Jamie R. Wright is a Resilience Expert, a Powerful Speaker, Activist, Advocate, Coach, Domestic Violence Survivor (COVID-19) & Upcoming Author of two life-changing books, “Finding Purpose Through Pain” and “The Power of Overcoming Shame and Learning to Love Yourself Again”. She endured sexual, physical, and emotional abuse as a child before becoming a victim of domestic violence as a woman. As an advocate and activist for domestic violence survivors, she motivates, encourages, and empowers others to overcome and transform their shame and trauma into self-love, healing, and happiness.
In 2020, Jamie founded Jamie R. Wright, LLC with a mission to provide survivor- led, community-based awareness, education and empowerment to communities of color impacted by domestic and intimate partner violence. Jamie has appeared on 60 Minutes, BBC News, various podcasts, local and state news channels, throughout the United States and the world. Jamie also appeared on The Doctor’s TV Show with Dr. Ian Smith.
As a humanitarian, Jamie R. Wright gives a portion of her proceeds and proudly serves on the Board of Directors for the Houston Area Women’s Center (HAWC) and Unsilenced Voices; both are non-profit organizations that serve communities impacted by domestic and intimate partner violence. Through her humility she has inspired the hearts and minds of thousands to create a new lens and conversation about domestic violence and the emotional, mental, and often times, physical impact(s) of it. Jamie currently resides in Texas and enjoys her new found freedom in life!
To eradicate domestic and intimate partner violence in communities of color.
To provide survivor-led awareness, education and empowerment to communities of color that have been impacted by domestic and intimate partner violence that leads to self-love, hope, healing and happiness.
We provide awareness, education and empowerment to communities of color impacted by domestic and intimate partner violence. Our services include, but are not limited to, speaking engagements, workshops, community outreach, support and development services, group survivor coaching, policy development, and evaluating the effectiveness and efficiency of domestic and intimate violence advocacy, community outreach, shelters, and transitional housing programs.