Gwen Wright is a Senior Public Engagement Fellow at Public Agenda's Center for Advances in Public Engagement (CAPE). She works on the development, coordination and implementation of public engagement initiatives.
Gwen's background includes work as a project consultant to various organizations providing assistance to community leadership in strengthening access and opportunity for residents to engage more effectively in the decision-making process around critical issues in their community.
These efforts have focused on improving public education; assessing race and social justice initiatives; forging a shared agenda among non-profits; and creating a statewide health care reform initiative.
Gwen (seen here on the job for Public Agenda in Moss Point, Mississippi) obtained her B.A. Degree in Public Administration from Shaw University in Raleigh, North Carolina, and her Masters of Public Administration from Baruch College, City University of New York.