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|Date of Birth||November 6, 1963|
|Source of Wealth||Apple, Disney|
|Residence||Palo Alto, CA|
Besides the opted business, Laurene Powell Jobs co-founded Terravera, a natural foods company that sold to retailers throughout Northern California.
Laurene Powell Jobs acted on various dimensions in terms of business in addition to serving on the board of directors of Achieva, which created online tools for betterment of students and increase the effectiveness of standardized testing.
Before business school, Laurene Powell Jobs worked for Merrill Lynch Asset Management and spent three years at Goldman Sachs as a fixed-income trading strategist.
She is believed to be the richest woman in the technology industry.
Laurene Powell Jobs is known for driving Audi A5 which has a starting range of $41,200.
Laurene Powell Jobs purchased a property spread across 13,000 square feet in Malibu for $44 Million.
The plush properties of the billionaire lady, Laurene Powell Jobs include four real estate properties; the most fancied being the Palo Alto house where she lived with her husband and their children, worth $8 Million.
Laurene Powell Jobs owns the 260-foot, a $138 Million yacht that she inherited from her husband. She is known as the widow of Steve Jobs and the mother of three children.
Laurene Powell Jobs acquired two private jets – a 2013 Gulfstream G650, valued at $58,8 Million, and a 1999 Gulfstream G-V, currently estimated at $9.95 Million.
Laurene Powell Jobs holds a good percentage about an eight per cent share of The Walt Disney Company, which is worth $12.7 Billion.
Barack Obama honored Laurene Powell Jobs when he selected her to the White House Council for Community Solutions.
She is the member of the advisory board of Udacity, a company from Stanford which provides affordable higher education.
Laurene Powell Jobs’s brilliance and power have also made serve the advisory board of directors of College Track, Stanford University, and the New Schools Venture Fund.
In September 2015, Laurene Powell Jobs launched a $50 Million project to create new high schools.
Laurene Powell Jobs is the founder and chairperson of Emerson Collective that advances social reforms and works to help under-resourced scholars.