Affinity Consulting loves to help improve the lives of our clients. We thought you might enjoy getting to know about the lives of some of our team members who help make that happen. Each month we will feature another member of the Affinity Team. Get to know us!
Meet Chris Martz, Senior Legal Technology Consultant. Chris joined Affinity in July, 2011. He came to Affinity from a large law firm in Roanoke after Affinity became the outsourced training and network management provider. He currently works in the Roanoke office. Chris has been married to his wife Angie for 22 years and has two children who are now 15 and 20. His daughter attends high school and loves the marching band while his son is entering his Junior year at Virginia Tech. Go Hokies!
Chris enjoys working at Affinity because he loves the challenge of dealing with a variety of people, in a variety of settings and being able to connect to each one to help them through a broad range of technologies and issues.
Here’s a few more tidbits about Chris:
Life Outside the Affinity: Very involved with our church where I run sound most Sunday mornings, lead a small group and play on the church volleyball team.
Favorite Vacation Spot: My parents own a condo at Smith Mountain Lake which is 45 minutes away. So it is cheap, close and feels like a whole different world.
Book or movie I recommend and why: The Shawshank Redemption is my favorite movie because of the great story, based on a Stephen King short story, and the great acting along with Morgan Freeman’s voice! The book I would recommend is The 5 Love Languages by Gary Chapman. Few books have given me as much insight into myself and others.
Favorite Food: My perfect meal is Steak and Baked Potato.
Favorite Music: Favorite artist is Prince, followed by Casting Crowns.
Hobbies/Interests: Enjoy tinkering with electronics and gadgets, running sound for local bands, and hanging out with my wife.
Three words that describe me: Friendly, Intelligent, witty.
If I won the lottery, I’d: not quit my job and not buy a new house, but I would make sure any debt in my family was paid off and invest the rest.