Jill Wright

at Rady School of Management


  • Rady School of Management




Rady School of Management

Conceived by writer, jill Wright, Genius Games is a reflection of jill’s own creative journey as an artist, writer, and imaginative thinker. Jill has spent her entire adult life embracing the realm of originality and creative thought. She has won or been nominated for awards ranging from The Pablo Neruda Poetry Prize, to IFTC Audience Choice selection in Toronto and has written across a spectrum of media including books for children and computer games. She has been a consultant and/or lecturer at Apple Computer, Lucas Film, Warner Bros., Stanford University, UCLA, Loyola Marymount, Voyager Company, Los Angeles Children’s Museum, American Library Association, English Teachers of Los Angeles, Long Beach State, San Francisco State, National Alliance of Theater in Education, ARCO, UC Berkeley, Kachemak Bay Writer’s Conference, and many others. Her work is taught in the IT Masters program at UC Berkeley.

jill has developed a unique method for coaching creatives and helping them break through to their best work in a short amount of time. She teaches Seminars for Innovation using Genius Games— techniques developed for the innovators at Apple Computer. She also works as a teacher and consultant for writers at all skill level through her All The Wright Words classes and workshops. An innovative thinker and believer in the genius capabilities of those around her, actor Ed Asner observed, "jill Wright is a prophet in her own country."

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