March 02, 2022

Improving Diversity in M&A

Virtual event
Content now available on-demand
Part of the M&A SPEAK series, presented by Mergers & Acquisitions

Datasite proudly sponsored the 7th annual Most Influential Women in Mid-Market M&A virtual event, hosted by the editors of Mergers & Acquisitions. The full-day conference highlighted a powerful group of executives that shared their views on the market and professional growth advice to help provide inspiration to the next generation.  

Panelists:
  • Heather Faust, Managing Partner & Co-Founder, Argand Partners
  • Deb LaMere, Chief Human Resources Officer, Datasite
  • Ivelisse Simon, Managing Partner, Avante Capital Partners
  • Kate Faust, Partner, Business Development, Rockwood Equity Partners (moderator)

Read the session summary report and watch the recording here.

Additional sessions and articles are available via the Mergers & Acquisitions home page here.

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Note the above link will take you to an article page on middlemarket.com.

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