Eva Moskowitz is the founder of Success Academy Charter School formerly known as Harlem Success Academy. Eva was born in 1964 in the New York City, United States of America. She grew up around the Columbia University environs. She went to high school in Stuyvesant. In high school, she had learned that most of the tutors were incompetent and this is where her idea of establishing a charter school was birthed.
She authored the book mission possible back in 2012 with Arvin Lavinia. She has also written “in therapy we trust,” and the scholarly story of Betty Freidan back in 1996. She holds a bachelor degree and a doctorate from the University of Pennsylvania and Johns Hopkins University respectively. Eva Moskowitz supports the Democratic Party in the United States political arena.
Before Eva Moskowitz established the Success Academy, she had been working on the city council as a member from 1999 to 2005 where she chaired the education committee. She has also taught women history in various universities in the United States. Eva Moskowitz has also been involved in a series of duties besides her profession. Eva served as the acting director for the children’s literacy program ReadNet. She also enlightened students at preparatory school in civics where she held the role of the acting director for public affairs.
Eva Moskowitz was frustrated by the fact that education for the highest performing students was not effective compared to that of other nations. She reveals that children go to schools which are zoned which she deems them as a bad option for the kids. She says that she doesn’t fully agree with the fact that Americans have fully seized global competition in all areas.
Known for their excellence in wine and vineyards, Jackson Family Wines have been making a name for themselves for quite some time. The family-owned and operated company has wineries across the world from Italy to Australia. Members of the family work across the globe including Julia Jackson. A native of San Francisco, Julia Jackson has always had an interest in wine. She has worked with the family’s sales team for years , helping to sharing their wines to enthusiasts across the globe.
Julia Jackson is the daughter of Jess Jackson, founder of the Jackson Family Wines.
Taking a unique approach in the industry, Julia currently serves as the spokesperson for Cambria Estates. Jackson is quite qualified for her current position as she holds a very impressive education resume. She graduated from Scripps College, and also studied at Stanford Summer Institute of General Management. Julia believes her dad is largely responsible for her passion for wine. She often recalls picking and sorting grapes in 100 degree weather. Her dad made taught her the importance of hard work and made her what it takes to be successful. She never forgot these values. This is quite evident from her current work. Today Julia has a nonprofit organization called Seeds of Empowerment. Seeds of Empowerment celebrates inspirational women leaders in the community and worldwide. The groups looks to empower through education. Jackson is committed to supporting the local community.
Julia Jackson truly has an eye for the best in wine. Her company recently started the company’s front runner Sonoma County wine. Julia however understands Chardonnay and Pinot Noir are not the best wine for the place. That title belongs to Cabernet. The company’s mission to is to make Sonoma a more popular place for wine enthusiast. In Somona wine called Acaibo from Trinite Estate Winery is currently growing in popularity also.
Julia Jackson has taken her father’s business to the next level. She continues to have passion and an excellent work ethic, traits she learned from father. She continues to work to take his business to the higher ground. Read more on Los Angeles Confidential.
Before her current positions as Managing Director, General Counsel and Chief Compliance Officer of Hall Capital Partners with Hall Capital in San Francisco, Helane Morrison served as head of the city’s office of the Securities and Exchange Commission. From 1999 to 2007, Ms. Morrison took on the extensive responsibilities of securities law enforcement, fraud litigation and regulatory issues in the Northern California region as well as five other Northwestern states. As head of enforcement for San Francisco’s SEC office from 1996 to 1999, she served as a proud representative of the SEC to a number of government agencies and news media.
After graduating Northwestern University in Chicago with a B.S. degree in journalism, Helane Morrison went on to earn her J.D. from the acclaimed University of California at Berkeley, School of Law. It was at this time that she gained the opportunity to work as editor-in-chief of the California Law Review, only furthering her passion for law and justice. Soon after, Ms. Morrison would pass the bar and find employment as a clerk for Hon. Richard Posen of the US Court of Appeals for the Seventh District and then Supreme Court Justice Harry Blackmun.
Ms. Morrison joined the esteemed law firm of Howard, Rice, Nemerovski, Canady, Falk & Rabkin in 1986. In 1991, she made partner as she continued to focus efforts on business litigation and defense of private securities actions and matters dealing with the Securities and Exchange Commission. Upon realization that market investors were still not regaining assurance among the financial professionals within the industry almost a decade after the crash, Helane Morrison felt it was time to make a career change. Given the privilege of her current position, Ms. Morrison feels she is in the best possible place to accomplish her ultimate goal of restoring the public’s confidence in investments with fiscal markets.
Helane Morrison’s ability to flawlessly flow from a successful trailblazing career in justice to journalism and then progress to serving in government prior to business professionalism only conveys her capability of consistency to battle corporate greed. Always fighting for what’s right, Ms. Morrison upholds morally sound business ethics and maintains valuable principles throughout her efforts to expose corruption and economic fraud. Moving forward with contributions to the effort for fair and ethical business practices on a global level, Helane Morrison has made quite the name for herself over the past three decades as a courageous warrior in the battle for industrial justice.