Janice K. Wright, student writer

Janice K. WrightJanice K. Wright, known through her writing as JK Wrights 2U, is a SUNY Empire State College student with the Center for Distance Learning. She received an associate degree in community and human services in September 2011 and plans on continuing her education in January 2012 in pursuit of a bachelor’s degree. Wright’s career goal is to work in the field of community affairs.

Wright’s passion for community and human services has motivated her to work on many community projects involving the New York City Housing Authority, New York City public schools, childcare centers and domestic-violence housing facilities.

Her life experiences and community involvement position Wright as an asset to The Student Connection newsletter team. As a student writer, her articles educate and bring awareness to the student body on issues involving health, wellness and socioeconomic aspects. 

“My desire is to impact lives by creating lasting change and by breaking generational ills and dysfunctions, plaguing the community,” said Wright. “My most treasured platform is working with disabled individuals, assisting to overcome challenges.”

Wright’s articles: 

9/11 Remembered

April is Autism Awareness Month

Exploring Your Family History

February is Heart Month

March Awareness

September is National Preparedness Month

Wright’s creative work:

Contributing Women

Emergency Preparedness – Unsung Heroes

Heart of Mine

The Voice of Autism