Christy Pretzinger

President and CEO

Christy has grown WG Content from a modest freelance writing business into a nationally recognized healthcare content consultancy. Today, she’s proud of the work we do for clients all over the country. But her greatest accomplishment is the company’s culture, which rests on our four core values — empowered, curious, kind and fun.

Under Christy’s strategic and visionary leadership, WG Content is a place where employees are appreciated, respected and recognized for their contributions. A company where people grow professionally while building a meaningful life outside of work. In short, an organization where everyone knows they matter.

Christy is a popular podcast speaker and is co-author of the upcoming book “Your Cultural Balance Sheet: Keys to Creating an Environment Where People Can Thrive.” She’s also a long-time member of Entrepreneurs’ Organization (EO), a global nonprofit comprising business leaders from 65 countries.

A strong believer in life-work balance, Christy makes time for fun. She enjoys traveling to faraway places, working on her golf game and staying fit by working out and hiking. A lifelong learner, she also dabbles in new hobbies such as calligraphy, drawing and attempting to learn new languages. Christy and her partner, Pete, have three adult children between them. They frequently wonder what possessed them to own four dogs, who are always underfoot.

Book Christy as your next speaker or podcast guest

Want to energize your team to achieve new levels of personal and professional growth? Need a podcast guest who can share what it’s like to start and lead a growing organization founded on kindness? Christy Pretzinger will inspire your audience with real-world learnings and connect with your listeners through her warm, conversational presentation style.

Check out Christy’s recent podcast appearances

21st Centurty Entrepreneaurship Podcast with Martin Piskoric
The ConsistencyWins Podcast
Talent Empowerment with Tom Finn
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