Serving Clients Since 1990

Since 1990, Wright Consulting has helped raise millions of dollars to support educational programs throughout California.
Some of our recent clients and successes include:

Campbell Union High School District

  • In the first year of service (2014), awarded a California Careers Pathway Trust grant of $600,000 and two Silicon Valley Community Foundation grants (West Side Collaborative: Mastering Middle School Mathematics, and Closing the Middle School Achievement Gap in Mathematics: Out of School Strategy).

Boys & Girls Club of the Coastside

  • In 2015, awarded grants from Sand Hill Foundation, $100,000; David and Lucile Packard Foundation, $600,000; and the Atkinson Foundation, $200,000.
  • In 2014, awarded grants from Genentech, Atkinson, Wells Fargo Bank, David and Lucile Packard, Safeway, OJP, Cabrillo Unified School District, and Hugh Stuart Center Trust.
  • The capital campaign for the new Teen Center was successfully completed.

Sequoia Union High School District

  • Awarded two 21st Century Community Learning Centers Program (ASSETs) grants—each for $1,250,000—to improve academic achievement, offer enrichment, and provide family literacy services.
  • Awarded a Hewlett-Packard Innovations in Education grant of $265,000, one of 25 grants awarded in the United States
  • Funded the Math Summer Institute with a grant from Silicon Valley Community Foundation

Belmont-Redwood Shores School District

  • Funded annual science and technology projects with grants from Oracle Foundation
  • Funded a math collaborative partnership with a grant from Silicon Valley Community Foundation

Cabrillo Unified School District

  • Convened a Leadership Council of school representatives and business partnerships
  • Wrote a five-year Career Technical Education Plan to be launched in Fall 2009
  • Funded a math planning institute with a grant from Silicon Valley Community Foundation


While the task was daunting and unrewarding at times, millions of children will benefit because of your steadfast stewardship of our important work. Few could have navigated us through such treacherous waters with the skill and success we celebrate today.
Delaine EastinCalifornia Academic Standards Commission,
including former State Superintendent of Education