The Bay Area Coffee Community’s mission is to support, empower, and foster a community for ALL of the coffee professionals in the Bay Area through educational, social, and networking events.
- Create spaces for conversation & collaboration within the Bay Area
- Provide professional development events for baristas, roasters, cafe managers, green buyers & any others working within the specialty coffee industry
The Bay Area Coffee Community (BACC) began in 2012 as an organization of coffee professionals with a desire to host events and promote community. In 2013, it held a very successful series of latte art throwdowns. For two years, it went on hiatus. Now, we’ve revived the BACC with a set of new by-laws and new people.
Code of Conduct
A copy of the bylaws is available by download (PDF).
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
President, Treasurer: Jason Reed Miller
Operations Manager, Mazarine Coffee
Why are you involved with BACC? I got involved with the BACC to promote specialty coffee in the Bay Area while expanding my understanding of the Bay Area coffee industry as a whole. I also want to meet more awesome folks working in coffee!
Random fact. Favorite NON-Coffee Food/beverage Item: BROCCOLI!!!!!!!!!
Freelance Coffee Marketer, Writer, Photographer
Why are you involved with BACC? We’re in need of a community organization here to unite industry professionals and create a collaborative atmosphere.
Random fact: My favorite color is teal
Wholesale Trainer, Ritual Coffee Roasters
Why are you involved with the BACC? Specialty coffee is gaining popularity, but we still only make up a small percentage of the coffee industry. It’s important that we find cohesion and support amongst those in our industry to promote better quality in our workplace, as well as in the cup!
Random Fact. Zodiac sign: Oh girl, you know she’s a Leo
Interested in sponsoring? Email us at sponsorship @ hellobacc . org
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