Rob Schoeben was the Vice President of Applications Marketing for Apple Inc. from 2003 to 2009. He and his team were in charge of Apple's applications iLife, iWork, Aperture, Final Cut Studio, and Logic Studio and Internet service, .Mac (later relaunched as MobileMe). He has made several public appearances, including NAB 2007 when he introduced Final Cut Studio 2. He reported to Sina Tamaddon and Steve Jobs for most of his time at the company. In 2009, he left the company to pursue other interests.
After Apple, he cofounded CASSY, a San Francisco Bay Area nonprofit that partners with local schools to support students' social and emotional well-being through crisis intervention, ongoing counseling, and proactive mental health education.
BS, Computer Science
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