Brett A. Hartvigson is the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Phoenix Private Wealth Management.

Mr. Hartvigson has over 20 years of industry experience and is a second-generation wealth counselor and investment consultant and has spent 100% of those two decades collaborating with and being trained to collaborate with high-net worth clients to determine appropriate investment policy, tactical asset allocation strategy, and practical application of financial planning principals.

Mr. Hartvigson spent his formative years “on the inside” of the financial industry being mentored by his father, working in his Seattle-based insurance agency.  Brett graduated with a Bachelor’s of Arts degree in Business Finance from Pacific Lutheran University in 1992, and then began his advisory career.  From 1992-2004 he was a Financial Consultant for Thrivent Financial, a Fortune 500® company, where he received numerous industry awards and recognitions and corporate achievements as he built successful financial-service practices in the Seattle and San Diego areas.

Mr. Hartvigson was an in-demand speaker across the country during his time at Thrivent Financial, known for conducting cutting-edge workshops that addressed emotional and complex planning issues and delivered manageable solutions via dynamic group presentations for associates and their clients nationwide.

In 2005 he founded Phoenix Private Wealth Management, a firm designed to provide a world-class total wealth management experience to a limited number of private and elite clients.  The firm currently manages over $50,000,000 of assets for approximately 80 high-net worth families across the country.

Brett is an avid reader and traveler who is passionate about fitness, mentoring youth, art, and ESPN.  He is actively involved in supporting the San Diego State University Honors Program and serves on the board of Students Taking Action Against Recklessness (STAAR), a San Diego-based youth program, and the Travel Angels Network, a Southern California foundation that provides dream vacations for terminally ill children.