Tolt Hive is a volunteer-led coworking community in the beautiful Snoqualmie Valley. Founded in 2014, we are a community of diverse professionals who seek out and create opportunities for connection, collaboration, and inspiration in support of our work. Our members have included writers, consultants, accountants, researchers, graphic designers, nonprofit leaders, entrepreneurs, and more!

How does Tolt Hive create opportunities for connection, collaboration, and inspiration?

  • Pop-up coworking. We host coworking events for folks to come together and work in a shared space. We each work separately on our own projects, yet welcome opportunities to bounce ideas off each other, build camaraderie, and stimulate learning.

  • Social, Educational, and Enrichment Events. Our members create events and activities for other Tolt Hive members and the broader community to connect, learn, and grow together. Some of our events include happy hours, skill-building workshops, presentations/talks, and even a weekly walking group.  

  • Online Community. We are building a vibrant online community to serve as a place for our members to share resources, information and connect with each other. Participation is not limited by geography, so all who are interested in being a part of a supportive and inspiring community of professionals are welcome to join

Why does all of this matter?

Working from home can be wonderful, but it can also be an isolating experience - the freedom and flexibility is great until you suddenly realize it's been three days since you saw another human being and showers have become optional. You realize you are not having the conversations you need to keep you energized and excited about your work. At other times, it can be difficult to find motivation to stay focused on your work when there are dirty dishes in the sink, laundry to be done, or children who need your attention. Tolt Hive creates space for you to reduce isolation, be productive, and learn with others.

In 2017, we bid adieu to our founding member and "Queen Bee" Jody Miesel as she moved her way back to Seattle.  Our operations on hiatus while we seek a new community leader to coordinate events and activities. If you are interested in serving in this capacity, please contact Jody at 



Are you interested in connecting with other independent workers in the Snoqualmie Valley? Membership offers access to coworking, social events, and our thriving online community. As of December 2016, being a member is free! Send us a message at to join today!