Timothy Wright

Attorney Timothy Wright III is a National Co-Chair for the UHOUSI Initiative and the Managing Partner of Operations for Quintairos, Prieto, Wood & Boyer, P.A. Mr. Wright served as President Clinton’s first Director of Domestic Policy and in various capacities in the administrations of Presidents Clinton, George H. W. Bush, and George W. Bush. He also served as Chief of Staff for Congressman Bobby L. Rush. In the 2020 Presidential Campaign, Mr. Wright served as a member of the Illinois Steering Committee for the Biden campaign, an elected delegate to the National Nominating Convention pledged to Biden and served on the voter protection team in Michigan for the Biden campaign. Mr. Wright participated in the constitutional negotiations in Cape Town, South Africa, on behalf of the National Lawyers Guild, that led to the release of Nelson Mandela. Mr. Wright also served as a legal participant with the U.N. Council for Namibia and as an International Election Monitor for South Africa’s first ever free elections, assigned to monitor the elections in the Western Cape with President Obasanjo of Nigeria and New York Mayor David Dinkins. Mr. Wright holds a Master of Divinity degree from the Chicago Theological Seminary and expects to receive his Doctorate in Prophetic Ministry in 2022 from McCormick Theological Seminary, specializing in Liberation Ecclesiology, “faith-based community economic development in urban communities.” Mr. Wright attended Claremont Men’s College and UCLA Law School, becoming the first African American Chief Justice of the UCLA Moot Court Honors program. As a National Co-Chair for the UHOUSI Initiative, Mr. Wright seeks to increase responsible homeownership within minority communities and provide equitable access to homeownership for all credit worthy borrowers.