Julia serves as the proprietor at the Jackson Family Wines. Jackson Family Wines was founded by Jess Jackson, Julie’s father in 1982 and it currently has more than 30 different premium wineries. Apart from Kendall-Jackson, which is the most famous brand, Jackson Family Wines produce other brands such as La Crema and Anakota. Julia, who hails from San Francisco, was born in 1988. At a young age, Jess Jackson would make Julia and her siblings pick up grapes as he explained to them the significance of hard work. As a result, when Julia got older she dedicated more time to work in her family’s wineries where she gained experience in the wine industry. According to Julia, Chardonnay goes hand-in-hand with Pinot and therefore it is placed as one of the best wines in Sonoma.
Julia Jackson’s Education Background
Julia attended Scripps College between 2006 and 2010 and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Studio Art. In 2010, she participated in the Stanford Summer Institute of General Management where she obtained her Summer Certificate from Stanford’s Business School. After graduating, Julia worked in some of the Jackson Family wineries and ended up forming a strong bond with one of the winemaker’s French-speaking daughter. Julia traveled to the city of Bordeaux, France where she learned about French vineyards, distribution, and sales. Julia became fluent in French and landed a French teaching position to sixth-graders.
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Cambria Seeds of Empowerment
Julia is the founder of the non-profit organization known as Cambria Seeds of Empowerment. The wine industry is dominated by men making it difficult for women to fit into the corporate world. The program aims at celebrating women warriors who have the determination of conquering the obstacles and hardships of life. Cambria Seeds of Empowerment usually awards 100,000 dollars annually to other non-profits that align themselves with the values and morals of the program.
At Jackson Family Wines, Julia works hand in hand with the international sales team to introduce her family’s wines to a new wine generation of drinkers globally.
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Squaw Valley Ski Resort reported before the winter season that there was a potential health issue with the water system on the upper mountain, which is the the favorite for skiers of all levels. The first announcement was made on November 8th to advise Squaw Valley and its visitors.
Squaw Valley is located in Lake Tahoe, CA where the 1964 Winter Olympics were held. The stadium and resort were recently updated by CEO and president Andy Wirth in the past eight years. His incredible work and renovations have created a summer destination as well as enhancing the winter ski resort that makes Squaw Valley Ski Resot on of the leading ski resorts globally.
The Placer County Health Department ran tests and detected small amounts of E. coli and coliform bacteria in the water system on high mountain in November. Squaw Valley closed the restaurants on high mountain, but skiers are permitted to ski all of the slopes. All skiers are provided bottled water to ensure safety.
The amount detected is small and there have been no health issues reported, and as soon as the issue is resolved, the skiers will be notified and the restaurants will open. Skiing has been open for all skiers.
Squaw Valley Openly Reports
Andy Wirth and the Board at Squaw Valley have been completely open about the situation and have published all information released on the water quality. They extend much thanks to the Placer County health Department and Squaw Valley Public Service District for their diligent assistance, and Squaw Valley continually updates the public with the latest results.
The latest report states that during routine testing this issue was found, and the Placer County Environmental Health and the Squaw Valley Public Service District were contacted. As a precaution, Squaw Valley management acquired a second opinion from water safety experts. With the combined effort progress is being made and will continue to be monitored closely until it returns to normal levels. We will not return to our regular water usage at High Camp or Gold Coast until officials and experts guarantee the water is safe.