Steven A. Denning is known for being the General Atlantic LLC chairman. General Atlantic is a private equity investment firm, which mainly prioritizes investment in developing businesses from around the world. He has been working for General Atlantic since 1980. He acts as a board director for numerous educational and cultural associations. These include Thomson Reuters Corporation (on the business services sector), IHS Inc (on the technology/ business software and services sector) and Genpact Ltd (on the management services sector). Steven A. Denning, who graduated from Stanford Business School and earned an MBA degree, is now 60 years old and currently lives in Greenwich, Connecticut.

In 2005, General Atlantic LLC appointed William E. Ford as its president and Steven Denning as the chairman.

General Atlantic’s Steven Denning’s political contributions to the Obama campaign in 2007 and the Democratic Convention in 2004.

Tracked.com provides a brief bio on Steven Denning, with a list of his recent trades and details on his IHS ownerships.

BusinessWeek lists the many past and current corporate affiliations and Board of Directors memberships of Steven A. Denning.

Genpact has a list of its Board of directors, including Charles Alexander, James C. Madden, Robert G. Scott and Steven A. Denning.

Steven Denning is a recipient of the Excellence in Leadership Award, given by the Stanford Business School.

Steven Denning is one of the members of the Board of Directors of the Nature Conservancy organization.

General Atlantic’s Steven Denning is among the Advisory Board of Governors of the Partnership for Public Service, a nonprofit organization that is dedicated to reviving the federal government.

In 2008, Steven Denning talked about globalization at the IMPACT Speaker Series, which was conducted by the Georgia Tech College of Management and held at the LeCraw Auditorium.

In 2006, Steven Denning, along with other executive committee members at Stanford University, gave approval to a university-wide and comprehensive campaign.

Steven Denning said he hoped that the acquisition of TASC with Kohlberg Kravis Roberts and Company would be “a long-term partnership.”

Steven Denning is a campaign supporter for the Connecticut Science Center who donated between $500,000 and $999,999 to the organization.