MEET OUR U.S. BASED TEAM
Every member of our team based in the United States, from barista to CEO, works to ensure that 100% of profits goes to the people who work the hardest to get the best cup of coffee to you; Coffee Farmers. Meet the team who roasts, packs, ships, markets and brews our farmers very best, organic coffee.
Co-founder and CEO
Chief Operating Officer
Chief Retail Officer
Café Operations Manager
Work with Us
Want to work with us? Apply for production positions or to work as a barista in our cafes using the links below! We don't have any admin opportunities available right now but keep an eye out for the future!
Roasting, packing, and shipping coffee is the foundation of Pachamama Coffee. Based in El Dorado Hills, CA the production and roasting team makes sure that evey bag of coffee packed is filled with the freshest coffee possible.
The communications, marketing, administrative and e-commerce teams plan events, conduct community outreach, respond to customer inquiries, and sustain partnerships essential to Pachamama Coffee. We are not currently hiring for these positions. Follow us on Linked In to stay up to date with open positions!
Café staff expertly brew and craft espresso drinks to best reflect the high quality coffee that we offer. Our baristas are trained with state of the art equipment and learn the ins and outs of revolutionary coffee.
Board of Advisors
Nicolas D Brown
A co-founder of Pachamama, Nicolas Brown is one of the visionaries behind the formation of cooperative Nicolas, a former Peace Corps Volunteer in Bolivia with an MBA and MD, drinks organic coffee in Oregon with his wife and family.
Therese Tuttle represents California consumer, worker and farmer cooperatives and led the legal formation of Pachamama in 2000, the first international co-op of coffee farmers. Therese serves on the non-profits committee of the California State Bar Association.
Stanley Kuehn has served as a trusted advisor since 2003, when he introduced co-founder Thaleon Tremain to coffee co-ops in El Salvador and Nicaragua. Stanley has over 35 years of experience in economic development and community training.
The co-founder and managing director of ÉTICO Ethical Trading Company, Nicholas Hoskyns has been a dedicated partner and advisor since 2014. Based in Nicaragua, Nicholas serves an important role facilitating the financing and importing of coffee from Pachamama’s owners.
Ric Rhinehart has been a leader in specialty coffee for over 30 years. He’s served as director of SCAA, a founding director of World Coffee Research, and a director at the Coffee Quality Institute. Ric is presently developing strategies for IDH in coffee, tea and cocoa, to increase income for smallholders.