Kristin  Brandli Printon
Kristin R. Brandli Printon
Financial Advisor
Areas of Focus
  • Attorneys
  • Asset Protection
  • Debt Management
  • Retirement
  • Education Funding

Phone: 612.617.6024
Minneapolis, MN »
North Star Professional Center
2701 University Avenue SE
Minneapolis, MN 55414
St. Paul, MN »
101 East 5th Street, Suite 201
St. Paul, MN 55101

Mobile: 605.877.5112
Fax: 612.256.3024


While they maintain their affiliation with North Star Resource Group, Wealth Advisors Kristin Printon and Joseph Burgess are proud to do business as Moxie Wealth Management. New name. Same people. Visit their website to find out more!


Resource team

Aside from the knowledge and experience you will receive from your advisor, North Star provides a team of experts within their specialties dedicated to helping your advisor choose well-suited products or services for you.

Brakke_Chase_2015_circle.pngChase Brakke

Vice President, Disability Insurance and Property and Casualty Operations
612.617.6008 | chase.brakke@northstarfinancial.com




Chris Sitek

Vice President, Life Insurance and Long-Term Care
612.617.6109 | chris.sitek@northstarfinancial.com



Landt_Jeff_circle.pngJeff Landt

Vice President and Director of Investments
612.617.6116 | jeff.landt@northstarfinancial.com



Hancock_Carrie_2019-circle.pngCarrie Hancock

Vice President, Financial Planning Resource Center
612.617.6137 | carrie.hancock@northstarfinancial.com



North Star Professional Center
2701 University Avenue SE
Minneapolis, MN 55414

St. Paul

101 East 5th Street, Suite 201
St. Paul, MN 55101

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