Steve Ballmer‘s full name is Steven Anthony Ballmer is an American billionaire businessman and investor who served as the CEO of Microsoft from 2000 to 2014 and also the owner of the Los Angeles Clippers of the National Basketball Association (NBA).
As of February 2023, Bloomberg Billionaires Index estimates Steve’s net worth is $90 billion, and he is the eighth-richest person in the world. In 2022, he and his wife Connie donated some $425 million to the University of Oregon to create an institute aimed at the behavioral and mental health needs of children in the state.
How many kids does Steve Ballmer have?
Steve Ballmer is the father of three kids. Steve Ballmer married Connie Snyder in 1990. Connie Snyder was the President and Chairman of the Board at Gymnastics Olympica, USA which is a not-for-profit training program for young competitive athletes that includes US Diving, US Gymnastics, Trampoline, Cheerleaders, and Professional Stunt Men and Women.
They both have contributed to and helped each in their own careers and are also regarded as a power couple. Steve Ballmer and Connie Snyder share 3 sons together. The birthdates of all the kids are unknown.
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Here is everything to know about Steve Ballmer’s kids
Steve Ballmer and Connie Snyder share 3 sons and all of them attended Lakeside School where Connie is the board chair and sits sat on the board of Trustees since 2004 the youngest son Aaron graduated and Peter graduated in 2014 and enrolled at Stanford University, and Sam graduated in 2010.
Fredric Alan Maxwell, who wrote the unauthorized 2002 biography Bad Boy Ballmer: The Man Who Rules Microsoft said “Loyalty is Ballmer’s number one strength. If Ballmer were your friend, he’d be the best friend that you ever had. His loyalty is one of the reasons he still drives Ford cars – his father worked there.”
“Ballmer simply doesn’t like to lose. At all,” said Maxwell. “He’s a competition addict. Or, as one of his Harvard classmates told me, when his competition switch was turned on, it then broke,” he added.
Lyndsay Williams, a former engineer at Microsoft’s Cambridge Research Centre who has met Ballmer several times also described their first meeting with him, “He shook my hand and it felt like he had crushed every bone,” she said. “I found it a bit overpowering – after all, it’s not a power struggle.”
There is not much about Steve Ballmer’s kids and he and his family likes to keep their private life out of the spotlight.