Christianna L. Wright

Christianna Lincoln Wright was born in Lincoln, Nebraska in 1968. She graduated from New Trier High School in Winnetka, Illinois in 1986; received her undergraduate degree from Loyola University Chicago in 1991 with a BA in English and a secondary teaching certificate; and graduated from The University of Oklahoma College of Law in 1997. In law school, Mrs. Wright served as a member of the American Indian Law Review.

After law school Mrs. Wright and her husband, fellow lawyer, Kenny Wright, moved to Grove, and started Wright & Wright, Attorneys at Law, in 1997. She spent ten years serving as the public defender for Delaware and Ottawa County through a private contract with the State. Mrs. Wright also assisted in starting the Delaware and Ottawa County Drug Court Programs during this time. In 2008, Kenny Wright became an assistant district attorney and Mrs. Wright became a solo practitioner concentrating in the area of family law.

Mrs. Wright joined the firm in the Spring of 2017. Her areas of practice are family law, including: divorces, child custody, child support, custody and support modifications, adult and minor guardianships, and adoptions. She is licensed to practice not only in Oklahoma, but in several tribal courts. She represents clients in cases that involve Indian Children, and has attended numerous trainings and conferences on the Indian Child Welfare Act, including the new federal regulations.

Mrs. Wright chaired the 2009 Grove School Bond Committee. She is a runner and mentor with Kickin’ Asphalt, and ran her first marathon (26.2 miles) in 2015. She serves on the Kickin’ Asphalt Board, Grove Y Board, Grove Rotary Board, Grow with Grove Steering Committee, Grand Lake Communities Foundation, and the Grove Integris Hospital Board. She was Grove Rotary President in 2016/2017. She is an active parishioner at St. Elizabeth Catholic Church, chaired their building fund capital campaign, and teaches religious education classes. She and her husband, District Attorney Kenny Wright, are the proud parents of two young men that attend Grove High School.