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[Wild Cozy Truth 55] Why Coffee is a Feminist Issue with Alyza Bohbot

Alyza Bohbot - Feminist Book Club
This episode is brought to you in collaboration with City Girl Coffee, bringing awareness and equality to women in the coffee industry.
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In this interview, I chat with CEO and owner of City Girl Coffee Alyza Bohbot. Not only do we discuss why it’s important to support women in the coffee industry around the world, Alyza also shares her experience on what it’s like to take over the family business. It’s challenging to be a young female CEO but through her transparency and willingness to learn, she’s developed strong leadership skills to be the force of a legacy brand. Her parents began the coffee company before coffee had reach its popularity in the US and were inspired by her father’s upbringing in Morocco. We also chat about her unique childhood as a first generation Moroccan-American and how it’s impacted her understanding of community.
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Alekef Coffee
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