Having the ability of owning a successful business is the American dream for many people. Being a successful person is also what most people aspire to be, but that dream doesn’t seem to come into fruition for most individuals. On the other hand, Proprietor Julia Jackson is living out her dream in a sense. She works with the famed Cambria Estates Winery of the Pacific Northwest. This just so happens to be her family’s business, but it has grown and branched out beyond the borders of Santa Maria. Julia mother, Barbara Banke, is the owner here and Julia is following in her mother’s footsteps.Julia Jackson has studied at Stanford University where she completed an intense General Management program. She has also studied over at Scripps College where she earned an undergraduate degree. Julia has lived in Los Angeles, and she has participated in modeling.
This woman seems to be a jack of all trades kind of gal. Her love of winemaking developed over time as she worked in numerous wineries. After moving to Bordeaux, France, she fully immersed herself into the culture. Some days should would shadow industry personnel while others days were spent picking and sorting through grapes. Some of the days spent for work were 14 hours. She got so good with the French language, French class was on her next menu of accomplishments. Yes, Julia taught a sixth-grade French class.Julia Jackson is all about “girl power,” and her Seeds of Empowerment organization personifies it the best. This nonprofit foundation celebrates ambitious females, and it regularly donates cash grants to deserving organization in the area. Julia Jackson is a chip off the old block, but in a good way. Her future within this industry is looking mighty bright and the family business will continue to grow stronger by the day.