She attended the University of New Mexico on a full scholarship as a tennis player, where she earned a degree in Political Science. Career After working in the marketing and promotions department of the Maloof family's liquor and wine business, her role grew to encompass the interests of all Maloof Companies and she has continued to control much of the Maloof Companies' marketing operations for more than twenty years.
She is also involved in setting customer service standards for all Maloof Companies, including brother George Jr.'s Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas, and she has produced many of Maloof Productions' projects, including the 2005 horror film Feast.
A member of the Maloof family, she is the third child and only daughter of billionaire entrepreneur George J.
People had been telling Jones this his entire life, but this time he listened.So Jones went to Vegas, CD sample in hand, to meet the Maloofs at a suite in The Palazzo hotel.He returned home to Orange County, where his friend Zack encouraged him to reconsider the opportunity he’d passed up.Jones moved with his mother (his parents are divorced) from Los Angeles to Orange County when he was in the third grade. It was a culture shock at first, leaving buttoned-down Orange County for Inglewood, plus Jones was struggling in school and “always asking too many questions.” His mom dressed him in white polo shirts and blue dockers in a Blood neighborhood.When Inglewood didn’t work out, Jones moved to Shreveport, La., where he learned “charm, manners and Southern hospitality.” After about two years, he returned to California where he attended three different high schools before finally graduating from Aliso Niguel.