Our Story

Every Woman is Worthy™

Maggie Winzeler | Founder


I’m so excited that you’re here. My name is Maggie and for 17+ years I’ve worked with women to improve their health and wellness. Throughout my career, I’ve noticed something consistently and chronically damaging women’s health:

The overwhelming majority of women don’t feel “good enough,” even those who seemingly have it all. As I asked myself “why?” and grappled with my own insecurities, the bigger picture eventually came into focus.

We women are made to believe that our value is tied to things outside of ourselves such as our appearance, career, productivity, sexuality, marital status, income, fertility, and more.

I’ve doubted my worth countless times. Have you?

There was the shame when I gained weight as a personal trainer after getting hit by a car…the fall from relevance in career conversations as a stay-at-home mom…the lonely grief of multiple pregnancy losses…and the list goes on.

If you’re a woman then you already get it:

It constantly feels like the goalpost for “success” is moving forward and out of reach – and not only that, but there is an abysmal lack of support as you’re expected to “conquer the world.”

But these are lies that society feeds us.

A woman’s worth isn’t something that can be achieved or given.

It’s a birthright.

Every woman already possesses all the worth she will ever have or need.

Right here. Right now.

When I remember that I am worthy – that EVERY woman is worthy – then suddenly the path to peace, joy, justice, grace, compassion, and love becomes abundantly clear.

I hope you discover both the healing and empowerment of Every Woman is Worthy for yourself – and that you share it with a woman you know.

With gratitude,


If you’d like to read more about my personal story, I’ve written a bit more intimately here: All The Times I Felt Unworthy

Get to Know Our Founder:

Maggie Winzeler, Founder of Every Woman is Worthy™, has 17+ years of professional experience working in women’s fitness, wellness and health. She has been featured in NBC News, MyFitnessPal, The Washington Examiner, Shape, Thrive Global, Spark People, The Washington Post Express, Bottom Line, Peak Pilates, Spinning, Mad Dogg Athletics, HealthiNation, and dozens more outlets. Maggie has a Bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology from the University of Virginia and a Master’s degree in Management, Marketing & Communications from Georgetown University where she received the Tropaia Award for her leadership accomplishments.

Over the last 10 years, Maggie has worked with numerous startup ventures focusing on improving community health and wellness, and has written at length about advocacy for women’s health. Her successful wellness blog, WellnessWinz, has reached women in 170+ countries and has made meaningful contributions to the growing dialogue around holistic wellness. Her mission is to uplift women by addressing widespread core issues that hold back women’s wellness and flourishing.

Maggie resides in Virginia with her husband, three children, and dog. She loves running, brunch foods, outdoor adventures, travel, audiobooks, pedicures, and meeting other women who are passionate about social impact and women’s health.