First interview the widow Laurene Powell, the widow of Steve Jobs speaks
First interview the widow Laurene Powell after the death of Steve Jobs: talking about immigration reform, but also the former iCEO as husband and father.
A little over a year and a half after the death of Steve Jobs, the widow Laurene Powell has released its first public interview, aired on the television program NBC Rock Center led by Brian Williams. The 49-year old entrepreneur, married to the co-founder of Apple since 1991, has decided to take the cameras issuer American with the aim of promoting immigration reform.
Powell contributed to the making of “The Dream is Now”, a documentary focusing on this very delicate issue, in partnership with producer and film director Davis Guggenheim (in the past to work with the band U2). The film will be broadcast tomorrow in the USA by MSNBC. It is precisely on this topic that focuses Powell during the interview, pointing out the reason for his commitment to the cause.
I started to engage in a more active to promote immigration reform because nowadays there is such a waste of life and potential. It’s a shame for our country not to have all the human capital that we have been able to develop to improve society.
In face to face with the journalist but there is also room to talk about Steve Jobs in the private sphere, that at 18 months after the death is thus remembered by his wife (the extract is streaming below).