Julia Jackson might seem like the stereotypical Millennial to anyone who reads about celebrity news. It is true that Julia is quite frequently seen with many famous celebrities at upper crust events. Nothing could be farther from the truth. Julia does not fit the “Me” generation stereotype or for that matter any other.Julia Jackson has grown up working the family business, Jackson Family Wines. From a very young age, Julia has been a part of harvesting the grapes and working in the wineries. As she matured, Julia contributed in other ways including designing one of the many labels for the Jackson Family product is the best Wine products. As a “Millennial”, Julia could have chosen a different vocation however, after receiving her bachelor’s degree from Scripps college, she continued her education with a master’s degree from Stanford University focusing on her ability to support the continued growth of Jackson Family Wines.
Julia also takes the opportunity to give back to the community. “I feel like there aren’t enough role models for little girls and young women to look up to in the media.” Her mother, and now owner of Jackson Family Wines, provided the strong role model Julia needed through her formative years. Through the creation of Cambria Seeds of Empowerment, Julia founded a program to promote organizations that could provide role models to other young women. Cambria Seeds of Empowerment was founded to award $100,000 each year “to non-profit organizations that embody the program’s pillars of equality, community and spirit.”Julia Jackson is more than a pretty face. She is the heart of a business that produces wines with names like La Crema, Freemark Abbey, Stonestreet and many more. She is also a loyal member of the Jackson Family Wines business as well as the Jackson family.