Who is Erin Siena?
Erin was born in California, USA on 19 August 1995 – her zodiac sign is Leo, and she holds American nationality. She’s a businesswoman, who’s probably known best for being a daughter of the late American entrepreneur, investor and business magnate Steve Jobs.
Early life and education
Erin was raised in California alongside her siblings Reed and Eve, by their father and their mother Laurene Powell Jobs, an American businesswoman who’s perhaps known best for being the founder of Emerson Collective, and a co-founder and president of Board of College Track.
Erin and her siblings were allowed limited access to social media networks and video games while growing up, and Erin instead played various sports while attending a local high school, including soccer and volleyball, and was also into acting with the school’s drama club. She was urged by her father to focus on her education, so that she could attend college upon matriculating.
Erin completed her high school education in 2013 and then enrolled at Stanford University, from which she graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in 2017.
Erin hasn’t shared many details with the public concerning her career, but it’s said that she has become a businesswoman, looking up to her mother; it’s also believed that she spent some time working at her late father’s company Apple, but this hasn’t been confirmed.
Love life and boyfriend
Erin prefers to keep the details of her love life to herself, and hasn’t mentioned any girls or boys whom she has perhaps been with; this is mostly why there are rumors circulating the internet, concerning her current relationship status, as well as her sexual orientation.
Some of Erin’s fans believe her to be lesbian, claiming this to be the reason behind her not speaking of the men whom she’s dated. A couple of netizens (citizens of the internet) have even claimed to have seen Erin kissing her girlfriend at a party in Los Angeles, California, however, no evidence has been provided to support these claims, nor has Erin commented on this.
There are also those who believe that she’s today in a relationship with a non-celebrity American man, and that she simply prefers to keep him away from the media’s attention; this hasn’t been confirmed either.
As of April 2022, Erin seems to be single, hasn’t married and doesn’t have children.
Hobbies and other interests
Erin’s physically highly active, and has four to five training sessions at the gym every week, thus her slim figure. She’s also said to be following a strict diet, and avoids eating sweets and fast food.
Summer’s her favorite season, as she enjoys sun tanning at the beach, going yachting and swimming in the ocean.
Erin’s a huge lover of animals, and volunteered at a local animal shelter during her teenage years; she has two pet dogs today.
She’s interested in fashion, and enjoys reading the magazines “Elle” and “Vogue” in her spare time.
Erin likes to watch Hollywood movies – her favorite actor and actress are Eddie Redmayne and Amanda Seyfried, while a couple of her favorite films include “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them”, “Dear John” and “Letters to Juliette”.
Age, height and net worth
Erin’s age is 26. She has long brown hair and brown eyes, her height is 5ft 6ins (1.65m) and she weighs around 120lbs (55kgs).
As of April 2022, her net worth has been estimated at more than $150,000, while her father Steve’s net worth, at the time of his death, was estimated at over $10 billion.
Who was her father Steve Jobs?
Steven Paul ‘Steve’ Jobs was born in San Francisco, California USA, on 24 February 1955 – his zodiac sign was Pisces, and he held American nationality. He’s remembered best for having co-founded and served as the CEO of American multinational technology company Apple Inc.
Steve was born to German-American mother Joanne Carole Schieble and Muslim Syrian father Abdulfattah Jandali, but was adopted not long after he was born, by Paul Reinhold Jobs and Clara (nee Hagopian), who also adopted Steve’s sister Patricia in 1957.
Paul was a Coast Guard mechanic, and Steve learned a lot about mechanics from him, spending most of his time at Paul’s workbench in his garage, but he became interested in electronics when he was around eight years old. He studied at Monta Loma Elementary School, and went on to skip 5th grade and enroll at Crittenden Middle School, but where he was bullied, and told his parents that he would drop out unless they enrolled him somewhere else. He then went to Homestead High School, and upon matriculating in 1972, moved to Portland, Oregon where he attended Reed College, but dropped out after only half a year, and spent the following two years sleeping at his friends’ houses, prior to returning home.
He was hired by Atari, Inc. as a technician, a job which required him to move to Los Angeles, California. It was Steve’s friend Steve Wozniak, an American electronics engineer and computer programmer, who had completed the design for the computer Apple I; Wozniak showed it to Steve, who then suggested that they sell it. The two then founded the Apple Computer Company, and created 200 Apple I computers, which were sold for around $500 per piece.
They then went on to make the Apple II computer, which was the first successful microcomputer in the world; in 1978; Steve had a net worth of over $1 million, and it rose to $250 million in the following two years. He introduced the Macintosh computer on 24 January 1984, but because it was unsuccessful and the Apple board wanted him to leave the project, Steve resigned on 17 September 1985.
He then founded the American technology company NeXT, Inc., and in 1986 funded The Graphics Group, eventually renamed to Pixar; he was credited as the executive producer of the critically acclaimed 1995 animated comedy movie “Toy Story”.
His company NeXT was bought by Apple for $427 million in 1996, and Steve thus returned to working at Apple; they went on to release Mac OS X, and in 2000, Steve became the company’s CEO.
Steve resigned on 24 August 2011 and died on 5 October 2011, from complications caused by a pancreatic neuroendocrine tumor.
He preferred to keep his philanthropic activities away from the media’s attention, but it’s known that he had donated $50 million to Stanford hospital, and that he’d also donated money to various hospitals which were conducting research trying to find a cure for AIDS.