Leah Sevcik

Client Service & Marketing Associate


  • Davenport University (Grand Rapids, Mich.)

    Health Services Administration

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Leah Sevcik is a Client Service & Marketing Associate with Resonant Capital Advisors. She has 4 years of investor relations experience in real estate development. Leah assists with direct client service and coordinates marketing efforts across several platforms. She brings a background of principled service to clients in several areas.

Prior to joining Resonant, Leah worked at Wangard Partners as the Investor Relations Manager. Prior to Wangard, Leah spent over three years as Investor Relations Coordinator at Continental Properties in Milwaukee.

Leah holds a degree in Health Services Administration from Davenport University in Grand Rapids, Mich. where she was a member of the women’s basketball team, appearing in two National Championship games. A native of Kewaunee and former resident of Milwaukee, Leah is delighted to now live in Fitchburg with her cat, Mr. Brown.

If you have an open schedule on a weekend to do anything, what do you enjoy doing?

Recently a new resident of Madison, I enjoy trying out new restaurants, breweries and various outdoor activities around the Madison area. When I’m feeling dangerous, I opt for a Saturday afternoon visit to Costco. I also drive to Grand Rapids on a regular basis visiting my best friends to accommodate weddings, showers and alumni events.

What profession did you want to have when you were young?

First a veterinarian; then a professional basketball player; finally, a chiropractor. Despite those dreams, I have found I am much better with detail-oriented work and feel very lucky to be part of the Resonant team!

What song would you sing at karaoke night?

Free Bird by Lynyrd Skynrd. The best (or worst) 9 minutes and 7 seconds for those who must witness. When I can take over a jukebox, I always choose this song.

What is the first job you ever held?

I grew up on a farm and began doing chores at a young age such as milking cows, picking stones and feeding the animals until I left for college. In college, my first job was a statistician for the volleyball, softball and baseball teams at my University.

What is the best advice you’ve ever received? Did you follow it?

Attitude determines altitude. I took the idea to heart at a young age and still reflect upon each situation I go through that requires me to face adversity.

How do you prefer to start your day?

I feel my best when I make it to the gym for an early weight workout before arriving at the office.