ABOUT JENNIFER DE LA CRUZ

Jennifer De La Cruz is editor and content manager at the Computer History Museum. Jenny joined the Museum in September of 2011 and is responsible for writing, editing, and project managing online and printed materials that support the Museum's communications, interpretation, and overall marketing strategy. She has worked at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art and the San Jose Museum of Art. Jenny holds bachelor's degrees in art history and English from the University of California, Santa Barbara and a master’s degree in art history from San José State University.

JENNIFER DE LA CRUZ ARTICLES (4 )

2015 Computer History Museum Fellow Awards

2015 Computer History Museum Fellow Awards

 3 weeks ago
Defying the Odds The Fellow Awards are a long-standing tradition at the Computer History Museum, dating back to 1987 when the Museum inducted its very first Fellow, computer scientist and US Navy rear admiral Grace Hopper. The...   Read More
Interacting with Oral Histories: A New Year, a New Way

Interacting with Oral Histories: A New Year, a New Way

 2 years ago
The number one question I get asked about oral histories is: “When will the video be available online?” Not, will the video be available online, but when. With instant video sharing made possible by websites like...   Read More
The Valley That Rudolph and Sletten Built

The Valley That Rudolph and Sletten Built

 2 years ago
The garage has long played host to the creative genius of aspiring technology entrepreneurs here in the good ole Valley de Silicon. Take, for example, Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak, who built the first Apple computers...   Read More
Collecting Oral Histories: It Takes a Village (or a Museum)

Collecting Oral Histories: It Takes a Village (or a Museum)

 3 years ago
Oral histories have the capability of breathing life into inanimate objects. They can bridge gaps by providing introductions to otherwise unknown people, remote places, or obscure things. Most importantly, oral histories have the ability to merge...   Read More