Laurene Powell Jobs
Laurene Powell Jobs was bornon 6 November 1963 in West Milford, New Jersey, United States, United States, is President, Emerson Collective. Laurene Powell Jobs is #61 in List Billionaires People In The World. Laurene Powell Jobs is the widow of Apple cofounder StEve Jobs. She founded and chairs the Emerson Collective, an organization that uses entrepreneurship to advance social reform and to assist needy students. She also cofounded College Track, a nonprofit program that helps disadvantaged students prepare for and graduate from college. In July 2017, she bought a majority stake in The Atlantic magazine and website for an undisclosed price. Powell Jobs has made a $100 million commitment to "XQ: The Super School Project," a nationwide competition to redevelop high school curriculum.
My relationship with money is that it's a tool to be self-sufficient, but it's not something that is a part of who I am.
On July 28, 2017, Powell Jobs organization Emerson Collective (based in Palo Alto, California) acquired majority ownership of The Atlantic
As of 2016, Powell Jobs and her family are ranked 44th in the Forbes' annual list of world's billionaires
In September 2015, Powell Jobs launched a $50 million project to create high schools with new approaches to education
In 2014, she was ranked as the 29th most powerful woman in the world by Forbes
In 1997, Powell Jobs and Carlos Watson co-founded College Track, a nonprofit organization in East Palo Alto to improve high school graduation, college enrollment, and college graduation rates for "underserved" students
Their son, Reed, was born September 1991, followed by daughters Erin in 1995 and Eve in 1998
in Economics from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania in 1985
Laurene Powell Jobs (born November 6, 1963) is an American businesswoman, executive and the founder of Emerson Collective, which advocates for policies concerning education and immigration reform, social justice and environmental conservation