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.In February 2012, Fenty joined the board of College Track, a non-profit college prep program for underserved students co-founded by Powell Jobs.“Adrian Fenty is one of our country’s great advocates for education reform,” she said in a statement when he joined the board.
If people thought the Halloween blowouts at the Jobs home would stop when Steve passed away, they were wrong.
He served one term, from 2007 to 2011, losing his bid for reelection at the primary level to Democrat Vincent C. Though Fenty won the Republican mayoral primary as a write-in candidate, he declined the Republican nomination and said he would likely not seek elected office again. native, Fenty is a graduate of Oberlin College and Howard University Law School. The backlog of Child Protective Services (CPS) investigations was reduced by improving the retention of social workers, building an experienced leadership team, and increasing the recruitment of social workers to fill vacancies.
Gray went on to win the general election for Mayor in the largely Democratic District. Additionally, the Fenty administration improved the delivery of emergency medical services and expanded health care coverage for the uninsured.
“His sense of urgency and record of accomplishment is unparalleled.” The College Track board position led to his job as a special adviser at Andreessen Horowitz.
He met co-founder Marc Andreessen at a College Track event; Andreessen’s wife is a close personal friend of Powell Jobs.Sources tell us the relationship began as a friendship and blossomed into a “budding romance” around the time Fenty and his wife, Michelle, formally announced their separation in January.