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Amorim Cork America Hosts Virtual Roundtable Sharing Success Stories of Women in Wine

Posted on December 03, 2020

Napa, Calif. (Dec. 4, 2020)—Next week on Dec. 9, Amorim Cork America will host “Encourage. Inspire. Change. Success Stories of Women in Wine,” a virtual roundtable discussion bringing together a group of trailblazing women in the wine industry to share their journeys – the opportunities, the challenges, and the lessons learned.

The online session forms part of Amorim’s greater ENCOUR(A)GE initiative to increase diversity and equality in the workplace, and ultimately inspiring others to be agents of change in the wine industry and to forge paths for women and other individuals who have often been marginalized.

The one-hour discussion and Q&A will kick off at 3:00 p.m. on Wednesday, Dec. 9. The panel, moderated by Amorim Cork America’s creative director P.J. Awe, will feature women executives from some of the leading wine businesses in the U.S.A., including Johnson Brothers Liquor, Crimson Wine Group, and The Wine Group. 


  • Victoria Snyder, EVP of Operations and Chief Strategy Officer, Johnson Brothers Liquor Co.
  • Jennifer Locke, CEO, Crimson Wine Group
  • Leilani Johnson, Head of Talent Management & Development, The Wine Group
  • P.J. Awe, Creative Director, Amorim Cork America (moderator)

Members of the press and trade are invited to register here for this complimentary session; a confirmation email to all registrants with details to access the online session will follow.

For further information, please contact Katie Canfield of O’Donnell Lane at 530-720-1138 or Register for the event: 

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