Tony, a wealth advisor in the Private Wealth Management group, joined
William Blair in 2013. Supported by the firm’s equity research and
wealth planning services, he, together with Loui Marver and Tom Marx,
shares responsibility for research, financial planning, strategic asset
allocation, and client service. Tony works with a number of William Blair’s
ancillary services, including the firm’s open-architecture platform,
which provides additional support and diversified investment opportunities
Tony graduated from Stanford University with a degree in economics.
While attending Stanford, he played four years for the Cardinal baseball team,
including two trips to the College World Series. He was drafted by the
Kansas City Royals with whom he made his Major League debut in 2001
on opening day in Yankee Stadium against the defending World Series
Champion Yankees. Tony’s professional playing career spanned 10 years,
during which he played in the majors, the minors, and internationally in
Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic.
Before joining William Blair, Tony worked several years for a Chicago-based
healthcare strategy company. There he worked with hospital leadership to
conduct comprehensive reviews and develop hospital and healthcare system
growth strategies. Tony’s educational background in economics combined
with his work and life experience serve him well in supporting and servicing
the team’s clients.
Tony lives in Chicago with his wife, Laine, and their son and daughter.
Tony is an active board member of the Scleroderma Foundation of Greater
Chicago. Tony also works with fellow MLB alumni as a coach at local youth