Cill and Kmac are Floozy Coffee Roasters - A female led micro-roastery committed to women’s empowerment in the coffee sector.
Floozy was founded in 2017 as a response to male bias in the coffee sector. Coffee roasting is male-dominated worldwide, as is the entire coffee supply chain. Cill and Kmac work to highlight and support female producers at origin, encourage other women coffee roasters, promote and train female baristas and coffee shop owners, and contribute to future gender disaggregated research within the sector.
Floozy’s goal is to promote and advance the women in coffee, showcase the talents of the ladies in the industry, and train up future generations of badass coffee chicks.
Floozy is based in Newcastle, Australia and available worldwide.
Meet team Floozy
kmac / co-founder + Head Roaster
Kmac has built a career in the coffee industry on the back of her success as a cafe owner herself and as a consultant for others looking to open their own cafes. Kmac has almost a decade of experience in the hospitality industry, and is considered to be an expert in coffee in the Hunter New England region, being a big part of the growth of specialty coffee in the region over the past few years. Kmac is a talented coffee roaster, with a passion for sourcing vibrant, candy-like coffees and turning them into liquid gold. As the head of coffee for Floozy, Kmac is responsible for curating a diverse range of coffees to suit coffee programs worldwide.
co-founder + Brand Activator
Cill launched her career in coffee in 2017 when she co-founded Floozy. Cill has a background in economics and women’s advocacy, and recently earned her Master’s in Economic Development based on a systematic review of women’s land rights in the coffee sector. Cill was invited to be a guest speaker at Beanstock Coffee Festival in Canada in 2018 to discuss inclusivity in the sector, and has since been featured as a speaker at a number of other industry events promoting the role of women in the industry. Cill is on the Barista Magazine Editorial Advisory Board for 2019-2021 and has just begun work with the Australian chapter of the International Women’s Coffee Alliance to develop a metric that measures women’s empowerment in the Coffee Global Value Chain.