Wendy Credle is an entrepreneur powerhouse. Featured on NBC News and Aspire Network’s nationally televised series “Exhale”, she is recognized as an expert coach, entertainment lawyer, and television producer.
During her thirty year tenure in the music business as an A&R Executive and Entertainment Lawyer, Wendy has played a pivotal role in the success of several multi-platinum, grammy award winning artists and producers including, Ne-Yo, Anthony Hamilton, Chrisette Michele, Chris Brown, BBD, Mario Winans, Lil Mo, and Stephanie Mills. In 2007 she was awarded NABFAM”s “Legal Executive of the Year”.
In 2016 after appearing as a lead cast member on WEtv’s legal reality show, Money.Power.Respect, Wendy started her own television production company, Wen-Pie Productions. She is the creator and executive producer of her first docu-series, MarriedLife, featuring six married couples from Charlotte NC making its 10 episode debut on Oprah’s OWN network in the Fall of 2019.
Eight years ago Credle founded Spanda Coaching in an effort to support extraordinary leaders in creating work environments that ennoble the human spirit. Her clients include the World Bank, BET, Universal, Greater Newark Conventions Bureau, NYU, Prudential, and several other small businesses. You can read about some of Spanda’s core principles in Wendy’s book, Business Lessons for Tomorrow’s Leaders, which also features stories and advice from Chris Rock, Sylvia Rhone, Richelieu Dennis, and Congresswoman Barbara Lee.
Wendy is the proud mother of her 24 year-old son, Gianni. She received her J.D. from Fordham Law School and her B.S. from the University of Michigan. She is an active philanthropist and works closely with charities that finance education, promote peace, and uplift women and children all over the world. Her passions are horse show jumping, yoga, running, and puzzles.