Heather Madland

Heather is responsible for business development and investment sourcing activities, including outreach to deal professionals such as business brokers, investment banks, attorneys, accountants and consultants.

Heather has 15 years originating, structuring, and executing debt and equity transactions in the middle market. Prior to joining Huron, Heather was responsible for all West Coast new business development for SPP Capital Partners, a NY-based investment bank. Heather also served as Vice President and Team Leader of Middle Market Banking at Comerica Bank in San Francisco and has also held roles at CIT Sponsor Finance and Madison Capital Funding LLC where she focused on originating and structuring leverage finance products for private equity clients.

Heather received her B.A. degree from Cornell University.

Heather is currently a Cornell University Council Member and Geographic Team Leader for the Cornell Ambassador Program and recently served as Board Member and Past President of Cornell NorCal, the Cornell alumni association for Northern California. She also previously served on the Executive Committee for the San Francisco Chapter of the Association for Corporate Growth (ACG) as Head of Sponsorship and was a Co-Chair of the ACG 2013 M&A Conference.

Heather is a wine enthusiast and self-proclaimed “foodie”. After spending 7 years in California, she returned to her native Michigan with her husband, supplementing her road bike with cross country skis and her flip flops with après-ski boots. As a quadruplet, she learned very early in life that in order to be heard, she had to speak up (and loudly).

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