Heather P. Wright is the Executive Director of the Greenwich Center for Hope & Renewal. As the Executive Director, Heather oversees programs and personnel, as well as strategic partnerships with national and community organizations, leaders, professionals and ministers. Heather also performs various services of the organization, including counseling and speaking.
For nine years, Heather was a full-time graduate school professor in Counseling and Pastoral Theology, alongside maintaining a counseling private practice in Colorado and Washington. She was one of the co-founders of Mars Hill Graduate School and spent the past six years directing a non-profit ministry, Greenwich Chaplaincy Services, as their Chaplain and Director of Spiritual Care. Heather has also taught courses at the Alliance Graduate School of Counseling.
Heather is a Licensed Professional Counselor in Connecticut, a Licensed Mental Health Counselor in Washington, and an ordained PCUSA minister. She is also a Certified Emotionally Focused Therapist, Board Certified Chaplain, and a member of both the American Counseling Association and the Spiritual Directors International. Heather holds a B.A. from University of Virginia, a Masters of Divinity degree from Princeton Theological Seminary, a Masters in Biblical Counseling from Colorado Christian University and a Doctor of Ministry degree from San Francisco Theological Seminary, with Dr. Eugene Peterson as her dissertation advisor. An accomplished writer Heather has numerous articles and four books published, TRUE CONNECTION and SACRED STRESS (co-authored with George Faller), REDEEMING EVE: FINDING HOPE BEYOND THE STRUGGLES OF LIFE and SMALL GROUP LEADERSHIP AS SPIRITUAL DIRECTION.