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Cristina Chiomenti lives a life that sounds like the perfect movie plot—New York City lawyer who moved to Tuscany to run her family’s century-old winery. But following in the footsteps of a family history brimming with so much success and history isn’t all glamorous.
With her roots planted in both Italy and New York City, Chiomenti began her career as a lawyer in New York City—at the very same firm founded by her grandfather.
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Caroline D’Amore is a woman in high demand. She’s a wife and mother. She’s an international DJ (playing with DIPLO, Steve Aoki and more) and actress (you’ve seen her in movies like Sorority Row). And, she’s head chef and co-owner of one of Los Angeles’ most famous pizza joints—D’Amores Pizza—which was founded by her family.
When you walk into a juice shop, you know exactly how much you’ll pay for a green smoothie. That’s true for almost everywhere you spend money—except your doctor’s office. You trust your doctor to run a test, and then you find out it wasn’t covered by insurance. You go in for what seems like a routine procedure, then get a bill (after insurance pays its share) for more than your monthly rent. Health care is a killer combo for anyone’s budget: unpredictable and expensive.