NATIONAL & INTERNATIONAL AWARD-WINNING AUTHOR ...
INSPIRATIONAL SPEAKER ... SUCCESS EXPERT ...
MICHELE R. WRIGHT, PH.D.
Unique Advice, a Unique Career, a Unique Life!!!
life. Create a unique career path and
a unique life that is perfect for you and ONLY
you. Learn from the world's greatest and wisest
leaders how to navigate through your most
challenging obstacles to reach the top.
Appreciate the process of seeking success. Be a
champion of your own journey. Once you realize
that life's purpose is to serve, you will live a
greater and more important life. Click on the video
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About The Book
Letters to future generations...
Letters to past and present
With a foreword by Camille Cosby and an exclusive
interview with Gayle King, the book Dear
Success Seeker presents a collection of
85 original letters personally written from the
desks, dining rooms, and gardens of some of
the world's most remarkable and extraordinary
women in entertainment, medicine, education,
business and much more. And they were written for
Michele R. Wright and others including Joyce
Meyer, Ruby Dee, Billie Jean King, Rosa Parks,
Leeann Chin, and Patti Labelle have put
together advice to inspire you to a new place
of self-awareness--that you can dare to be
anyone and anything you want to be. This
book is written to people of all ages including
20, 40, 60, or 80-somethings who wish to choose
a new and greater path for success that is
unique to their spirit, talent, and passion.
Through the invaluable advice of these amazing
women, you will learn how to appreciate and
embrace your challenges and inevitably make
them your allies in the rise to your unique
Special Note Written to: Author Michele R. Wright, Ph.D.
Vice President and Founding Board Chair, WISE Scholars Foundation
From Marshalette R. Wise, CEO, President & Founding Director
WISE Scholars Foundation "Preparing Today for Higher Education Tomorrow"
Author, Speaker and Success Expert Michele R. Wright, Ph.D. continues to seek and find success in everything she does as she continues to help others to achieve success in their career and life.
She currently serves as the Senior Director of the National Biotechnology & Pharmaceutical Association (NBPA) and formerly served as the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Greater Ozarks-Arkansas Region with the American Red Cross. She is also the past recipient of Sister Friends United, Inc. "Women of Excellence" Service Award as well as the organization's Business Award.
Dr. Wright is a top-performing National and International multiple award-winning Corporate Leader who has worked with Fortune 500 organizations including Genentech Biotech Company, Novartis Pharmaceuticals, Pfizer Pharmaceuticals, Pillsbury and The Procter and Gamble Company. She has a successful track record in increasing productivity, inventory accuracy, operational efficiency, and cost reductions as an engineer and has impressive top sales performance in food, pharmaceutical and biotechnology sales. She is an expert in project, team, and total quality management.
She holds a Ph.D. in Public Policy from the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville, with a double specialization in Health and Leadership Policy; a Master of Science degree from the University of Tennessee Space Institute, where she chartered the National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) and has the distinction of becoming UTSI's first full-time African-American student to earn a Master's degree in Engineering Management / Industrial Engineering; and a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from Tuskegee University, where she graduated with High Honors and the distinct honor of "Electrical Engineering Student of the Year."
Dr. Wright's extensive research of some of America's most outstanding women achievers served as inspiration for her book "DEAR SUCCESS SEEKER: Wisdom from Outstanding Women" (Atria/Simon & Schuster) which received the 2012 USA "Best Books" Award for "Best New Non-Fiction" and has allowed her to leverage what she has learned about success to benefit corporations, organizations and educational facilities. She lives in North Little Rock, Arkansas with her husband Terry G. Wright.