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.

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

Executive Team

Frank Cottle

As the founder of Alliance Business Centers Network, with over 650 Office Business Centers operating in 42 counties, and a previous owner and operator of twenty-two of his own Office Business Centers, Mr. Cottle has unique global management perspective and know-how developed during his 25 years within the Office Business Center industry.

Prior to his experience within the Office Business Center industry, Mr. Cottle was an executive vice president with the investment banking firm of L.E. Peterson and Company, where he managed US syndicated real estate operations.

Mr. Cottle began his career in 1971 with Ardell Yacht and Ship Brokers where he was responsible for international sales in Europe and Asia. Mr. Cottle received his Bachelor of Arts degree from the United States International University in San Diego, and is a frequent speaker and contributor to real estate and Office Business Center symposiums throughout the world.

Learn more about Frank Cottle on LinkedIn.

Nate Heasley

Nate Heasley is a lawyer by training, with decades of experience in nonprofit and technology companies, Nate has been active in social entrepreneurship in New York since 2007, when he founded an organization called Goodnik to provide resources and support to early-state social impact organizations.

Learn more about Nate Heasley on LinkedIn.

Advisors

Ben Cohen

Ben is the former executive director of Grassroots.org, a nonprofit organization that provided technology tools and other resources to other nonprofit organizations. In his role as executive director, Ben managed the staff and managed the development of Grassroots own technology platform, as well as leading fund raising and board relations. Ben became the executive director after working as the business development director and outreach manager, where he was responsible for developing partnerships with major technology companies and creating programs for participating nonprofit organizations.

Eli Malinsky

Eli is the former executive director of the Centre for Social Innovation in New York City, an incubator and coworking space for over 200 social enterprises and social entrepreneurs. Eli spent over ten years launching new facilities and programs at the intersection of shared space and social impact. His initiatives included a social enterprise micro-loan program, a social enterprise grant-making programs, Canada's first social innovation hub located in a public housing community, and the design and facilitation of more than 50 special events and programs to support effective community development and social impact. Eli currently works at the Aspen Institute, where he co-directs the First Movers Program, an Aspen Fellowship for corporate social intrapreneurs who are creating new products, services and management practices that deliver financial value to their company and positive social and environmental outcomes for the world.

Laura Kozelouzek

Laura Kozelouzek is a recognized leader and veteran of the serviced office space and co-working industry. She is a visionary, business builder and well respected for her ability to create "high energy" results oriented co working cultures. Creating a charitable company culture, sharing resources and giving back to the community is a driving fundamental principle for Laura both personally and professionally. Her motivation is to help others, and not just her team and clients, but the greater good of society.

In July 2010, Laura created Quest Workspaces, and currently operates 9 locations, 8 in South Florida and 1 in New York City representing over 1,000 clients and 360,000 SF. In 6 years, Quest has become a leading brand, featured in 47 publications including; Wall Street Journal, CBS News, Fortune Magazine and New York Times.

Laura formed the Quest Cares program in 2012 which donates complimentary office space and services to deserving local non-profits, to date it has helped over 20+ organizations with thousands of dollars' worth of free space and services and hundreds of volunteer hours. Because of these efforts in 2015, Laura was awarded the Mercantil Commerce Bank Entrepreneurial Award during the American Red Cross' Spectrum Awards for the creation of the "Quest Cares" program and for her efforts to better the community.

Prior to Quest Workspaces, in 2004 Laura founded Synergy Workplaces, growing the company to 25 national locations, and over 25 million in sales. In 2008, Synergy was sold to Carr Workplaces.

Before Synergy, Laura spent 19 years in the commercial real estate and hospitality industries. During that time, as an executive at HQ/Regus, she was responsible for its most profitable region, representing 80 locations, 5,000 customers and generated $180 million in annual sales. While at HQ, she played a lead role in an industry "roll up" and consolidating the sector.

As a serial entrepreneur Laura has owned a trendy NYC restaurant, launched a NYC real estate newspaper, brokerage business, and is a recipient of dozens of leadership, service and real estate awards. She graduated from the Cornell University School of Hotel Administration and is a member of the President's Council of Cornell Women.

When not "questing" Laura can be found traveling skiing, scuba diving or seeking adventure, with her 13-year-old equally daring son Jordan.

Liz Elam

Liz Elam is the founder of Link Coworking in Austin, TX, and a founding member of the League of Extraordinary Coworking Spaces (LExC), a unique network of coworking spaces with common standards of excellence. Liz played a pivotal role in launching Coshare and is the face of GCUC, the Global Coworking Unconference Conference, which she successfully nurtured and developed into the world's largest coworking conference. It was at a GCUC Conference in 2016 where All Good Work was announced prior to its official launch. Liz is a coworking operator, speaker, consultant, writer, event producer and a recognized expert in the field of collaborative workspace.

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.