OUT Georgia Business Alliance

Georgia's LGBTQIA+ Chamber of Commerce

As the business voice of Georgia’s LGBTQIA+ community and our allies, OUT Georgia represents small business, nonprofit, and corporate Members who share our commitment to advancing diversity, equity, accessibility, inclusion, and belonging in the workplace and in Georgia’s economy. We proudly serve as a connector across the Peach State, bringing Georgians together through economic empowerment and business opportunity, while promoting and engaging the community, advocating for small business and civil rights, and investing in grassroots organizations through the OUT Georgia Impact Fund.

What We Do


OUT Georgia stands at the intersection of pro-business, pro-2SLGBTQIA+, and pro-civil rights policy and legislation that we believe is good for business, good for the community, and good for ALL Georgians.

Through the lens of equity and justice, we advocate for small business and entrepreneurs, represent the voice of our Membership at the local and state level, and advance civil rights and inclusion through business.


OUT Georgia connects Members to business and professional development resources to fuel growth, economic impact, and prosperity.

We provide accessible programming and training, connect LGBTQ+ Certified Business Enterprises (LGBTBEs) to corporate and government contracting, and promote progressive business policies and best practices.


OUT Georgia builds a network of leaders and organizations to elevate peer-support and brand visibility, spotlight inspiring work, and drive meaningful impact across the State of Georgia.

In partnership with United Way of Greater Atlanta, we launched the OUT Georgia Impact Fund and invested $100,000 in small, grassroots nonprofits that serve 2SLGBTQIA+ individuals and communities that need it most.

Recent News

$1 Million in New Grants Will Support LGBTQ+-Owned and Allied Businesses

OUT Georgia Business Alliance & National LGBT Chamber of Commerce Team Up with Grubhub Community Fund for Another Year of Grants to Aid in Growth and Development Washington, DC — America’s LGBTQ+-owned restaurants and bars serving food will once again find a vital lifeline this year stemming from the ongoing partnership formed by the National

Discover Charis Books and 33 Lesbian-Owned Georgia Businesses You’ll Love

Discover Charis Books and 33 Lesbian-Owned Georgia Businesses In recognition of Lesbian Visibility Day 2024, OUT Georgia Business Alliance is joined by the City of Atlanta and Mayor’s Division of LGBTQ Affairs to spotlight Charis Books & More and 33 Lesbian-owned Georgia businesses that embody leadership, visibility, and excellence. These businesses are more than just

Transgender Day of Visibility 2024: A Statement from Our TGX360 Council

Sunday, March 31st, 2024 is Transgender Day of Visibility.The OUT Georgia Business Alliance recognizes the exceptional central work of our TGXI business leaders and professionals and is grateful for the statement below from our TGX360 Advisory Council: On Transgender Day of Visibility, it is an opportunity to show ourselves for who we are: business professionals