About Maennche Virtual CMO

Leading Edge Innovations LLC dba Maennche Virtual CMO is a family-owned and operated entity that provides business consulting. With a special emphasis on marketing strategy, we believe that it is time to redefine Marketing. Our training allows companies to stop playing musical marketer and start developing internal strategies that allow the maximization of marketing budgets through surgical like execution.

After spending years in the trenches developing businesses of all kinds an idea for a new way, a better way emerged. Over the last 20 years, we have met and worked with some truly amazing people. The one obvious common thread between our successes and those of our clients is the belief that our team members are invaluable to not only our success but our future.


Matthew Maennche

Chief Strategist

With over two decades of in-the-trenches marketing experience, Matthew Maennche’s views on developing and supporting a successful business are fundamentally different from the norm. As a developer and strategist, Maennche has helped thousands of businesses of all sizes, both domestic and international, take their organizations to the next level.

Matthew also spends time giving back to the local business community as a volunteer, mentor, and leader for the local chapter of SCORE.

Gretchen Gleason

Gretchen Gleason

Senior Account Manager

Gretchen is a Senior Account Manager with Maennche Virtual CMO. Maennche Virtual CMO is a marketing strategy and business growth consulting firm.

Gretchen spent 10 years in the I.T. Industry in continuing education training, course curriculum design, software upgrade implementation, and I.T. Recruiting.

She is a wife to the most loving and incredible man on the planet, a mom to 3 outstanding kids (and one ornery bulldog), and a devoted Tennessee Vols fan.

Gretchen is also a volunteer with SCORE here in Tulsa, where she is the Chairperson of the Women’s Leadership Committee. She is committed to helping women business owners through mentoring, monthly breakfasts, and the annual Women’s Leadership Conference. These are used to enhance awareness and education, as well as encourage networking with other women within the community.