Wright Mitchell
Board of Directors, The Lovett School
Attorney, Private Practice

Wright is an Atlanta native who graduated from The Lovett School in 1988.  Following graduation, Wright attended the University of South Carolina on a football scholarship, and subsequently obtained his law degree from Emory University in 1996.  Wright runs his own law firm specializing in employment law and business litigation.

Wright has been active in a number of civic organizations in Atlanta.  In 2005, he founded the Buckhead Heritage Society, which is charged with protecting, promoting and preserving Buckhead’s historic resources.  He has also served as Vice Chairman of the Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation, and as a Board Member of the Atlanta Preservation Center. Wright was appointed by Governor Sonny Perdue to the Executive Center Fine Arts Committee, and also served as a city appointee on the Atlanta Sesquicentennial Civil War Commission.  Wright currently serves on the Lovett School Board of Trustees.

In addition to his civic involvement, Wright is an experienced endurance athlete who has completed two IRONMAN Triathlons and numerous other endurance races. Wright remains involved in the Atlanta endurance sports community.

Wright and his wife, Antonia, have a son who is a Sixth Grader at Lovett and a daughter who is a Fourth Grader.