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Laurene Powell Jobs emerges as a more visible force for social good

Max Schorr

Laurene Powell Jobs, Steve Job's widow, is taking on education, conservation, immigration and more. She says, 'it is what you do and how you do it that matters.' She recently commissioned a 30 min Davis Guggenheim film on Immigration "The Dream is Now," which aims to influence legislation. Eager to see what she does, and how she does it.
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