In today’s business world, women are breaking traditional stereotypes and achieving levels of success that were unimaginable only a few years ago. One of these women is Julia Jackson, one of the driving forces behind Jackson Family Wines. Considered one of today’s most innovative and dynamic business leaders, Julia has demonstrated not only a great business sense, but also a humanitarian side as well. As the founder of the non-profit organization Cambria Seeds of Empowerment, Julia’s group focuses on women who have overcome hardships to find success in various areas of their lives. To help them, her group awards more than $100,000 per year in cash grants to non-profit organizations that help strengthen communities.
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A graduate of Scripps College and the Stanford Graduate School of Business, Julia have always understood the value of hard work when it comes to staying ahead of the competition. Knowing the wine market is more competitive than ever, Julia has continually used new and innovative business strategies to stay ahead of the competition. As a result of her efforts, many of the company’s wines have found their way to the top of many wine lists. Among the most successful has been Julia’s Vineyard Pinot Noir, which in 2010 was named Wine of the Year by Wine Enthusiast.
Having spent time in France as a young girl, Julia learned much about the culture and used it to help grow Jackson Family Wines into the world-class success it is today. Whether she was helping her dad pick grapes on days when temperatures reached 100 degrees or teaching French to sixth-grade students, Julia Jackson never underestimated the value of hard work. As she continues working with her non-profit organization and with the family business, there’s no doubt Julia will continue to be one of today’s most dynamic business leaders. Follow Julia Jackson at Behance.