Webinar: Private Equity Breakfast Speaker Series with The Artemis Fund

Virtual Series Co-Sponsored by Cadence Bank, Lockton Companies, and Weaver


Leslie Goldman, general partner and co-founder of The Artemis Fund, gave an overview of the female-focused venture fund and discussed the importance of investor diversity, supporting female founders, and opportunities to invest with them.

The Private Equity Breakfast Speaker Series is a premier middle market virtual series where senior members of leading private equity firms are invited to present their perspectives on the private equity arena. This event is geared towards senior-level equity investors, investment bankers, lenders, attorneys and other financial services professionals.

About The Artemis Fund
The Artemis Fund is the first female-founded, female-focused venture fund in Houston, Texas. The Artemis Fund II will be investing $50M in 15-20 female-led US-based companies that democratize access to wealth through fintech, e-commerce, and care-tech. The Artemis Fund is led by Stephanie Campbell (Managing Director of The Houston Angel Network), Leslie Goldman (25 years' experience in corporate law), and Diana Murakhovskaya (Co-founder of Monarq Incubator). Their superior advantage is their ability to source the best female founders in the US and partner with them to grow. Learn more

About GulfStar Group
GulfStar is a leading middle market investment bank headquartered in Houston. GulfStar specializes in providing merger and acquisition advisory services, institutional private placements of equity and debt, and general corporate finance advisory services to companies with revenues or enterprise values generally ranging from $25 million to $350 million. Since its formation in 1990, GulfStar has completed approximately 750 transactions in 36 states and 16 foreign countries across a variety of industries.