Clarke Capital Partners | Vice President
Provo | AGE 36
Tyler Hartmann is world class. After one year at BYU, he left to serve an LDS mission to Russia. When he returned home, he joined the United States Military Academy at West Point. After graduation, he was commissioned as an infantry officer, completed U.S. Army Airborne and Ranger training, was stationed in Italy (173rd Airborne Brigade) and Washington D.C. (4th U.S. Infantry Regiment, “The Old Guard”), and completed one 9-month deployment to Afghanistan. After five years of dedicated service, Hartmann transitioned to a career in business and attended Harvard Business School, after which he was a strategy consultant for EY-Parthenon in Boston for three and a half years. Lucky for Utah, he landed in Provo at Clarke Capital Partners.
PROUDEST ACCOMPLISHMENT Bronze Star Medal for service in Afghanistan. LEADERSHIP STYLE Transparency, authenticity, team building, and lead by example. WOULDA-COULDA-SHOULDA Invest a lot of money into Tesla in 2012 when a fellow soldier recommended it (~300-400x return). WHEN THE GOING GETS TOUGH Always a process, usually iterative for more complex problems, but usually involves self-reflection, thought, prayer, feeling, family counsel, mentor counsel, and positive decisiveness to action. MAIN MOTIVATION Building strong teams and lasting relationships, continually challenging myself, learning more, and becoming a better person and leader. ULTIMATE CAREER DREAM To add significant value to society and to impact individuals with whom I interact positively.