In 2006, Julia Jackson attended Scripps College in Claremont, California for a Bachelor of Arts degree before arriving at the Stanford Graduate School of Business. After college, Julia traveled to France where she learned about sales and distribution before joining the family wine business. Jackson Family Wines earned the label of Sonoma County Wine in 2005 for their showing of the Vérité La Joie, a Cabernet-dominated blend. It was then that made Julia agree that Sonoma was the best place for Cabernet, even with its reputation for Pinot Noir and Chardonnay.
Julia Jackson is currently a spokesperson for Cambria Estates, one of the brands that is produced by Jackson Family Wines, and she also works for her nonprofit organization that was founded in 2014, known as Cambria Seeds of Empowerment. Julia claims there are not enough role models for little girls and young adults to look up to and says this program “acknowledges those who have overcome adversity but also celebrate the strength of women as leaders.” Read more about Julia on breakthrubev.com.
This seemed important while she does her best to succeed in the wine business, which is very male dominated. Furthering women’s and her personal success, Julia has also launched an app called Rex Apps that spreads news about great restaurants and bars.