Quinn Wright, Councilman

Quinn_Wright

Quinn Wright


Councilman

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Term Expires: November 13, 2023

Quinn Wright, the son of CWA and UAW workers, knows the importance of teamwork, the strength of unity, and the power in purpose, and wants to bring his experience and perspective to the Madison Heights City Council. He is a husband and proud father of three fiercely intelligent and adventurous young girls. An alumnus of Ferndale High School, Quinn is a graduate of Michigan State University with 20 plus years in business management & finance.


Quinn works passionately to strengthen the community through volunteer work and is currently serving on the Board of Directors for the Michigan Association for Infant Mental Health (MI-AIMH), as Parent Liaison for the Early Childhood Investment Corporation (ECIC), and serves the community through his church, Central Church in Madison Heights. A proud Spartan, Quinn currently serves as President of The Detroit Spartan, a local alumni club for Michigan State University.

Quinn has always had a passion to lead through service.  Starting in High School and through college, Quinn demonstrated strong community-based leadership by serving in various roles, including being president of the Student body president at Michigan State University, Associated Students of MSU (Student Assembly Chairman).  He has a strong sense of responsibility to care for others, and the experience in man Quinn believes in doing that we must take action. He sees love as an action work and community as well.   

As a Financial Advisor with Edward Jones, he works with families to develop their long-term financial goals. Quinn has a consistent process to help families plan for the unexpected and better understand where they are financially, so they can move forward confidently to where they’d like to be. His goal is to help everyone create a plan for the financial well-being so they can focus on what’s important.

The Son of CWA and UAW workers, Quinn Wright, knows the importance of teamwork, the strength of unity, and the power in purpose. That’s why he wants to run for Madison Heights City Council.  Coming from humble beings, he knows the challenges parents face in making ends meet. It's why he uses that experience to help others.