Olga Wright's Biography
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Olga Morgan Wright
Divorced; 2 Children: Morgan Elizabeth Wright Pone, John Wesley Wright III
Attended, Davidson County Community College
Attended, Greensboro College, 1994-1996
Attended, North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University, 1977-1979
Executive Committee Member
Candidate, North Carolina House of Representatives, District 58, 2012
Candidate, North Carolina House of Representatives, District 58, 2010
Candidate, North Carolina House of Representatives, District 58, 2008
Candidate, North Carolina State House of Representatives, District 58, 2006
Candidate, North Carolina State House of Representatives, District 58, 2004
Alternate Delegate, Republican National Convention, 2004
Member, Greensboro Beautiful, 2005-2007
Member, Guilford County Parks and Recreation, 2005-2007
Chair, Guilford County Minority Outreach, 2004-2006
Legal Assistant, Smith Moore, Limited Liability Partnership, 2005-present
Civil Affairs Battalion, Greensboro
Personal Injury Legal Clinic, Incorporated
Experience, Litigation Paralegal Administrator
Legal Administrator/Paralegal, Marcus D. Street, Attorney at Law, 1983-1990, 1994-2005
Freelance Paralegal, Self-Employed, 2004-2005
Certified Court Stenographer/Law Clerk, United States Army Reserve, 204th Judge Advocate General Detachment, Fort Bragg, 1979-1985
Member, Greater Greensboro Republican Women's Club, 2003-present
Member, Greater Guilford County Republican Women's Club, 2003-present
Chapter Leader, Association for Children for Enforcement of Support
Member, East Market Street Development Committee, present
Parent Association, Guildford Day School
School Coordinator, KIDS VOTING
Member, North Carolina Black Pages Today
Member, North Carolina Black Republicans
Member, North Carolina Farm Bureau
Member, North Carolina New Majority Republican Council
Parliamentarian/Board of Directors, Parent Teacher Association
Chair, Policy, Procedure, and Legislation/ Community Educated Organization, present
North Carolina Delegate, African American Leadership Summit, 2006
Joseph "Oogie" LaFayette Morgan.
Retired General Contractor.
"Actually, time itself is neutral, it can be used either destructively or constructively. More and More I feel that people of ill will have used time much more effectively than have the people of good will. We will have to repent in this generation not merely for the hateful words and actions of the bad people but for the appalling silence of the good people."
EXCERPT from Martin Luther King, Jr.'s Letter from a Birmingham Jail (1963)
Admissions Office under Dr. William Gamble
North Carolina A&T State University.
Rubye Isley Morgan.
Reason for Seeking Public Office:
I stand as one who believes that we each owe it to the other to make a difference in our local communities and entire state. If we all band together for effective leadership then our neighborhoods and communities will become areas of prosperity and growth for generations to come.
If not now, when? If not me, then who? That is who I am and WHY I choose to run for office.