- Space Notes Indoor Space -624 square foot barn with open floor plan and adjacent covered patio -Ideal for groups ranging in size from 8 to 32 -Customizable table and seating arrangements -Multiple garden and outdoor meeting areas for breakout sessions -Indoor and outdoor dining options
- Total Sq. Ft.: 624
- Banquet Capacity: 32
Miramar Farms helps leaders thrive through coaching, experiential education and team facilitation. Our small family farm, located on the northern California coast, provides a spectacularly unique setting for us to do our work and serves as the backdrop for leadership renewal, inspiration and learning.
About the Farmer
Mark and Jayne Battey founded Miramar Farms in late 2012 with the vision of serving both corporate and community leaders. In addition to building and running their own successful consulting firm for over 15 years, they each have unique leadership and board experience in the corporate, not-for-profit, and public sectors.
Jayne Battey is an entrepreneur and environmental leader with a track record of building highly successful teams in both the for-profit and non-profit areas. Over the past three years, Jayne’s professional focus has shifted to mentoring and advising organizational leaders with a mission to help develop high-functioning, sustainable leadership teams. In addition to her work at Miramar Farms, Jayne is a facilitator with the Stanford Graduate School of Business Women in Management program. Just prior to founding Miramar Farms, Jayne spent three years as the Director of Land and Environmental Management for Pacific Gas and Electric Company. Prior to that, Jayne was the Executive Director of the Stewardship Council and Co-founder of Essex Environmental.
Mark Battey has over thirty years experience leading business, government and non-profit organizations. Mark was Chief Deputy Controller for California where he managed an $11 billion Revenue Anticipation Warrant bond sale, supervised the policy team for the Controller, and served on a variety of state finance boards including CalPERS and CalSTRS. He was co-founder and Managing Director for Essex Environmental, Inc., an environmental consulting company that was sold to TRC, Inc. in 2002.