MILAN – The Coffee Women’s Colloquium – being organised by the United States Chapter of International Women’s Coffee Alliance – is a place where industry experts who are also women will share their insights on set topics ranging from green coffee to sustainability storytelling to business strategy.
Each session will be moderated by a USWIC board member, is open to anyone, and will have time for Q&A at the end. As well, thanks to our sponsor Pacific Foods, each speaker will be well-paid for their time.
The first topic is Green Coffee and Supply Chain. There will be representatives from each key stakeholder role who will share their experience working with the international coffee supply chain.
Moderating is USWIC Board Member Emily McIntyre, Founder and CEO of Catalyst Trade, a sustainability-focused Ethiopian coffee importer.
Date & Time for First Event: November 11, 2021 at 12 noon PST
The speakers for this Coffee Women’s Colloquium bring decades of experience to the table. They are:
- Amaris Gutierrez-Ray, Joe Coffee and dedicated producer advocate at The Women in Coffee Project
- Stephany Dávila-Hermeling, Founder Coffee Farmer’s Alliance
- Phyllis Johnson, Co-Founder BD Imports & Founder of the Coffee Coalition for Racial Equity (CCRE)
- Abigaile Munoz, Operations Quality Control / Certified Q Grader at Monarch Coffee in Hawaii
Attendance is free with a suggested donation of $10 per person. Click here to sign up for this event.