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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.
The relationship is said to have started as a friendship when Adrian joined the board of College Track, an education charity founded by Laurene, in February 2012.
They first met at a conference in 2011 where they discussed school reforms.
In 2012, he joined the board of non-profit college prep organization College Track, a program co-founded by Jobs.
Powell Jobs’ reduced stake in Disney was reported earlier by the L. Because she now owns less than 5% of Disney’s outstanding shares, Powell Jobs is no longer required to disclose transactions involving Disney shares under SEC rules.
Powell Jobs’ primary endeavor is running Emerson Collective, a philanthropy-focused venture focusing on education and immigration reform and environmental issues that has recently made investments in the entertainment biz.
“It was an inviolate rule; we would always eat dinner together,” she says, “and Steve would always be home.”As we cross the highway and enter East Palo Alto, the trees disappear, and the houses become markedly smaller.
East Palo Alto is one of those American places that have experienced the downside of cities’ being sorted by race and class: a prolonged disinvestment; its sole public high school closed in 1976 and demolished two decades ago.