Julia Jackson is a Successful Proprietor Who Helps Women

Julia JacksonJulia Jackson helps oversee a top-rated wine company which has a strong component of female leadership. The award winning Jackson-Family Wines is where she serves as one of the proprietors of a company with decades of experience and tradition behind it. She has a passion for the industry and also for helping provide positive role models for young women who aspire to realize the fullness of their potential.Jackson spent her formative years learning how to produce high-quality wines from her parents, Jess Jackson and Barbara Banke. She highlights the support that her father displayed for women in business during a time when it was uncommon. Her mother was also an inspiration for her with her business knowledge and ability to lead Jackson-Family Wines.Cambria Seeds of Empowerment are how Julia Jackson has chosen to shine a spotlight on successful females to inspire young women. The organization was founded by her in 2014 and helps remedy the lack of positive role models portrayed in the media.

These Warrior Women have demonstrated strong leadership abilities and have overcome adversity.Three main traits are necessary to be considered as an honoree, and they are equality, community, and spirit. Cambria helps fund non-profit organizations which display the aforementioned qualities and they do this with cash grants to those who are deserving. They aJulia Jacksonward $100,000 annually to groups that provide opportunities for women to excel.Julia Jackson is passionate about quality wines and the arts. She secured a Bachelor’ degree from Scripps College in Studio Arts. She also received a Certificate in General Management from the Stanford Graduate School of Business to further the business end of her career.Maggy Hawk is one of the Jackson-Family brands that highlight a unique topography and continues their tradition of cultivating grapes with distinct characteristics. It is located in the Anderson Valley of Mendocino County and it has become a noted region for producing Pinot Noir.

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