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100 Female Empowerment Group Names

Whether you are creating a sports team, or you are assigned a group project in your class, a team name is a must. Not only is it necessary, but it can also be fun. A good, catchy name needs to be short, memorable, and if you want to take it further, funny names are always a hit.

A great way to have a powerful name is to have it unite all of your team members. For example, if you were starting a fitness group and you all liked Disney some clever names could be Beauties in Beast Mode, Once Upon A Dumbbell, and The Princess and the Quads.

If your group members are all women, a great unified purpose for your group would be women empowerment. In today’s post I’m giving you a little inspiration to help you find the best name for your group. Before we get to the name ideas, here are a few reasons and benefits for a female empowerment team name.

5 Reasons Why You Would Need A Group Name

Before we get to the  list of the best group names for female empowerment, you may want to look into the different reasons why you should choose a name for your group. 

  • Starting A Facebook Group: According to Omnicore Agency, there are over 1.8 billion people that have joined Facebook groups. Groups are a great way to connect with people that share the same demographics, interests, and more.One of the first noticeable impression of a Facebook group is its name. You want it to be catchy and inviting to the audience that you want to join. 
  • Group Project: This can be for a class project or a work project. While a group name isn’t a necessity, it can definitely make the group dynamic more fun.
  • Game Night: Just like with the previous reason, a catchy team name isn’t necessary for the event. It does add to the fun, competitive experience though.
  • Sports Team: Whether you are a fan club cheering for your favorite team, or starting/joining an amateur sports team, awesome team names makes the experience that much more competitive. Another bonus is the team unity that will come from a cool name.
  • Group Chat: Giving a name to a group chat gives it a unique identity that you can’t get from not naming them. You’ll be able to easily find your family chat when updating your family on your day, your girl group when you want to plan a girls’ night out, etc.. Funny group names work really well in this format.

5 Benefits of Creating a Group Name

  • Easier to find/more targeted members: As I mentioned before, a good team name promotes unity in a common interest among members. You are more likely to get women who enjoy cooking by naming your group Spice Girls’ Kitchen than you are if you named the group Flower Power Women because you like flowers. Attract the members you want by thinking of women team names that fit well with what the group is about. Groups like these are often safe spaces for women and naming them can contribute to that feeling of safety.
  • Gives your team members a common goal: A strong, and creative, name is the best type of name for a group name in a team setting. If you are lucky, your team name could also serve as a mission statement. It can do this by reminding the young women in your group of what the goal is. Being part of a team builds confidence and a name everyone relates to boosts morale.
  • Builds team morale: Even if the group name isn’t that important for what you are a part of, like a game night or sports team, it can still bring in excitement and team spirit if your ideas are creative, empowering group names.
  • Keeps messages organized: If you are in a lot of different conversations, having each of them have a different name makes it easier for you to keep them organized. For example, have you ever tried texting something to your friend group but ended up texting the message to your co-workers? Having group names help to avoid this type of mistake.
  • They’re fun: And finally, catchy names are just plain fun! Just like catchy brand names like Bershka, Cider and Lululemon. They’re fun to say and fun to be part of and share on social media, especially for young girls.

100 Female Empowerment Group Names

It can be hard to come up with a great name for your group of women on your own, so I’ve got a few ideas for you. Some are cute names, some are creative names, some are fierce but all are meant to inspire.

You can use one of these for your ladies group, or use this list to get your brain thinking about your own unique name for your group. I’ve separated them into a few different categories for you so that it’s easier to find the type of women’s group names you need.

