Affinity Consulting Group is a team of trusted advisors working together to find tailored solutions to unlock every client's potential. 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 feature another member of the Affinity Team. Get to know us!
Meet Amy Reardon. Amy contributes to the Affinity Team by serving as our new Client Development Coordinator. She is located in our Columbus, Ohio office. Amy came to Affinity when HMU, headed by Barron Henley and Paul Unger, joined forces with Affinity in 2008. Although Amy has long been a member of the Client Services Team, she has recently jumped into our newly created role of Client Development Coordinator. When asked why she loves what she does, Amy said, “I love to help people and exceeding the needs of our clients makes me happy.”
Outside the office, Amy is a tireless champion for children with Dyslexia, providing advocacy, resources, and mentoring as a Child Advocate. She also serves on the Advisory Board for The Village Network which provides outreach to young girls who have or are involved in human trafficking. While Amy’s community involvement is extensive, she is also raising two sons – Michael, a Sophomore in college, and Nick, a senior in high school.
We always ask our team for their favorite Affinity story to share and as with most of our Affinity Family stories, Amy’s is all about one of her closest colleagues, Barb Schucker. Be sure to ask Amy about Barb arriving at work about 6 years ago wearing one each of two different pairs of shoes. She’ll still be laughing about it!
Here is just a bit more about Amy:
Favorite Vacation Spot: Hilton Head Island, S.C. and The Greenbrier in West Virginia
Book or movie I recommend and why: My favorite movie is The Goonies. I just think it’s adorable.
Favorite Food: Nachos
Favorite Music: Classic Rock
Hobbies/Interests: Snow skiing, boating and kayaking
Three words that describe me: happy, caring, loving
If I won the lottery, I’d: Set up a scholarship fund for children with Dyslexia to attend Marburn Academy.