Female empowerment is at an all-time high these days. Women are now competing with men for the exact same jobs because gender equality is now being played on a fair stage. One of the persons who embodies this notion is Julia Jackson. This woman is very progressive in whatever she does, and she applies this progression to all aspects of her life. Her foundation, Cambria Seeds of Empowerment, is the embodiment of female empowerment. This nonprofit organization celebrates any and every thing from a female standpoint. It also donates hundreds of millions of dollars per year to deserving recipients.Julia Jackson is the daughter of Barbara Banke and the late Jess Jackson. This couple was the original founders of Jackson Family Wines. The company has been in business for over 30 years, and it has garnered much attention for its high quality wines.
Julia works at the company as a proprietor, a representative and as a salesman. She also does a lot of behind the scenes work such as website design and wine bottle art. This has come in handy since she has a B.A. in Studio Art from Scripps College. Her managerial skills came from completing the intense General Management program at Stanford University. Jackson Family Wines have a huge following, and it offers some of the best tasting wines at an economical cost. Its Fog Tide Chardonnay can’t be put into words thanks to its array of layered fruity ingredients.The future is looking mighty bright for Julia and the family business. The company has wineries all around the globe, including Chile, South Africa, Italy, France and Australia. Oregon’s Willamette Valley hosts 583-acres, and it produces some of the finest Pinot Noir in the world. In 2016, this 583-acre estate won the Wine Star Award for “Wine Region of the Year.”