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Mark F. Dzialga

Mark F. Dzialga ’90
Managing Director, General Atlantic, Connecticut

Mark F. Dzialga is a managing director at General Atlantic, a leading private equity firm. Mr. Dzialga is chairman of the firm’s investment committee and a member of its executive committee. General Atlantic is a global growth equity firm providing capital and strategic support for growth companies. The firm was founded in 1980 and currently manages $17 billion in capital.

Mr. Dzialga has been a director of numerous public and private companies, including Emdeon Business Services, Exult, Daksh, Talus, MultiPlan, UPromise, Schaller Anderson, Network Solutions, and Webloyalty. He is currently a director of Citco and Genpact.

Prior to joining General Atlantic in 1998, Mr. Dzialga was the co-head of the high technology merger group at Goldman Sachs, where he advised many of the firm’s technology clients on mergers, acquisitions, and restructurings.

Mr. Dzialga holds a BS from Canisius College and an MBA from Columbia Business School.

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