Speaking Engagements

Upcoming Events:
  • “The Danger of DIGNITY”; A Book Discussion, Princeton Club of Georgia, April 2021
  • Lecturer, Being Church and Representing Christ, Bexley Seabury Seminary, June 2021. Learn more and Register here: Course Description

Dr. Wright has spoken around the country and on an array of topics. See previous engagements:

  • Guest speaker, Christ Church, Maryland, February 21, 2020
  • Guest speaker, MLK Celebration at Cathedral Schools, Washington National Cathedral, January 19, 2021
  • Sermon recording Day1org.com, January 2, 2021
  • DIGNITY over Division: A Critical Virtual Discussion, November 16, 2020
  • Chapel Talk, Baylor School, TN, November 2, 2020
  • Chapel Talk, St. Catherine’s School, Richmond, Virginia, October 9, 2020
  • DIGNITY Virtual Book Launch, October 1, 2020
  • Guest Speaker, St. Veronica’s Guild, The Cathedral of St. Phillip (Virtual)
  • Guest author, Her Way of Life Book Club (virtual), discussing Becoming Who I Am,
  • Special guest, A Brave Space Podcast with Dr. Catherine Meeks. (Most listened to/dowloaded episode for 2021!)
  • Plenary Speaker/Workshop Leader, International Women of Color and Wellness Conference, October 24-26, 2019, Atlanta, GA
  • Guest Preacher, Lenten Series, Holy Innocents’ Episcopal Church
  • Keynote Speaker, Christ Church Cathedral, Houston, TX 
  • Keynote Speaker, Ladies Prayer Brunch, Holy Spirit, Cumming GA
  • Retreat Leader, Clergy Spouses and Partners of the Diocese of Atlanta Get-a-Way “Our Stories, God’s Purpose”, Camp Mikell, Toccoa GA
  • Guest Speaker, Grace Episcopal Church, Gainesville, GA
  • Guest Speaker, “Telling Our Stories”, Class for young parents on challenges and joys of faithful parenting, St. Luke’s Atlanta, GA
  • Retreat Leader, “Spiritual Sense and Stories”, Women in the Spirit of St. John Chrysostom Episcopal Church, Golden, Colorado
  • Guest Preacher, Caribbean Sunday, St. Paul’s Episcopal Church
  • Keynote Speaker, Chaplains Retreat, National Association of Episcopal Schools, Conference Center at the Maritime Institute, Linthicum, MD
  • Guest Speaker, St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church, Birmingham, AL
  • Presenter, “DIGNITY: Living our Episcopal Identity and Assuring the Dignity of All Members of a Community”, National Association of Episcopal Schools Biennial Conference 2016, New Orleans
  •  Guest Speaker, St. Luke’s Women’s Chapter (at private home), All Saints Episcopal Church, Atlanta, GA
  • Guest Speaker, Calhoun and Gordon County Schools, Calhoun High School, Calhoun, GA
  • Guest Lecture, St. Timothy’s Episcopal Church, Calhoun, GA
  • Dean’s Lecture, Candler School of Theology, “Me? Depressed?: Stigma, Spirit and Storytelling in Healing”,  Rita Anne Rollins Bldg 252, Atlanta, GA
  • Guest Speaker, St. Peter and St. Paul (ECW), Marietta
  • Guest Reader, Read Across America, F.L. Stanton Elementary and Peyton Forest Elementary School,
  • Guest Speaker, Prayer Brunch, Church of the Holy Spirit, Atlanta, GA
  • Retreat Leader, All Saints Women’s Group, Atlanta, GA
  • Morehouse School of Medicine, Grand Rounds Lecture, Atlanta, GA
  • Guest Speaker, Power Over Prejudice (POP) Assembly, St. Martin’s Episcopal School, Atlanta, GA
  • Keynote Speaker, 2015 Hats Off to Women Luncheon, Rainbow Village, Duluth, GA
  • Moderator, 2015 Healing and Hope for the Journey: Finding Balance, CCCG, Maggiano’s Buckhead
  • Guest Speaker, Community of Hope Conference, Diocese of Texas
  • Guest Speaker, Independence Celebration Service, Caribbean American Cultural Group, Port St. Lucie, Florida
  • Guest Speaker, St. Peter and St. Paul ECW, Marietta
  • Guest Speaker, St. Martin in the Fields Episcopal Church, Atlanta, 
  • Book reading and Signing, Cathedral of St. Philip
  • Book reading and Signing, Holy Cross Episcopal Church
  • Guest Speaker, Church of the Good Shepherd
  • Guest Speaker, Grace Calvary ECW
  • Guest Speaker, Holy Innocents’ Episcopal Church
  • Guest Speaker, St. Anne’s Episcopal Church
  • Featured Author with Rev. Martha Sterne and Dr. Barbara Brown-Taylor, St. Philips Cathedral, Atlanta, GA
  • Guest Speaker, St. Edward’s Episcopal Church, Lawrenceville, GA
  • Retreat Leader, St. Peter and St. Paul, Marietta, GA
  • Guest Speaker, St. Monica’s Guild, Holy Innocents’ Episcopal Church, Atlanta, GA
  • Guest Speaker, St. Luke’s Men’s Breakfast, Atlanta, GA
  • Guest Speaker, St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church, Dunwooody, GA
  • Guest Speaker, St. Veronica’s Guild, Cathedral of St. Philip, Atlanta, GA
  • Guest Speaker, St. Bartholomew’s Episcopal Church, Atlanta, GA
  • Keynote Speaker, Graduation Ceremony, Lee Arrendale State Prison for Women, Habersham County, GA
  • Guest Speaker, Care and Counseling Center of Georgia, Atlanta, GA
  • Guest Speaker, St. Elizabeth Guild, Cathedral of St. Philip, Atlanta, GA
  • Guest Speaker, St. Veronica’s Guild, Cathedral of St. Philip, Atlanta, GA
  • Guest Speaker on Lent and Upcoming Easter, Daughter’s of the King at St. Catherine’s in Marietta, GA
  • Retreat Leader, Diocesan ECW Retreat, Atlanta, GA
  • Featured Speaker, Princeton Prize in Race Relations, 10th Anniversary, (Princeton University Alumni) Atlanta, GA
  • Book Signing Event at Cathedral Book Store, Atlanta, GA
  • Guest Speaker, Christ the King Episcopal
  • Church of the Common Ground, Atlanta, GA
  • Guest Speaker, Christ Church Episcopal
  • Guest Speaker, Atlanta Jamaican Association, Exchange Park Recreational Center, Decatur, GA
  • Emory University School of Medicine, Grand Rounds Lecture, Atlanta, GA
  • Guest Speaker, Women After God’s Own Heart Book Club- Atlanta, GA
  • Guest Speaker, St. Alban’s Episcopal Church
  • Guest Speaker, Open Door Ministries
  • Guest Speaker, Church of the Holy Family
3 replies to Speaking Engagements
  1. I was wondering if you might have an availability to speak to our church, St. Clement’s Episcopal Church in Canton GA, some time this fall on a Sunday morning. October would be optimal but there is always flexibility between September and December.

  2. I didn’t get a chance to meet you when you were here, but I wanted to let you know how much I appreciated your talk. The students talked about it in every class that followed.
    Also, I had a chance to hear your husband speak last spring at St. Paul’s.

    1. Chris,
      Thank you for your kind words. I am so glad that the talk resonated with students and that they took it back to the classroom. I will pass on your words to my husband as well. Many thanks and my best to you.

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