By By Steve Jobs’ daughter, she is one of the youngest and most talented engineers in the world.
But Ms. Jobs’ first wife, Jodie, had a hard time getting through the early years.
“She was really into making things and creating things, and I didn’t really have a lot of that,” said Ms. Jodia, now 39.
That changed when she was in high school and working in the technology industry.
“It’s very hard to find an engineer that you can relate to because they’re so different,” Ms. Gennaro said.
Ms. Jillio is the youngest person in the tech industry to be named one of TIME’s 100 Most Influential People in Technology.
She is an engineer at Google, a social media company, and a senior vice president at Intel.
She said her family, which includes a daughter and three grandchildren, helped her navigate that transition.
“My family is really big on supporting my career,” Ms., Jillio said.
She got a job with Google, but was also looking for a way to take control of her own destiny.
“I was really struggling with what I wanted to do, but at the same time I wanted my daughter to be able to do the same thing,” she said.
“And the only way I could do that was to have my own career.”
The Jodias gave Ms. Gillio the chance to build a career in software, and she started a company called Todoist.
The company is now valued at more than $100 million, and Ms. Jeffries said her daughter is now a leading developer at Google.
Her daughter has since joined the ranks of tech pioneers, and has gone on to become the head of Todoism.
Ms Jillio has become one of Silicon Valley’s most successful engineers, having started her own software company, Gringo Robotics, in 2008.
She has been named one the most influential women in technology by Forbes and has been praised for her work.
She was named one by Time magazine as one of America’s 100 most influential people in tech.
She says she feels like she has done something for the world, and her daughter has taken on a bigger role in helping make it happen.
“If I had the choice, I would not have chosen a career,” she explained.
“But the more I think about it, I think I could’ve done a lot more to support my daughter and have her take a different path.”