It’s a short drive from the well-known Palo Alto to the less well-known one—a trip Laurene Powell Jobs has been making for more than 20 years.
“It won’t take long,” she tells me as she pulls her Tesla away from her education-reform organization, Emerson Collective.
Looks like the romance is still going strong for former D. mayor Adrian Fenty and Laurene Powell Jobs, the billionaire widow of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs.
The pair, who have been dating since 2013, were snapped by paparazzi vacationing on a “luxury yacht” off the Cayman Islands.
In February 2012, Fenty joined the board of College Track, a non-profit college prep program for underserved students co-founded by Powell Jobs.
“Adrian Fenty is one of our country’s great advocates for education reform,” she said in a statement when he joined the board.
Previous attempts to reform the schools, including one in 1996 where a D. financial control board took charge of the schools, had failed.With a jet-setting lifestyle like that, we can only imagine the former Hizzonor, now a consultant to various education-tech companies, doesn’t miss the grind of city council meetings.‘Wild’ author Cheryl Strayed will attend the State of the Union Sen.Self-reliance is a big theme for her, given how she grew up, in rural New Jersey; given how far she’s come.“I’ve always had this idea that you have to make the most of things,” she says. student, Powell Jobs met her late husband, the innovation icon Steve. Languorous Southern magnolias, sky-aiming tulip trees, as well as the redwoods that Palo Alto is named for (It turns out Powell Jobs knows a lot about trees.