MalamaDoe in the News
MalamaDoe Featured on TMJ4
January 6, 2021 – “How a woman’s co-working community is rebounding amidst the pandemic.” This news story features Sheila Long and a few of MalamaDoe’s members who talk about their businesses and how MalamaDoe is helping them thrive.
MalamaDoe Featured on WisBusiness
January 23, 2020 – MalamaDoe founder Sheila Long is featured on this podcast. Long discusses what’s new with her Milwaukee-based coworking community for women including a new incubator program aimed at helping members grow their businesses. After categorizing companies into various stages of development, Long is looking to provide personalized guidance on how to reach the next level.
MalamaDoe in a News Story on Shepherd Express
September 11, 2020 – Sheila Long has made it her business to get women into business. Read more.
MalamaDoe Founder Featured on WisBusiness: the Podcast
September 30, 2019 – MalamaDoe founder, Sheila Long is featured on a Podcast: “Long discusses the importance of leadership and role models in her coworking space, and gives her take on what leaders in the state can do to foster the growth of women-led companies.”
MalamaDoe Featured on The Meaning of Life and A Donut
August 7, 2018 – Sheila Long, founder of MalamaDoe shares her inspiration for starting MalamaDoe. Watch the Facebook video interview here.
MalamaDoe Featured on TMJ4-TV – Crowdlending helped Shorewood business woman’s dreams come true
February 28, 2018 – An entrepreneur shares how she went down an unbeaten path to make her dreams come true by Crowdlending — not to be mistaken with crowdfunding. Read more.
MalamaDoe Featured on Radio WTMJ
February 6, 2018 – The audio for the radio segment is not availble at this time.
Women-only workspace opens in Shorewood – TMJ4
January 30, 2018 – Fresh off the #MeToo movement, a new women-only workspace in Shorewood aims to create a coworking community. Read more.
Looking for a place to work? Here are 9 co-working spots around Milwaukee – Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
January 23, 2018 – Entrepreneurs and remote workers are driving the need for co-working spaces where you can rent a desk, or a few, for a growing business. Read more.
MalamaDoe Members Featured in Comedy Sportz “Improv to Improve” Workshop News Story – WISN
December 19, 2017 – View the news story here.
Press Release for MalamaDoe’s Fireside Chats
August 28, 2017 – MalamaDoe, a local co-working community for women, will host Fireside Chats with Women Entrepreneurs each Thursday in October to celebrate National Women’s Small Business Month (read the press release). The event aims to support and encourage female business owners by showcasing local role models. Read more.
MalamaDoe Featured in the Fall 2017 edition – Shorewood Today
Fall 2017 – Billed as a “Coworking Community for Women,” MalamaDoe offers rentable workspace and amenities to women who are starting new businesses, looking for networking opportunities or just need a quiet space to work. Read more.
First Coworking Community for Women Launches in Milwaukee – MalamaDoe Press Release
June 19, 2017 – SHOREWOOD, WI – MalamaDoe, a coworking space for women, recently opened at 4465 N Oakland Ave, Suite 201, in Shorewood. It’s the first community of its kind in the Milwaukee area which aims to provide women with office space, networking opportunities and resources. Read more.
Shorewood Coworking Space Promotes Female Entrepreneurship – Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, USA Today and Northshore NOW
May 30, 2017 – Like many North Shore women, Sheila Long left her full-time corporate job in favor of consulting, which offered a more flexible schedule. Read more.
Women’s Co-Working Space Opens in Shorewood – Biz Times
May 26, 2017 – A new women’s co-working space opened its doors this month in Shorewood.
MalamaDoe LLC, located in a 1,500-square-foot space at 4465 N. Oakland Ave., caters to professional women who are solo business owners. Read more
Calling all Female Entrepreneurs – WISN
May 18, 2017 – Starting or growing a business can be an expensive proposition, but a new “co-working” space aims to help women do just that. MalamaDoe, on the 4400 block of North Oakland Avenue, is an converted office space now outfitted for 22 women to rent an out-of-home area to do their work. See the TV story here and read more.
Community in the News
FOX6 NOW, October 4, 2017 – End heel pain: Local woman invents product that will help you wear your heels longer featuring Abby Walker. Read more and see her TV appearance here.