Howdy and thanks for stopping by! My name is Elizabeth Krecker, and for more than 20 years, I’ve been a voyeur into different businesses where I have experienced firsthand the positive impact of leadership and values on organizations and the stories they tell.
Krecker & Company is my opportunity to enhance business brands and expand their reach. As we dive together into this next century, this website and blog gives me the opportunity to explore global issues and topics in communications with you.
Visit my blog and tell me your thoughts about both old and new ideas that are influencing storytelling today. View my portfolio to explore my diverse range of media designed for businesses and non-profits throughout the U.S. And, be sure to sign up for my newsletter to receive updates so that you don’t miss any new trends or information that will enhance your marketing and public relations efforts.
Outside of my work here, I’m an ardent explorer in the world of wine with a specialty in Arizona. Ok, I know what you are thinking, “Arizona and wine?” For a little wine fun and more about this unique region, visit my wine blog at Grape Exploration!
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June 8, 2022
Back in the mid 1800s, Europeans created the idea that we each share something important with people born around the same time as us. Today, we often hear and read about Baby Boomers, Gen Xers, Millennials and Gen Zers. But how do we define the generations of our ancestors? Or my parents, born in the mid 1930s and teenagers during World War II? Or our children and grandchildren? And what about the micro-generations we hear about from time-to-time, like Generation Jones and Xennials?
March 16, 2020
Wine and coronavirus: Two unlikely words to place in the same headline. Nonetheless, after it first bubbled quietly in Wuhan, China in December 2019, coronavirus catapulted around the world. Just three months later, elementary schools, major businesses, tasting rooms, and entire nations have shut down.
July 31, 2017
Producers of world-famous Kendall-Jackson Chardonnay, the Jackson family has been growing grapes since 1974. Their hands and feet touch global warming daily in a deeply personal way. The family is now changing its farming practices to adapt winemaking to a hotter, drier world.
Elizabeth is a great asset to any organization. She is able to work effectively with multiple stakeholders, while maintaining utmost professionalism in all encounters. She has a strong work ethic and is willing to take on challenges even outside of her direct responsibility.
- Jonathan Aquino, CPHQ
Corporate Chief Quality & Vice Compliance Officer at AHMC HealthCare
Elizabeth is a professional with an excellent sense of the various aspects of marketing including market research, branding, social networking, or developing advertising media. I would hire her again.
- Brent Cope
CEO at Silver Lake Medical Center
Elizabeth is an extremely intelligent individual and has the amazing ability to juggle multiple projects at the same time and also give due justice to each project. I worked with her on a number of projects that included developing service area profiles for John C. Lincoln's physician networks and new business plan development. She is a quick thinker and it was professionally stimulating to brainstorm with her on various occasions. I appreciated the easy going way in which she conducted her day to day business.
- Reeby Kirane
Medical Economics Analyst at Fidelis Care