Empower. Uplift. Build. Encourage.
“Power concedes nothing without a demand.”
– Frederick Douglass
AFSCME's 2018 Champion of Change Award
Salute to Women Leaders in the 79th District - Government
Exceptional Women of Color Champion - Women To Watch
Blue Heart Foundation - Inaugural "Next Level" Award
RISE - Inclusive Leadership In Action Award for Security
What Topics Can Geneviéve Discuss?
Geneviéve specializes in encouraging, uplifting, building, and helping others.
She can speak on a variety of subjects, including those listed to the right, but is happy to tailor her talks to your event, and can even create something brand new just for you.
Geneviéve can even train aspiring motivational speakers, teaching them to write and tell their own story!
Time Out for Hoping
In the times we are in, we can no longer hope for the future. We must be the hope for the future. Let me show you how!
You Write Your Own Story
Someone will always try to tell you what you can and cannot do based on stereotypes, body size, education level, upbringing, zip code, age, but you control your destiny. You have the pen, and you must never relinquish it. You write your own story. Let me show you how!
Are You Ready to Move to the Next Level?
Many people say they want to move to the next level in their lives, but how many people are actually ready to make the move? In order to move to the next level, you must have a plan. You must have confidence. You must have a vision. You must have commitment. I can help you get to the next level!
Courage is not Common. But, Neither are You.
I no longer call folks in leadership positions leaders simply because they have a title. To be a leader, you must have courage. In my journey over the last few years, I’ve learned that courage is not common–even among elected and public officials, our so-called “leaders”. I am here to help you tap into your courage. You are fearless. Never let anyone tell you otherwise.
No Regrets. Life must be lived.
We’ve all heard YOLO, but do we actually live it? Whether you believe in the afterlife or eternal life, you must embrace it. So many of us never live out our full potential because of fear. Fear should never hold you back. Fear should be your impetus to live your best life and achieve all that God has ordained for you. If you were to die, how many of your dreams would be buried with you?
Now is your time!
You will hear it all (if you haven’t already): “You are too young. Too old. Too poor. You need to wait your turn! You don’t have the experience.” Let me tell you: It is your time! Justice cannot wait. Your solutions cannot wait. We need your ideas now. You are not our future leader, you are a leader now. Take your rightful place.
You are not just one person. You are not just anything. You are vital. You are important. Dr. Seuss said, “To the world you may be one person; but to one person you may be the world.” Let me show you how to remember this every day and live out this principle to achieve your goals and fulfill your destiny.
In recognition of Martin Luther King Day, the TAS Action for Social Justice Committee will host Geneviéve Jones-Wright for brunch and a presentation on Criminal Justice Reform on Saturday, February 1, 2020, at the Fischlowitz Center. Please RSVP!
Join Geneviéve from March 27 to 28 at the 25th Annual Women’s Conference at the Omni La Costa Resort & Spa in Carlsbad, where the NCAAWA is bringing together dynamic women and teens and powerful presenters for an inspirational experience that engages women and teens in our community for a day of learning, growth, and relationship-building.
Reach One, Teach One
Big Data & Community Policing Conference 2020
Palomar MECHA CJR Panel
On November 6, 2019, during a panel hosted by MEChA de Palomar College and Transitions Collective of Palomar College, Geneviéve discussed mass incarceration, police brutality, the prison industrial complex, and the school to prison pipeline.
Coronado Democratic Club
Reforming the Prosecution System
On October 26, 2019, at a special panel discussion hosted by The Davis Vanguard, Geneviéve Jones-Wright and others discussed reforming criminal prosecution through such efforts as decarceration, ending cash bail, true conviction review policies, ending the death penalty, and much more.