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Lantern Partners helps Wondr Health find Chief Technology Officer.


Key points:

  • Lantern Partners assisted Wondr Health in the recruitment of Greg Tracy as Chief Technology Officer.
  • Greg Tracy brings extensive experience in technology and innovation to Wondr Health.

In a rapidly evolving technology landscape, Lantern Partners recently facilitated the appointment of Greg Tracy as Chief Technology Officer for Wondr Health in Dallas, TX. Tracy, a seasoned technology professional with over 25 years of experience in the digital health space, brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise to the role. Previously serving as co-founder and CTO of Propeller Health, Tracy’s innovative approach to technology and mergers and acquisitions make him an ideal fit for Wondr Health’s engineering team.

Wondr Health, a leader in preventive and chronic care for metabolic, emotional, and physical health transformation, is poised for growth and innovation with Tracy on board. CEO Scott Paddock expressed excitement about the addition of Tracy, highlighting his experience in delivering transformative solutions to large employers and health plans. Tracy himself expressed eagerness to collaborate with Wondr Health’s team to further the company’s success and deliver personalized, integrated health solutions.

Overall, Lantern Partners’ assistance in securing Greg Tracy as Chief Technology Officer for Wondr Health signifies the continued demand for top technology executives in the industry. With executive search firms like Lantern Partners, SPMB Executive Search, ON Partners, and Caldwell actively facilitating placements of technology executives, companies in various sectors are able to access top talent to drive growth and innovation.

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