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Meredith Taylor
 
Meredith Taylor
Sustainability Coordinator
Durham
440.552.6737

Meredith started out her career in coffee working as a barista and manager at Peregrine Espresso in Washington, DC. She's also a member of the SCAA Sustainability Council, and she is very interested in sustainability as it relates to the coffee supply chain.

She loves cooking—especially the vegetables that she gets from her garden and CSA. She also makes a lot of Mexican and Indian food, although she doesn't claim to be great at either. She currently lives in Durham, NC, with her husband, Brian, and two dogs, Moe and Josie.
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