Joel and Natalie Gottesman own and operate Liquid Capital of Arizona which provides innovative financing solutions for start-ups, established and middle-market businesses.
Joel received a BS Business from Miami University, Oxford, Ohio and a Juris Doctor degree from the University of Minnesota, School of Law. He has been a practicing attorney and banker with successful executive leadership roles and board of director experience. Joel was the Chief Administrative Officer and General Counsel for a $4 billion banking enterprise and the General Counsel for a $45 billion asset NYSE listed company. He has also served on the boards of directors of several public and privately held companies and on the board of the Boys and Girls Clubs of Minneapolis & St. Paul. Liquid Capital of Arizona has been a member of the Better Business Bureau since 2011, with an A+ rating, and is a member of the Arizona Small Business Association. Joel brings the benefits of his background and experience in law, finance and management to help his clients further the success of their businesses.
Natalie received a BS in education from Miami University and an MA from the Cleveland State University in Speech/language Pathology & Audiology. In addition, she has a Certificate of Clinical Competence in Speech/Language Pathology and held a MN Real Estate License. Natalie worked as a Speech Pathologist in a variety of hospitals before transitioning careers. She has more than 10 years’ experience in sales, having worked in retail and as a realtor. Always an active member of the community no matter where she lived, Natalie has been on the board of WAMSO (Women’s Association of the Minnesota Orchestra), was a member of the National Ski Patrol, volunteered with an environmental camp for Minneapolis Boys and Girls Club, was a Guardian ad Litem in Minnesota and was on the Arizona Foster Care Review Board.
Natalie and Joel take pride in being able to help small and middle-market businesses grow and succeed. Dedicated and caring, they firmly believe that no one will worker harder to get businesses the resources they need to flourish.