Julia Jackson is Breathing New Life into the Family Wine Business

Julia Jackson, born in 1988, is the middle daughter of Jess Jackson and Barbara Banke. Growing up, she consistently developed an interest in the wine business, probably because her family ran a wine business empire – Jackson Family Wineries. During the summer, she would work at the family wineries.

Julia was best friends with a French-speaking daughter of a winemaker employed by the family. The friendship resulted in her interest in the French language which she later took classes on. Thanks to her fluency in the language, she got a chance to teach the language to sixth-graders while in college. To date, French is still Julia’s passion.

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Currently, she is part of the Jackson Family Wines international sales team whose mission is to attract the new generation of wine drinkers to the family wines.

Her mother has been an integral part of the business for the longest time. Julia Jackson established the Cambria Estate Winery in 1987. The Jacksons have a good understanding of the land; a factor that has contributed to their success in the wine industry.

With inspiration from her mother’s brilliance, Julia started Cambria Seeds of Empowerment, an initiative to recognize and appreciate ‘Warrior Women’ in the community. The program financially supports non-profit organizations that in line with the program’s pillars of Community, Equality, and Spirit.

According to Julia, the best wine for Sonoma County is the Cabernet wine. The county was used to the Pinot Noir and Chardonnay wines. The family had launched Sonoma County Wine in the area, but it never got as famous as other county wines. Julia attributed this to lack of enough marketing resources. Moreover, a wine called Acabo from Tribute is gaining ground in the county.

Education

In 2006, Julia joined Scripps College for a Bachelor of Arts degree. She attained a Certificate of General Management from Stanford Graduate School of Business.

Julie Zuckerberg- Executive Recruitment Expert and Talent Acquisition Leader

Julie Zuckerberg is an executive recruitment expert and a leader in talent acquisition at Deutsche Bank located in New York. She graduated in Philosophy from University of New York-Brooklyn College. She later proceeded to New York Law School to study law.

 

Career and Recruitment Achievement

 

Upon completion of her studies, Julie began her career as a director of candidate placement at Hudson along with other employees of different levels recruited attorneys, case managers, support staff and paralegals. At Hudson, Julie successfully executed her responsibilities that included provision of job information, benefits, promotion and guidelines and their prospects details. With her information in law, Julie acted as a main link between management and employees in case of issues and problems related to work and also ensured legal framework and its compliance is used in determining and resolving the same. Counseling the employees’ grievances, coaching them as well as assisting in conflicts resolution indicated her strength.

 

Career Advancement

 

After working at Hudson for 5 years, Julie Zuckerberg left in 2007 to join Citi Global Consumer Bank based in New York as an executive recruiter. Here, she helped in advising the management on several strategies of recruitment and compensation trends to help the company compete effectively. Julie was also involved in insights provision on talent acquisition and competitive market with unlawful planning and ideas. She participated actively in further intricate recruitment and talent acquisition that consisted of equity mergers negotiation, immigration and relocation along other difficult mechanisms of recruitment.

 

Sourcing talent from all over the world through emigrant process and international relocations proves Julie’s rich skills and knowledge in audit, legal, compliance, management and recruitment front. Julie later joined New York Life Insurance Company from Citi Group where she was involved in the provision of fully developed recruitment support techniques to the company. She also helped by coming up with strategies in business planning and solution provision along other senior management.

 

Executive Responsibilities at Deutsche Bank

 

Julie Zuckerberg is currently the talent acquisition principal at Deutsche Bank and helps the recruitment executive groups with coaching and counseling. She also chairs the procedure of hiring managing director level positions as well as leading negotiations. Julie has a lot of responsibilities as the executive talent chief ranging from management of business to recruitment and from management of consumers to ensuring the company applies credible recruitment management.

 

Julie Zuckerberg works together with leaders from Worldwide Technology and Operations, Commercial and Private Wealth Customers talent acquisition mechanism globally. Julie’s many years of experience have enabled her to master the skill of recruitment, and she strongly believes that major aspects of business accomplishments lie in the recruitment of right people and by also reducing wearing away.

 

Hobbies and Passion

 

At her free time, Julie engages in running, photography or improving her knowledge in technology. She is a campaigner for economic empowerment, loves arts and culture, she is concerned about animals’ well-being as well as participating in philanthropic activities. She also has an interest in cuisines. Relaxation from long work hours enables Julie to have the drive of delivering the best recruitment talent around the globe.

 

Helane Morrison: A Leader with Passion and Skills

Helane Morrison works in one of the most successful firms in California –Hall Capital Partners- as a managing director and General Counsel. The company is entirely ran by women. She joined the company in the year 2007.Prior to that, she worked in San Francisco as the head of Securities and Exchange Commission; that was between 1999 and 2007 when she joined Hall Capital Partners.

 

Helane is an alumnus of Northwestern University of Chicago, Illinois where she pursued a Bachelor of Science degree in journalism, thereafter earning her Juris Doctor Degree from the University of California Berkeley School Of Law. While at the school of law, she worked as the editor-in-chief of a law review. Well-armed with academic credentials and great passion, she began to practice, with her first landing at the US court of appeal as a law clerk. Driven by passion and the experience she had gained from the court of appeal, Helane moved to the supreme court of juice in 1985. She had this burning inner desire to fight corruption.

 

Morrison’s energy and pursuit towards legal juice impressed the government and subsequently she was offered a post with the US exchange and securities in San Francisco, California. At last, she was given a post that matched her might, strength and passion. She had to put her best foot forward. During her helm, illegal sale of illegitimate securities to military workforce was unmasked and there was provision of defense to many defrauded aged people in the society among others.

 

Helane Morrison’s main objective towards joining Hall Capital Partners was to create a desirable leadership structure in the financial sector. It created a better environment because investors still had no confidence in financial experts. The fact that there was a small number of women in the financial field leadership and in other high ranks also played a part. This prompted her to join the firm to change the mind-sets of investors. Morrison believes that in her current position as a managing director and the general counsel of Halls Capital Partners, she is in a better position of actualizing her dreams.

 

Having been to various fields such as journalism and justice, Helane Morrison has been constant and vocal in fighting social vices such as corruption. She is a believer of morality and outstanding human values, and this explains her success. Her unfathomable passion for justice and fairness is something to be emulated by all.