Charity Wright

Charity Wright is a member of the Army and Texas Army National Guard. She joined the Army in 2005 to combat terrorism and qualified to be a cryptologic linguist, a member of the U.S. Intelligence Community.

Ms. Wright transitioned into the Hawaii Army National Guard in 2010 after finishing her initial enlistment. After beginning her career in cyber security, Ms. Wright found she missed the military and enlisted in the Texas Army National Guard in August 2015. During her service, she provided aide to Hurricane Harvey victims.

Ms. Wright is active in the Frisco community and serves as a member of the Frisco VFW and the Denton chapter of Women Veterans of America, as well as serving as a volunteer member of the very first all-woman color guard in Texas. She recently competed in the Ms. Veteran America 2018 competition that allows military veteran women to raise awareness and funds for homeless women veterans.

As a fundraiser, Ms. Wright began making and selling handcrafted wreaths. Wonder Woman Wreaths is named for the brave women who are selflessly serving their families and country. 20 percent of all sales are donated to help homeless veterans.

Thank you for your selfless service to our country, Ms. Wright!

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