The Wing’s inclusive, exclusive approach to diversity

Im a little alarmed by how much Im enjoying the Wing. The co-working space for women is perhaps best known for its Instagrammable aesthetic; think color-coded bookshelves, staff members in adorable pink sweatshirts, illustrated wallpaper that pays tribute to local female heroes. It has drawn in the past for focusing on advancing a certain type of woman, one who can afford the $215 to $250 monthly membership price tag and the compounded costs of money and time in accessing high-end neighborhoods like D.C.s Georgetown or Brooklyns DUMBO. Other have noted that the Wings privileged cool girl founders, Lauren Kassan and Audrey Gelman, have rsums that read like a [millennial] womans greatest hits record (the latter was the for the character …