Bubbler Executive of the Week

Last updated on July 2nd, 2019 at 09:56 am

Jacqueline Zach, president of The Oilerie in Brookfield

Name: Jacqueline “Jackie” Zach
Title: President   
Company: The Oilerie Brookfield
Company address: 17135H W. Bluemound Road, Brookfield
Company web site: www.oilerie.com/brookfield.php
Industry: Retail
Education: B.A. from University of Wisconsin-Madison; Masters in Project Management from Keller Graduate School
Family:  Parents, Donald and Susan and my sister Wendy and her husband Doug and her sons Zach, Jake and Ryan
Hobbies and Interests: “Reading, playing Sheepshead, golfing, traveling, watching movies and just hanging out with friends and family.”
Favorite book and/or movie: “My favorite movie is the BBC miniseries version of “Pride and Prejudice.” My favorite book, so far, is “Eat Pray Love” by Elizabeth Gilbert.”
Favorite Musician: Toby Keith
Favorite place to visit/vacation: “Hands down, Italy, particularly Tuscany, but I’m not fussy.”
Favorite local restaurant: “Tenuta’s in Bay View”
Words to live by: “‘No matter how dark things seem to be or actually are, raise your sights and see possibilities. Always see them, for they are always there.’ Norman Vincent Peale.”
What is your core philosophy for doing business? “Treat people right, expect nothing in return and good things will find their way to you.”
Who is your role model and why? “My father, Donald Zach; he has taught me so many things, chief among them, from a business standpoint; is to always remember that the customer is king.  Treat them right and you will have a customer for life.  From a personal point of view he has shown unflagging support for me throughout my life but especially as I endeavored to take on a business of my own.  It is that kind of support that has really given me the confidence to move forward.  I hope to be able to pay it forward to someone else as they go after their own dreams.”
What was the funniest thing that has ever happened to you? “My life is a comedy show so there are many but most recently it has to be realizing that I had punched in the wrong code into the security system, then failed to clear it and ended up setting the alarm off. As the alarm blared I chuckled to myself thinking ‘at least I know the security system works!  I wonder what’s going to happen to me when the police arrive.  Jailhouse orange is definitely not my color.'”

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