Dr. Lee Wright

Dr. Lee Wright

Adjunct Faculty

"Passionate advocate for student success, engagement, access, and excellence."

Academic and Professional Degrees Earned

  • MBA Strategic Leadership

    - Amberton University

  • BA Sociology

    - University of North Texas

  • Ed.D of Education

    - Abilene Christian University

My Unique Approach to Education  

"My teaching philosophy is simple. I have a passion for helping others grow and learn in their academics."


Dr. Wright is a forward-thinking corporate leader with over 10 years of experience skilled in all facets of business analytics, reporting, project management, risk management, resolution, change management, and diversity & inclusion (DEI). He is committed to leading and building impactful teams, execute creative problem-solving skills, and business consulting with the ability to work with leaders at all levels in the organization.

In addition to serving in the corporate setting, Dr. Wright serves as an adjunct professor at Amberton University in the curriculum of Business Management, and Concordia University Texas in the curriculum of Leadership Studies. His unique teaching style is centered around the best theories and practices for Diversity & Inclusion (DEI), and mental health awareness, which are his research interests and focus areas. He believes in empowering his students through peer-engaging projects and assignments that will yield strong relationships beyond the classroom. His syllabi create and implements relevant curriculum, exercise classroom management skills, and develop and administer assessments to support optimal student learning outcomes, while consistently achieving >98% student satisfaction ratings.

Dr. Wright holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of North Texas (UNT), a Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree from Amberton University (AU), and a Doctor of Education (Ed.D) degree from Abilene Christian University (ACU). His dissertation topic is entitled, “Exploring online mental health services: A qualitative study for first-year college students.”

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