About Works Progress

Works Progress is a coworking space for a diverse group of professionals to work, connect, and grow. Our all-inclusive space enhances productivity, supports career advancement, and cultivates community. Visit us in the heart of Seattle’s Greenwood and Phinney Ridge neighborhood on 85th Avenue.

We support and anticipate your professional needs. All memberships include comfortable workspaces, fast wifi, unlimited printing, reservable conference rooms, private call rooms, kitchen space, and complimentary coffee, tea and snacks.


Our Values - The Triple Bottom Line

Works Progress is focused on the “triple bottom line” of social, environmental, and financial benefits.

  • Social:  Works Progress seeks to create and participate in a thriving local community. 
  • Environment:  As a neighborhood business, we help reduce your commute, share resources, recycle, compost, and reuse materials whenever possible to reduce our environmental footprint as individuals and as a community.
  • Financial:  We provide the practical workspace, tools for gaining knowledge, and a diverse community of professionals supporting the success of our members.

Inclusivity & Accessible Culture

Works Progress seeks to ensure that everyone feels included, welcomed and a sense of belonging when they enter our workspace. No age, culture, race, gender, or perceived difference should hinder anyone from participating in our community.


Meet Our Founder

Marnee Chua, Co-Founder and President of Works Progress

Marnee

Marnee Chua is cofounder and President at Works Progress. Marnee’s background is in nonprofit fundraising and development. She has helped to start three non-profits, including cofounder of the Palawan Conservation Corps, serving on the start-up board for Merced CASA and founding board president of the Women’s Business Incubator. She spent three years in the Philippines with the U.S. Peace Corps from 1997-1999. As an entry into the coworking world, Marnee was co-founder for the original UC Merced App Challenge, which won the 2013 Computerworld Honors Laureate in the Innovation Category.