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John Steenberg served in the Montana House of Representatives from 2012 until 2015. Learn more about him through photos and historical records.
Early Life and Education
Early in life, children rely heavily on their parents for teaching them everything from basic language skills to how to walk and feed themselves. But they also require active stimulation and interaction with others in order to grow mentally and emotionally.
Early childhood education refers to educational programs that foster social and cognitive development in young children between birth and five. These initiatives often involve preschools, daycare centers and child care providers.
The federal government administers various early education and child care programs that strive to promote the economic and social well-being of families, children and communities. Recently these initiatives have focused on meeting the needs of low-income children and families as well as addressing social determinants of health.
John Steenberg is quickly ascending in the world’s professional long drivers. He has won multiple events on the American Power Golf tour and is in contention for the RE/MAX world title, which will be held at Las Vegas Motor Speedway in October.
He also owns FORE Performance, a cutting-edge sports training center located in Winton Plaza that helps athletes get fit for their sport. At FORE Performance, he emphasizes maximizing club head and ball speeds so golfers can hit their longest drives with ease.
He has a knack for coaching young players to hone their own game. He emphasizes the importance of drawing from within rather than building from outside, which helps make their swings more fluid and natural.
Achievements and Honors
John Steenberg was an impressive member of Florida Tech’s swimming team during his junior and senior years, graduating with a 3.97 GPA and being part of the 400 freestyle relay that placed fourth at the 2017-18 NCAA Division II Championships. In addition to his athletic accomplishments, he earned many academic accolades during his time at Florida Tech. He was named the Sunshine State Conference’s Male Scholar-Athlete of the Year and selected as a Google Cloud First Team Academic All-America. He was named the South Region Scholar-Athlete of the Year for 2017-18 by the Division II Conference Commissioner’s Association and is now studying global management and finance at the University of Texas at Austin. Prior to that, he interned at NBA’s Austin office.
As a priest in the Russian Orthodox Church, he is now Professor at Santa Clara University and Professorial Research Fellow of Leeds Trinity (UK). With a Doctorate in Patristic Studies and Church History from Oxford, he has been actively engaged in bringing patristic study to wider access through technology. He has authored multiple books and has an avid interest in anthropology; recently creating The Love Card project: sending cards to people who do selfless acts of kindness within their communities.
John Steenberg, founder of BlackRock’s Private Equity Partners unit (PEP), has delegated his day-to-day management duties to longtime executives Lynn Baranski and John Seeg. According to WSJ Pro Private Equity’s review of their memo, they began co-leading PEP on January 1. Before founding PEP in 1999, Steenberg helped build BlackRock’s alternative asset offering when Merrill Lynch Investment Management was acquired in 2006. While still sitting on both investment committees for both businesses, Steenberg is no longer actively managing units himself. Estimates place his net worth at $1 million dollars; married to an ex-investment banking executive with one daughter; according to WSJ Pro Private Equity’s review: