Julia Jackson is the youngest daughter of Jess Jackson, the Founder of Jackson Family Wines. Those close to her describe her as an enthusiastic and strong-minded person. Julia harbors a unique personality that amazes those who meet her for the first time. Undeniably, Julia is exceptional and has broken many a glass ceilings. Her interest in the wine industry grew way back before she joined her father’s company. At a tender age, Julia was introduced to wine-making by her mother, Barbara Banke, and this marked her entry in the wine business. Armed with vast knowledge and experience, Julia has helped transform her father’s company into a giant in the wine sector.
She is the current spokesperson of Cambria Estate Winery and represents the next generation in the wine industry. Julia understands that the world is changing and the new generation is becoming more and more disloyal to particular wines. For this reason, she has been in the forefront ensuring her company employs brainy strategies to lure more customers. However, she is cautious and tries as much as possible to stick to what made her father a success.
Apart from wine, Julia loved French and spent most of her early life learning the language. She familiarized herself with the culture of the French people and even spent time learning the French style of wine-making. What’s more? Her fluency in French secured her a teaching position during her college years.
Julia strives to honor her father’s legacy and is always cautious to emulate his emotional intelligence. Additionally, Julia believes in women empowerment, and she always advocates for equality. In 2014, she founded Cambria Seeds of Empowerment to celebrate women who have overcome hardships and are encouraging others to do the same. The program awards $100,000 annually to non-profit organizations the embody women in the community.
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Ganoderma, a highly regarded mushroom in China and other Asian countries, can be used as an herbal remedy with beneficial effects on the immune system, the cardiovascular system and even the prostate gland. Without the mind of Chua though, ganoderma would still be a mystery to North America and the rest of the globe.
According to The Street, Bernardo Chua grew up in the Philippines but due to his Chinese heritage, ganoderma was a familiar remedy to him of which he decided to successfully develop into coffees and teas. He was a previous employee of Gano Excel located in the Phillippines and soon moved to California to manage the USA branch.
After realizing that the rest of the world was missing out on the beneficial effects of ganoderma, Bernardo Chua created his own company called Organo Gold with only three employees but soon found himself rising to the top, growing into a multi-million dollar company and is the current chief executive officer. Organo Gold is now the 55th largest direct selling company in the world. He is the most successful businessman in the Pacific Rim.
Bernardo Chua has created a healthier alternative for coffee and tea drinkers while simultaneously improving their lives all over the globe. He educates people around the world about the benefits of ganoderma. Chua has rightfully received multiple awards to celebrate his hard work and determination.
The company itself was recognized by the National Shoppers Choice as the top direct selling company in the food supplements section and has since been honored five different times with the “Direct Sales Company of the Year” award.
His most notable award though came from the Dangal ng Bayan Award for Business and Industry from the Joint 22nd Annual People’s Choice and National Consumers Quality Awards in 2014.
Bernie’s- as he likes to be called– most appealing and biggest accomplishment though is his sponsorship for OG Care Foundations which strives to enrich the lives of the youth and “create positive change in their lives.”