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Julia Jackson’s Excellence from Successful Wines to Executive Women Leadership

Julia Jackson works for Jackson Family Wines. The firm was founded in 1982 by her father, Jess Jackson. It is the company behind the famous luxury wine brand, Kendall-Jackson. Jackson Family Wines runs numerous wineries around the world. The company operates in North America, Australia, Chile, France, Italy and South Africa. Besides the Kendall-Jackson brand, the company offers other premium wines such as Anakota, Château Vignot, La Jota and Capensis among numerous other successful brands.

Julia Jackson has had a keen interest in the wine business since she was small. She used to work alongside her father in the grape fields and winery. This inculcated respect for hard work and discipline at an early age. She attended Scripps College based in California for a degree in studio art. She also attended Stanford Graduate School of Business for a course in general management.

Julia Jackson is creative; she is involved in the design of labels for wine bottles from the Cambria Estate Winery, a subsidiary of Jackson Family Wines. Through Cambria Estate Winery, she is also involved in the Seeds of Empowerment Program. This is a non-profit that celebrates women leadership in the community.

Cambria Winery is owned and run by women. They have achieved business success and hold corporate leadership positions. This is the guiding principle behind the non-profit. The leadership at Cambria celebrates their success and inspires others to strive for the same. It supports charities that encourage women leadership. The organization also supports communities living around the Santa Maria Valley.

Seeds of Empowerment runs a recurring annual grant of $100,000. It supports a local and an international charity that celebrates women who have succeeded in difficult situations. Julia Jackson also creates original watercolor paintings of the grant winners. These are printed on limited editions of bottles of wine from the Cambria Winery.

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Doe Deere’s Lime

 Doe Deere was born in Russia. Growing up Doe always felt different from everyone else. At the age of 13, back in Russia, she had a business. She sold temporary tattoos. She really enjoyed doing this. Doe would sell the temporary tattoos to her classmates. She even made it popular and wore it on her skin to show how cool they looked. She came to the United States at the age of 17. She first lived in New York City from 1998 until 2012. She first lived in Manhattan and then she moved to Brooklyn. In New York, she went to FIT and majored in Fashion Design. She was in a band. She met her husband while in the band. They both were the songwriters and promoters of the band. Through this experience they both learned how to work together. During her time as a musician she learned about marketing. Doe always had a business like mind.

Later on in Doe’s life she had learned that she was like everyone else and that she had a place in the universe like everyone else. Doe was attracted to bright and unique colors. At the time it was hard for her to find the type of colors that she found intriguing. This is when she decided to start making makeup with bright colors that were appealing to her. To her surprise girls seemed to be drawn to these bright and bold colors. This is the reason Doe Deere was able to be successful. There was a demand for something different in the makeup world and she found the formula to fill the need. That is how Lime Crime was created and born. Doe felt free to be herself. The colors for her represented a way that people could express themselves.

Doe came up with Unicorn Lipsticks in 2004. The Unicorn lipsticks were as unique and eye drawing as a unicorn. They were the first colorful lipsticks at the time. All of her products are cruelty-free and vegan. Her Unicorns are what inspire her to create such beautiful and vivid colors for makeup. In the beauty community Doe Deere is highly regarded. Doe refused to give up on her dream and as a result has inspired other female entrepreneurs. She encourages them to follow their daydream. At the 2014 PHAMExpo Doe said, “Being you is the best business you can possibly get in”.

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A recent interview with Doe Deere, founder of Lime Crime, reveals a few tips on how to make your dreams come true. She has an understanding of using various colors that some women might not ordinarily use on the face or on the fingers to make themselves feel beautiful. During the interview, she gives a bit about of background about her childhood and her ambitions. Deere was born in Russia before moving to New York at the age of 17.

Doe Deere started a small cosmetics business when she was 13 selling temporary tattoos. She wants other young girls to know that it only takes a small idea that can develop into something much larger. Her husband is now her business partner. They understand that communication is needed for any business if it’s to succeed.

According to Deere, women who have an idea should follow their dreams. Each person has something special that can be done in the world. When you follow that skill, you can see yourself develop, turning it into a passion. Deere wants women to know that they should be in touch with their inner person and to know that each person is not alone. They all make up the universe. At one time, Deere felt like she was alone, which was how she came up with the idea of Lime Crime.

Lime Crime is a company that is made of bright colors. From blue glitter for the eyes to green lipstick, there is a little bit of everything for those who want to showcase their unique personality. Many girls and women enjoy the brighter colors because they can use them as a way of expression. Deere hopes that women use the makeup from her company as a way to express their freedom. When makeup goes with fashion, they can complete a woman’s look, giving her the confidence she needs to step out into the world.

San Francisco Attorney And Corporate Director Helane Morrison Is Pushing For Equality In The Financial Workplace

Segregation is a word everyone learns early in life. Humans like to segregate themselves from other races, businesses, schools and just about all other social activities. Racial segregation has been the main topic for the last fifty years. Blacks want to be included as equals, and they should be. But the fact that women have been victims of segregation in the workplace for the last sixty years hasn’t got the attention that the racial issue has gotten. But Helane Morrison is on a mission to change that. Morrison, the Managing Director, Chief Compliance Officer, and General Counsel for Hall Capital Partners in San Francisco believes it’s time put women in executive roles in Corporate America. Morrison thinks there are not enough women CEOs, COOs, CFOs and CCOs in business. Morrison thinks the days of segregating women in the workplace are over.

Morrison is well-equipped to fight this battle with Corporate America. Her reputation and credentials speak for themselves. Morrison has a degree in Journalism from Northwestern University and a Law degree from the University of California at Berkeley. She has worked in the judicial system as a law clerk and as an assistant to Supreme Court Justice, Harry A. Blackmun. She learned about equal rights while working for the liberal judge, and she applied what she learned when the Securities and Exchange Commission offer her a job. Morrison worked for the SEC for 11 years. She became the first women Regional Director in that agency’s history.

When Sarah Stein and Kathryn Hall offer her the Managing Director’s job at Hall Capital Partners, she jumped at the chance to work for an all-women investment firm. Stein is the president, and Kathryn is the co-COO of Hall Capital. Morrison is currently the General Counsel and Chief Compliance Officer as well as the Managing Director of Hall Capital, but she still maintains her partnership in the San Francisco law firm, Howard, Rice, Nemerovski, Canady, Falk & Rabkin.

Helane talks about the equal ratio of men to women interested in business. But when it comes to entering financial services after graduating there is a lack of female leadership. That lack is not because women don’t want to get involved in the financial sector of businesses. Morrison thinks men in upper management positions keep women segregated intentionally. The segregation is so extreme in some companies that men hold separate meetings for women. Helane Morrison intends to eliminate segregation from the corporate world, and she has a lot of support for that mission.