Julia Jackson, daughter of the late Jess Jackson and spokesperson for Jackson Family Wines, spent her childhood immersed in the daily goings of her family’s wine business. It’s no surprise that she developed an interest in the business early on or that she would become an integral part of Jackson Family Wines.
After receiving her Bachelors Degree at Scripps College, Jackson went on to attend Stanford Summer Institute of General Management. She now works with the international sales team, utilizing her expertise and enthusiasm for the wine business in the promotion and expansion of her family’s legacy. At a comparative wine tasting of Vérité, one of company’s most exceptional Sonoma County wines, Jackson suggested that, while Sonoma is known for Pinot Noir and Chardonnay, Jackson Family Wines believe that it is the best place for Cabernet. This unique perception proved to be quite valuable when Vérité was preferred over two of Napa’s more famous Cabernets.
Julia works with many of her family members, including her mother, Barbara Banke, who is now chairman and proprietor of Jackson Family Wines and who Jackson considers a role-model for herself. Watching her mother thrive in a male-dominated industry may have added to Jackson’s motivation to found Cambria Seeds of Empowerment in 2014. Seeds of Empowerment is a grantmaking program that honors women leaders and supports charitable organizations by awarding $100,000 to outstanding non-profit organizations annually. The goal is recognize and encourage not only exceptional women leaders but also those who have overcome adversity and seek to empower others.
Jackson brings both passion and acumen to her work within the wine industry and spreads inspiration through Seeds of Empowerment. She plans to remain in business with her family and carry on the legacy her father began.
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Hall Capital Partners is one of the largest and fastest growing investment firms in California. Women oversee the day-to-day operations and strategic growth plans of the company. Helane Morrison has remained loyal to the company since joining it in 2007. Hall Capital exercises a diverse leadership culture that has elicited envy even from other established companies in the financial sector. This reason must have attracted Morrison to the firm, which has become a market leader in the financial industry.
Morrison has been instrumental in the policing of the financial sector, which significantly compromised investors trust after the global recession of 2007/2008. Helane’s main aim at Hall Capital are to facilitate restoration of investors’ confidence in the financial institutions and markets. According to Morrison, her current position provides her the necessary resources and ability to achieve her goals.
Excellent track of record
Helane Morrison has held supervisory and managerial roles across different sectors such as journalism, government service, law, and investment. Her main agenda has been to expose corrupt individuals and eliminate deceptive corporate crimes. In every field and position that Morrison has held, she has fought against corruption.
Exposing corruption in the corporate sector
Morrison has been a strong supporter of global efforts of creating ethical and fair international business practices. She has unmatched experience of more than three decades in policing of the corporate world. For example, after the global recession of 2007/2008, Morrison decided to take a more proactive approach against a corrupt industry that had broken the trust of almost everyone.
About Helane Morrison
Helane Morrison is known by titles such as General Counsel, Managing Director, and Chief Compliance Officer of the esteemed Hall Capital Partners LLC. As a member of the Executive Committee, Morrison plays an integral role in the making of important decisions of the company. Before joining the firm in 2007, she was the head of San Francisco-based SEC’s office from 1999 to 2007. Morrison started as District Administrator, and she was then promoted to a Regional Director. Her duties included security enforcement, overseeing regulatory matters, and litigation issues.
Education and career in law
Morrison graduated with a degree in Journalism from the Northwestern University. The University of California awarded her a J.D. She also oversaw the editing of California Law Review. In the law discipline, Morrison specializes in business litigation, handling SEC matters, carrying out internal corporate investigations, and defending private securities actions. She also worked with several law firms before venturing into private practice.