Gretchen Andsager

Gretchen Andsager

Gretchen Andsager is a master storyteller and content creator who has been a Content Strategist at Digital Third Coast since 2022. She specializes in Digital PR and content strategy, bringing Emmy-quality storytelling to each of her client campaigns.

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Background

Gretchen started out in local television as a news producer, spending 7 years in news stations across the midwest producing primetime newscasts. Honing not only her writing skills and time management as a journalist, she also developed a keen sense for news as well as how best to tell a story to a variety of audiences. This strong dedication to her craft serves her well at DTC, where she creates journalist-minded campaigns designed to not just make headlines, but also rank organically.

Besides receiving an Emmy nomination for a newscast she produced, Gretchen has also made waves at DTC, boasting impressive client success stories like 270+ Campaign Placements Elevate Healthcare Provider’s Online Presence and Consumer-Focused Study Earns 150+ Placements for B2B Advertising Company.

Expertise:
Digital PR
Content Strategy
Copywriting

Education:
Pepperdine University 2015

How I Spend My Free Time

I am part of an ultimate frisbee group that plays year-round (Chicago winters have nothing on us!). I also sing and would love to someday write songs like Taylor Swift. Most importantly, I am a self-proclaimed cat lady. A good day = tea, my cat, and a book.

As a Content Strategist, I get to turn all my creative ideas into reality to help drum up recognition for our clients. In a way, it’s like creating news, which is nice since I came from the TV news world!

Fun Facts About Me

The best class I ever took was surfing. It was for my PE credit at Pepperdine University, and I loved every moment of it. In 2017 I decided to run a half marathon and said I’d never do it again. A few years later I ran another one (lesson learned: never say never). I also recently attempted ice climbing because why not?

My brother and I are no longer allowed to quote Pirates of the Caribbean when it’s playing because we know too many of the lines.

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