Gretchen K. Wright

Gretchen Wright is the vice president and a principal of PR Solutions, a public relations consulting firm that serves national advocacy groups, associations, foundations and think tanks working on a range of social justice issues.

Wright works with a variety of organizations developing media strategy, planning and promoting press conferences and briefings, writing media materials, pitching stories, and conducting media training workshops. She works extensively with the Emergency Nurses Association, MomsRising, the Institute for College Access & Success, and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.

Wright has worked with colleges and universities around the country through the Ford Foundation’s Campus Diversity Initiative to publicize successful diversity programs and initiatives. She has also directed media campaigns for the Association of Women’s Health, Obstetric and Neonatal Nurses, the Leadership to Keep Children Alcohol Free, and Wider Opportunities for Women. She has worked with the AFL-CIO and other labor, women’s and civil rights organizations.

In addition to media strategy and outreach, Wright assists clients with the design and production of publications, posters and promotional materials.

Prior to joining PR Solutions in 1993, she was the publications editor and deputy press secretary at NARAL.

Wright holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Communications from the University of Michigan and was a 1989 Coro Fellow in their Women In Leadership Program in Washington, D.C.