TJ Marini

Director of Business Development Principal


  • University of Phoenix

    Bachelor of Science

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TJ Marini is the Director of Business Development at Resonant Capital Advisors. He has over 20 years of private banking, wealth advisory, development, and board service experience. TJ has deep experience working with business-owning families seeking to compound, preserve and transition their wealth and will help lead Resonant’s expansion in Wisconsin.

A Wisconsin native, TJ graduated from the University of Phoenix in finance and business management. He and his wife Lori live in Grafton with their three daughters. He enjoys supporting his children in their many endeavors, coaching basketball, playing golf and traveling to warm weather as much as possible in the winter.

If you have a completely open schedule on a weekend, what do you most enjoy doing?

Begging my girls to spoil a good walk with me on the golf course.

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

I wanted to work in cheese of all things, I loved the whole concept.

What is your favorite movie of all-time?


What song would you sing at Karaoke night?

I am certain, I have only sung one song in my karaoke career: John Mellencamp’s Authority Song. The great news is that was a one time-only occurrence.

What three items would you take on a deserted island?

Cell phone with never ending battery, commercial kitchen to cook, lifetime of fresh food ingredients.

What’s your secret talent that no one knows about?

I can shoot 65 anytime I play a round of golf, sometimes it just requires a few more holes to finish the round.

What advice would you give your younger self?

Focus on one thing at a time, you can have it all but not all at once.

What is the first job you ever held?

Shearing Christmas Trees – most Christmas trees grow in much more of a rectangle and a young fella like myself takes a huge machete and cuts them into a cone shape every July, usually in about 95-degree heat.