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Caitlin Mae Lyga Wilson

Caitlin Mae Lyga Wilson is a mother, servant leadership author, noted speaker, and award-winning writer and singer/songwriter. Caitlin has spent nearly two decades nurturing connections through her work in communications. She began her career as a journalist in 2005 and transitioned to corporate communications, working to bridge the gap in organizations between executive leaders and front-line employees. Through listening programs, storytelling campaigns, leadership coaching and mindfulness education, Caitlin has helped cultures evolve and companies grow their impact. She currently serves as vice president of communications and inclusion at Marine Credit Union, a cooperative whose mission is to advance the lives of people from a place of financial need to a life of ownership and giving back in their communities. 

A graduate of the Master of Arts in Servant Leadership program from Viterbo University, Caitlin joined the program in 2019 seeking practices to heal a fractured workplace culture; instead she found a container to heal herself, focusing her master's research on the inward journey. While studying servant leadership she co-founded a storytelling project ( with Lori Jayne Carlson in 2021 to capture the heartbeat of an organization: its employees. 

Caitlin, her husband Eric, and their two children, Huck and Haila, live on the unceded lands of the Ho-Chunk People along the Mississippi River, among the bluffs and coulees known as the Driftless Region. Caitlin and Eric serve their local community as nonprofit board members, foreign exchange student hosts, youth coaches and club advisors. They enjoy caring for the woodland homestead and recently launched a conservation project to improve the wildlife habitat of the surrounding forests. 

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