Physical & Mental Health Groups

  1. Beauties In Beast Mode
  2. Wellness Focused Women
  3. sQUAD goals
  4. Self Love Crew
  5. Well Women 
  6. EmpOURwered Minds
  7. Ladies Who Lift
  8. BeYOUtiful Minds
  9. Fit Females
  10. Sweat, Shine, & Repeat
  11. Strong & Sassy
  12. Planks and Ponytails
  13. Barbell Babes
  14. Squats and Scrunchies
  15. Fierce Vixens

Sports Teams Groups

  1. Equality Cheerers
  2. Bump Set Speak Out
  3. Runners Who Slay
  4. Pretty Girl Kicks
  5. Half Court Females 
  6. Feminist Batters
  7. Empower Her Steps
  8. Lashes & Dashes
  9. Grit With A Dash Of Grace
  10. Grace and Grit
  11. Ballers of Feminism 
  12. Queens Who Run
  13. Ladies of the Locker Room
  14. Empowered Goal Gals
  15. Dynamic Dolls
  16. Firecracker Femmes 
  17. Blitz and Glitz
  18. Hell on Heels
  19. Ladies of the Fight
  20. Ferocious Vixens
  21. Crazy Daisies
  22. Hot Shots
  23. Flying Females
  24. Barbie Beaters
  25. Dynamite Divas

Best Friends Groups

  1.  Women Inspiring Women
  2.  Community Over Comparison
  3. Community Over Competition
  4.  Single Ladies Who Slay
  5.  Lady Brunchers
  6. FemFam  
  7.  Belles of Happy Hour
  8.  Our HERd
  9.  Babe Squad
  10.  My Girl Gang
  11.  Badass Beauties
  12.  Queens of ____ (hometown, type of group, etc.)
  13. Queen Bees
  14. Power Puffs
  15. Lovely Lions
  16. Vacation Vixens
  17. Fierce Females
  18. Way of the Women
  19. Dirty Birdies
  20. Pink Ladies

Social Cause (female empowerment) Groups

  1. Freedom Fighters
  2. Gender Equality Warriors
  3. Equality Trail Blazers
  4. Female Leaders Of Tomorrow 
  5. Glass Ceiling Crashers 
  6. She Speaks Power
  7. World Changing Ladies
  8. Girls Who Care
  9. Ladies On A Mission
  10. Hopeful Feminists

Book Clubs

  1. The Juliets Takeover
  2. Wine, Words, and Girl Chat
  3. EmpowHERing Reads 
  4. EmpowerHER Books
  5. Badass Book Babes
  6. Feminists Who Read 
  7. The Bookaholic Feminists
  8. Words for Women by Women
  9. FemLit Club
  10. Babes with Books
  11. Babes and Books
  12. Books and Babes
  13. Page Turning Divas
  14. Three-eyed Mavens
  15. She Reads


  1. Fearlessly Female
  2. Badass Babes
  3. Diva Doodlers
  4. Queens of ___
  5. Gals with Goals
  6. FemTribe
  7. Bold Female Energy
  8. Gal Goal Getters
  9. Babes of ___
  10. Slay Sisters
  11. Fabulous and Furious
  12. Fierce Fab Fun
  13. Goal Diggers
  14. Fierce Feminists
  15. Glam Squad

One Last Tip

If you are still on the hunt for the perfect name, a great way to brainstorm is by doing a mind map.

Write out a few big concepts/words about what your group is about, then write down any related words. After you are done try pairing some words and play around with the individual words to see if any of them fit the type of name you are envisioning. Create a potential name list, then start narrowing them down until you find your name.

If that exercise doesn’t work, another way to find some empowerment group names is to use a team name generator.

If you have a few words that you like all you have to do is add them to the generator to get more ideas. These can sometimes be hit or miss. They are worth a shot though while brainstorming a fun group name. Sometimes you find a few great gems for group names through team name generators like this.

Did any of these cool group names inspire your next female empowerment group? Let me know your ideas in the comment below.

About the Author

Kelly Clark

Kelly graduated from Liberty University with a degree in Advertising and Public Relations and a minor in Journalism. Even though it took her a little while to find her career path, she was always meant to be in Communications. She remembers writing poems and songs when she was a little girl and pitching to my parents the reasons why I should have a cell phone when I was a teenager. She currently has a blog ( where she talks about her weight-loss journey, mental health and personal development. Her hope is to encourage and inspire readers and let them know they are not alone. Reading blog posts like that are what helped her in tough times and she wants to pay it forward. She loves dance fitness, listening to music, and creating layouts in her bullet journal. She's a big fan of planning, especially when cute notebooks and pens are involved. Her dream job has changed so much over the years; right now she'd love to co-own a dance studio.