I personally find it refreshing to encounter a winery story that doesn't begin with "wealthy exec retires to Napa to live the wine country dream". That's all fine and good--but that narrative ignores the stories of so many other hardworking people.
I whipped up this little reading list of journalistic work for anyone interested in digging deeper into the #metoo and #timesup movement within the world of wine, food, and hospitality. Take a gander, and please let me know what I've missed--I'd love to know what you're reading, too! >> #86This: A Conversation about Harassment, Gender, … Continue reading Reading list: #Timesup behind the bar
The project kicked off at full-tilt. I've never worked so hard, or with so much conviction. Yet this spring, I took a step back and began to pace myself.
Hearty thanks to all who have supported Woman-Owned Wineries thus far. I'm humbled that this project has seemed meaningful to so many people. To ensure its growth and success, I'm raising money here. Woman-Owned Wineries elevates female wine entrepreneurs through storytelling, advocacy, and commerce. No matter your walk of life, this project benefits you. (Yes, that includes men and beer drinkers, … Continue reading The Value of Work
When I was in high school, I was involved in theater. I wasn't the star of the show--I wasn't in the spotlight at all. Instead, I worked as stage manager, making sure everything was in place so my wildly talented friends would shine. This earned me the ironic nickname "Famous Amos" (um, yeah, like the … Continue reading Startup: The Backstage Pass