We Were Tired...
Eric Golman is a health-crazed entrepreneur based in College Park, Maryland. His unwavering passion for entrepreneurship began when he started his first company when he was just eleven years of age. Today, he is the Co-Founder & CEO of Javazen. He is making a mark in the coffee / tea industries, one deliciously healthy brew at a time.
Eric holds a B.S. in Economics and Environmental Science & Policy with a Technology Entrepreneurship minor from the University of Maryland. Academia and cum laudes aside, he is an ex record-setting powerlifter and a not-so-active sax-player for the one-man band “Golman Sax.”
When he is not crafting spreadsheets or relentlessly correcting everyone’s grammar, Eric loves strategically (and sometimes awkwardly) contorting himself on yoga mats and reading thought-provoking books that he rarely ever finishes. He is also quite the health buff (not nut) and a coffee aficionado. Indian buffets and vegetarian food make him happy, too.
Aaron is a bit of a (health) nut. As the Wellness Officer of Javazen, Aaron’s mission is to inspire people to eat and drink the best foods. With a degree in Kinesiology and as a Certified Personal Trainer, Aaron is ready to optimize anyone’s health.
Ryan is your friend, you just don’t know it yet. As Javazen’s Relationship Officer, Ryan greets the world with a quick smile and even easier laugh. With a degree in marketing from the University of Maryland, Ryan is ready to tell you all about Javazen.
Since Ryan joined Javazen, his lifestyle has gone under a revolution. With a new focus on eating healthy foods, he is in the process of transforming his life to one of health and Zen.
If you would like to ask Ryan how his healthy lifestyle is going, or want to know more about Javazen, feel free to give him a call. But be warned, you may end up with a new friend along with a lunch date.
The Growth Curve
When it comes to the quality of our coffee, we like to take the direct route at Javazen. The beans for our revitalizing coffee come directly from farmers, no shortcuts, no middle-men. This is called "Direct Trade". This form of the coffee trade brings farmers and roasters at a table. Of which both benefit - and of course, you!