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
Anyone who knows me, knows that lately, I've been scheming and dreaming more than usual. I've been mapping out business plans, researching licenses, and market testing. I've been asking folks with similar business plans how they succeeded (and how they failed). I've been gathering an army of collaborators to help me achieve my mission.