Julia Jackson – Using Wine to As a Tool for Inspiring Women to Achieve More

Julia Jackson fascination about wine business started a long time ago. It was in 1988 when Julia Jackson was born in San Francisco in 1988, and since then she has never forgotten what her father, Jess Jackson, the founder of the preeminent Jackson Family Wines stood for and instilled in her- working hard. The benefits of hard work are what brought her father’s success.

In fact, she recalls when they were young when his father could make the kids pick and sort grapes under the scorching sun. Her mother, Barbara Banke, on the other hand, helped Julia’s dad in his wine making career besides starting her own wine company, Cambria Estate Winery a year before Julia was born. Julia sites her mother as her source of inspiration. Was it not for her, she could not have founded the Cambria Seeds of Empowerment and read full article.

That is a program aimed at celebrating warrior women who have defied the hurdles of life to make it and in turn inspire other women in the society to achieve their greatness.That program awards up to $100,000 annually non-profit organizations that champion for program’s pillars of equality, community, and spirit. Julia is learned. She attended Stanford Graduate School of Business from 2010 to 2010 earning her Certificate in General Management. She later proceeded to Scripps College in 2006 and obtained her Bachelor of Arts, Studio Art in 2010 and her Linkedin.