Julia Jackson is the daughter of Jess Jackson and Barbara Banke. Jess and Barbara worked for years to establish their business in the wine industry creating Jackson Family Wines.
Julia grew up with her sister Katie, and the two of them are following in their parents’ footsteps as they immerse themselves into the family business producing quality wines. Julia Jackson fondly remembers her father teaching her to pick and sort grapes. It’s only natural she would have a passion for the wine industry.
Julia has also done extensive traveling, both for pleasure and business. The family owns wineries in France, Italy, Australia, South Africa, Chile, and of course in the United States. Julia also has a passion for France and the French language stemming back from when she was a child and started up a friendship with a French speaking girl.
Julia obtained her bachelor’s degree from Scripps College. She also has a master’s degree from Stanford in business. Julia has a special interest in helping women. She founded Cambria Seeds of Empowerment, which is a program designed to help celebrate “Warrior Women.” These women include those who have proven themselves through overcoming many obstacles and taking the time to help others in their communities. The program has an annual award given to nonprofit organizations that meet the criteria of promoting equality, community, and spirit, totaling $100,000.
Sonoma is well known for its Chardonnay and Pinot Noir; Julia argues that it’s the best place for Cabernet. The family’s Vérité La Joie is a Cabernet-dominant Bordeaux blend that has consistently ranked high among Cabernets and happens to be notably less expensive.
Julia Jackson has had the opportunity of rubbing elbows with Hollywood’s elite. Her family’s wine is prominent and in demand. As part of a pre-Oscar dinner, Julia gave attendees a bottle of Sauvignon Blanc, created by Chris Carpenter, the family’s winery acclaimed winemaker.
Madison Capital, a universal savings bank, was the primary financial advisor that aided ARES Security Corporation to organize a subordinated and minority equity liability investment for its customer base. ARES is a found in Vienna in VA, and it is the biggest enterprise security risk-management company which avails its clients with a broad end-to-end security software solutions. A company known as Corbel Structured Equity Partners was the one that provided the Minority Recapitalization. The Madison Street Capital CEO, Charles Botchway, was the one that went ahead to make available. The Senior Managing Director of Madison Street Capital, Reginald McGaugh, was the one that led this transaction to its completion.
Reginald mentioned in a statement that it was a big honor for them to work with Ben Eazzetta, a shareholder, and the President of ARES Security to acquire the investment required. He noted as well that ARES is a company that has a suite of technology solutions that is high-end which serves to secure some of the sphere’s top most possessions. Reginald acknowledged that the corporation had within itself a great board and management team that drove them to recognize the best partner for financing. Ben Eazzetta said that he and his company are grateful to Madison Street Capital and the amount of tough labor they put in to achieve their goal back in 2016. He added that Madison Street Capital made a big impression during the investment which included valuation analysis, the capital raising process as well as their due initial due diligence.
ARES noted that by working hand in hand with Corbel in structuring the investment was a viable move to come up with a proper value for equity. The flexibility and partnership that was operationally-supportive coming from Corbel would help them to commence with its significant trades force and also benefit from some fresh income prospects in a profound bench of business connections belonging to Corbel.
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Glen Wakeman has more than twenty years of experience in the finance and business industries. After working his way up in the business, he decided to set out on his own and he founded LaunchPad Holdings LLC in 2015. He began his introduction to this field with a strong background in education. He attended the University Scranton in and got his bachelors of science degree in Economics and Finance. He then went on to attend the University of Chicago and got him MBA in Finance. After he graduated, Glen Wakeman started working at the GE Capital and this was how he was first introduced to the P&L and developmental business roles. After working at GE Capital, he moved over to the Doral Financial Corporation as their CEO and President (Doral Financial Corporation Names Glen Wakeman President). He also served as one of their Board Chairmans. Mr. Wakeman then founded the company Nova Four and was recognized as on of the Growth Leadership roles on the Board of Directors at GE Capital.
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