Martha Metz is the founder of Metz Investments LP which launched in 2019 to invest in early stage companies with a focus on hospitality and women-owned ventures. Martha is on the Midwest board of UNICEF and has traveled to the Middle East and Africa reporting back to potential donors on the needs in these regions. She is also on the Board of Regents of Georgetown University where Martha chairs the Access and Affordability committee.

Martha was in Brand Management at Kraft General Foods and more recently a focus group moderator in categories ranging from consumer-packaged goods to politics. She earned an MBA from Northwestern’s Kellogg School of Management and a BS from Georgetown University.

Martha is native of Chicago though she has recently relocated to Washington, DC and Aspen Colorado. She is the proud mother of four children, Sam, Harry, Emma and Sarah.