Stuart Peterson is Founder, President and General Partner at venture capital firm, Artis Ventures.
In 2001 Stuart Peterson founded Artis Ventures, a San Francisco based Venture Capital firm. As a technology investor, Stuart led the development of private venture technology and life science investing. He now holds the title of President and General Partner of Artis Ventures.
Stuart has invested over $465 million in private companies such as Youtube, Netflix and StemCentx. In 2017, due to his achievements and investments with Artis Ventures, he was recognised as a Forbes Midas List honouree, New York Times/CB Insights Top 100 Honouree and TechCrunch VC of the Year Finalist.
Stuart currently serves on the Board of Directors at IDbyDNA, TAE LifeSciences, Transparent Health Marketplace and Locus BioSciences. Additionally, Stuart Peterson performs as a Board Advisor for tech company, Cohesity, the clinical support software company, Fabric Genomics and Excision BioTherapeutics, a firm using gene editing science to create treatments for deadly diseases such as HIV. Philanthropically, he was a Trustee for the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, where he was actively engaged in the Human Needs Project.
Prior to his career, Stuart Peterson achieved a BA in Economics for the University of California and an MBA in Analytic Finance from the University of Chicago’s Graduate School of Business.