers Network (RMEA). Sherif is an esteemed business leader and has developed expertise within banking, investment, and commercial real estate.

Chris Steele

Chris Steele

A founder and serial entrepreneur with more than 25 years of experience launching and operating highly successful service-based businesses, Chris is a commercial real estate veteran with specific expertise in the roles of CFO and COO. In addition to his extensive financial experience, Chris has a sharp eye for technology and utilizes cutting-edge developments and platforms to streamline business operations.

Laura Kozelouzek

Laura Kozelouzek

Laura is a successful entrepreneur and leader in the workspace and hospitality industries. She is a visionary business builder and is well respected for her ability to create positive, high-energy workplace cultures. She founded Quest Workspaces in 2010, which currently operates multiple spaces across South Florida and New York City.

Eli Malinsky

Eli Malinsky

Social sector leader with over 15 years of experience designing and delivering complex programs with measurable impact. Eli is passionate about networks and communities and has deep expertise in community-building, network development and multi-stakeholder engagement. In his spare time, Eli… actually, Eli doesn’t have any spare time since he has two little ones at home.

Nate Heasley

Nate Heasley

Since 2010, Nate has dedicated his work to helping social sector organizations adopt new technologies and services. This included founding a workshop and speaker series as well as a workspace residency program for social entrepreneurs and nonprofits, which coincided with the growth of New York's coworking industry and served as the proving ground for All Good Work. Nate lives in Brooklyn with his wife and son.

Advisors

Liz Elam

Liz Elam

Liz has built a career - and a thriving business - on the tenet that working one’s way up from the bottom instills tenacity, creates resilience and develops overall excellence. That belief is blended with an innovative spirit and a competitive yet collaborative drive. Liz is the founder of the largest coworking conference in the world, the Global Coworking Unconference Conference (GCUC).

Tony Bacigalupo

Tony Bacigalupo

Tony ran Manhattan's first coworking space from 2008 to 2015. He's since helped hundreds of people build coworking spaces around the world. He's now focused on eradicating isolation by inspiring people to organize new kinds of gatherings everywhere.

Jean Paul Laurent

Jean Paul Laurent

Jean Paul is the Founder, Chairman and CEO of the Unspoken Smiles Foundation. Since its inception in 2014, Jean Paul has grown the Foundation into a reputable and impactful nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting both long-term oral health and economic security in the world.

Cecily Jackson-Zapata

Cecily Jackson-Zapata

Cecily is a nonprofit and social enterprise leader and an attorney for tax-exempt, transactional, and corporate organizations. Cecily has over twenty years' experience in tax and corporate law, nonprofit and for profit social enterprise, nonprofit mergers, nonprofit and for profit subsidiaries and strategic alliance.

As we go, we’ll track and report on the impact the participating organizations are creating, thanks to the generous support of our partner spaces.