Where is Erin Siena Jobs today? Wiki Bio
Erin Siena Jobs was born in California USA, on 19 August 1995 – her zodiac sign is Leo and she holds American nationality. Erin is interested in architecture and design, while she is perhaps best known for being a daughter of Steve Jobs, the late American, investor, and industrial designer, co-founder of Apple, among other things.
Childhood and education
Erin was raised alongside her older brother Reed and her younger sister Eve in California by Steve and their mother Laurene Powell, who is a businesswoman perhaps best known for being the founder of Emerson Collective and for serving as the president of the Board of College Track.
Steve spent most of his time working, and the children were mostly raised by their mother and their nanny. They also have a half-daughter from their father’s affair with Chrisann Brennan, and although Steve didn’t want to admit that Lisa Brennan-Jobs was his daughter, the DNA test later showed that he was indeed her father. Steve died on 5 October 2011, and his wife inherited his wealth.
Erin attended a private high school at which she was one of the best students, excelling in architecture and design which are the skills she inherited from her father, and upon matriculation in 2013, she enrolled at Stanford University and graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in 2017.
It is believed that Erin is still working on her education, and is planning to work in her family’s company.
Love life and relationships
Erin is keeping her personal matters away from the media’s attention, which is something that her father taught her. She hasn’t talked about any boys she might have dated, although it’s believed that she has been seeing her college sweetheart for years now. Several people have stated having seen Erin with the same boy on multiple occasions, and that the two were attending Stanford University together, so have apparently been together for over five years now.
It is widely believed that Erin won’t be allowed to marry just anyone, and that the man will have to be from a respectable family while they will also have to be wealthy. Erin hasn’t commented on the matter, but she doesn’t seem to be interested in other people’s wealth as her family is ranked among the 50 richest families in the world.
Hobbies and other interests
Erin likes to read and two of her favorite writers are Nicholas Sparks and Agatha Christie, while two of her favorite books are “Message In A Bottle” and “Murder On The Orient Express”. She likes to watch movies in her spare time, and some of her favorite actors and actresses are Jim Carrey, Tom Hanks and Anne Hathaway, while some of her favorite movies are “Bruce Almighty”, “The Terminal”, and “Les Miserables” among others.
She is a lover of animals and has two pet dogs, while she volunteered at an animal shelter on several occasions during her teenage years. Erin is interested in music and knows how to play the piano, while her favorite genre is blues and her favorite performers are Frank and Nancy Sinatra.
Erin’s main hobby is travelling, and she has been to several US states, while the family has also vacationed in Europe on multiple occasions.
Appearance and net worth
Erin is 24 years old. She has long blonde hair and brown eyes, is 5ft 6ins (1.68m) tall, weighs around 128lbs (58kgs), and her vital statistics are 34-26-35. As of May 2020, her net worth is estimated at over $1 million while her late father’s net worth was estimated at over $10.2 billion at the time of his death.
Who was Steve Jobs, Erin’s father? Wiki Bio
Steven Paul Jobs was born in San Francisco, California USA, on 24 February 1955 – his zodiac sign was Pisces and he held American nationality.
Steve was born to Abdulfattah Jandali and Joanne Schieble – when Joanne became pregnant, she moved to San Francisco without letting Abdulfattah know that she was pregnant, and after Steve was born, he was eventually taken in by Paul and Clara Jobs, who didn’t have college education – Joanne signed the papers for adoption only after Paul and Clara promised to pay for Steve’s college education. Steven grew up to love his parents, and would become upset if anyone referred to them as his ‘adoptive parents’ as he considered them as his one and only parents. His biological sister Patricia was also adopted by Paul and Clara in 1957.
Thanks to his father, Steve learned how to work with wood and use the hammer, and he became interested in electronics and in becoming an engineer, thanks to Paul as well.
He attended Monta Loma Elementary School which was ‘very boring’ and ‘too traditional’ for him, however, after reaching fourth grade, his teacher Imogene ‘Teddy’ Hill helped motivate him to learn by bribing him, such as the time she offered him $5 if he would finish his workbook. He skipped a year, and found himself attending Crittenden Middle where he was bullied, but his parents decided to move him to another school and they bought a house in the Cupertino School District in California. At the age of 13, Steve started working for Bill Hewlett after he called to ask for spare parts for his electronics project.
When he was 15 he became interested in literature, reading Ernest Hemingway and William Shakespeare, and around the same time, he met his first girlfriend Chrisann Brennan. He began using LSD in 1972, and started attending Reed College but dropped out after one semester as he didn’t want to waste his parents’ money on ‘education that seemed meaningless’.
He began working for Atari, Inc. in 1974, while his first step towards creating Apple came in 1975 when he started attending the meetings of the Homebrew Computer Club. Steve’s friend Steve Wozniak created the basic concept of the computer Apple I in 1976, and just months later, the Apple Computer Company was founded by Jobs, Wozniak, and Ronald Wayne.
Since that day to the day he died, Steve was dedicated to his work, and his computers and he made the Apple, Inc. company one of the richest in the entire world.
It was in October 2003 that Steve was diagnosed with cancer – it’s believed that Steve’s health wasn’t helped by his decision to use alternative medicine, rather than to listen to his doctors’ advice. He had a type of cancer that was not hard to cure but as he refused to go to surgery for nine months, the cancer progressed, killing him eight years later on 5 October 2011. According to his family who were by his side at the time of his death, Steve’s last words were ‘Oh wow. Oh wow. Oh wow.’ Some of his most famous works are now reflected in iTunes, iPod, and iPhone.