Education: B.A. Journalism/Public Relations, Howard University; Master of Project Management, Keller Graduate School of Management; Project Management Professional (PMP) Certification, Project Management Institute
Occupation: Director of Research and Planning for IMPACT Community Action
Family: Wife Kellye Clark-Wright, daughters Kendall Wright and Nyla Clark, son Christopher Clark
Community Service Activities: Board Member, Westerville Sunrise Rotary Club; Board Member, Westerville Education Foundation; Member, Martin Luther King, Jr. Legacy Project (formerly Martin Luther King, Jr. Breakfast Committee; Alumnus of Leadership Westerville, Westerville Citizen Police Academy, Westerville Citizen Fire Academy, and Westerville Citizen Academy; member of Westerville Citizen Police Academy Alumni Association, Citizen Auxiliary Resource Team (CART), community-based mentor with Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Ohio, and former member of the Westerville Parks and Recreation Advisory Board.
What’s your favorite thing about the Westerville Community? My favorite thing about Westerville is its small-town feel, and big city presence. Westerville residents care deeply about one another, as well as the growth and prosperity of our City itself.
What do you look forward to the most about your role on Westerville City Council? I’m looking forward to building bridges and collaborations, thinking outside of the box, and fostering diversity of ideas, experiences and resources so that our City will continue to be the best that it can be for ALL of its residents.