Leadership and Staff


Development Specialist

817.831.2111, ext #160

[email protected]

Jacob Wright serves as the Development Specialist for Camp Fire First Texas and oversees Raiser’s Edge gift entry, database management, donor acknowledgements and assists with the various projects and fundraisers for the organization.

As an administrator and festival coordinator, Wright was the Festival Co-Chair for Texas Flute Society, the largest flute festival in Texas. In this position, from 2017-2019, he organized, planned logistics and promoted the festival, which took place at Texas Woman’s University. The festival provides a safe and welcoming performance opportunities for flutists of all ages and continuing education for all.

In his work with the Abilene Cultural Affairs Council (ACAC), Wright was able to assist with the planning and implementation of cultural and artistic events for the city of Abilene. His work with the ACAC ranged from accounting, bookkeeping, donor relations, donor management, and grant writing to creative planning with the city’s programs. In his time with the ACAC, he assisted with the management of the Broadway Series, HeARTS for the Arts, the Children Art’s and Literacy Festival (CALF), the Storybook Sculpture lighting project, and the Downtown Lighting project.

Wright was also on staff with the Fort Worth Academy of Fine Arts (FWAFA) as the Music Production and Operations Assistant for the choral department where he provided production assistance for multiple choral performances, ran day-to-day operations of the department, planned tours, including a weeklong tour of the Southwest with Singing Girls of Texas and Academy Singers.