Management Team

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Anh Tran, PRESIDENT

Anh joined the Jammin Java Crop. in May 2009, Anh’s experience leading start-up companies, as well as his knowledge of consumer products and international markets, are all assets at this time in the Company’s growth. Anh embraces the Company’s culture, passion,  and entrepreneurial nature as well as its commitment to corporate social responsibility.

Prior to Marely Coffee, Anh was the CEO of Greencine.com, the premier online independent movie distribution site competing against companies like Blockbuster and Netflix.  There he lead the company to numerous awards and was one of the first in their field to distribute paid content online.

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Brent Toevs, CEO

Brent Toevs has served in executive positions throughout his career at some of the Industry's top coffee companies.  Prior to founding National Coffee Services & Vending, Toevs was the Vice President of Sales for US Fresh Coffee and Vending and was responsible for developing their Office Coffee Service business, which ultimately generated revenues of approximately $50 million a year.  Toevs also served as President of Take A Break/ Arbuckle Coffee Company, where he started as a sales associate.  At Take A Break, Toevs helped the company sign on as one of the original Keurig Authorized Distributors, and rolled out the Keurig single serve system at US Refresh. His focus on Single Serve formats continued at NCS&V, signing a deal to bring Timothy's KCups to the United States market. NCS&V has also been a pioneer of single serve pods and equipment, which is a fast growing segment in the coffee industry.
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Rohan Marley, Chairman

Rohan Marley is the co-founder of the privately owned Marley Coffee Company and son of legendary musician and visionary Bob Marley. Rohan was born in Jamaica in 1972 and moved to the United States as a young child going on to study sociology at the University of Miami and starring as a linebacker for the U of M Hurricanes.

He would later go on to play professionally for the Canadian Football League’s Ottawa Rough Riders, but throughout his football career, Rohan knew deep in his heart that he would one day return to his family roots like his father, whose dream was to eventually become a farmer.