About Wendy Wright
Wendy Wright is a student of truth, although she calls herself a rehabilitated fool! Now a successful entrepreneur, Wendy's free spirit led her to drop out of high school so she could experience the world. But it was misadventure that helped her see the value in a more formal education. She ultimately received her Bachelor's Degree in Spanish from Temple University and a Master's Degree in Television, Radio, and Film at Syracuse. Wendy uses Wright on the Edge as a platform for continuing her education in humanity and her role as an American citizen. She brings captivating information to the community from her perspective as a single woman, a daughter, a sister, a friend, a voter, a business owner, a resident of the Washington DC metro area, and lifelong learner. Wendy is an advocate for families with special needs children, animal rights, and healthy living.
About Kristine Hadeed
Kristine Hadeed is a an award-winning poet, published writer, and active volunteer who enjoys learning new words and watching TEDTalks online.
As a product of a multi-racial household, formerly-homeschooled student, and the oldest of 11 children, Kristine brings her unique upbringing to Wright on the Edge by challenging listeners to look at racial and social issues from alternative and provocative perspectives.
Coupled with Wendy's passionate viewpoints, Kristine's youthful energy and witty insights keep Wright on the Edge listeners entertained and engaged. She is a graduate of Virginia Commonwealth University and a New York City resident.