Janneh K. Wright is a serial entrepreneur and an advocate for better business practices within the Caribbean and Black communities. He has more than fifteen years of experience leading the finance and administrative departments of nonprofit organizations and operates his own consulting firm, PRIMUS Business Management.
Janneh K. Wright is the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Primus Business Management. A holistic management company that partners in support of business leaders who want to focus on their core mission, save money and leave important operational management systems to a trustworthy external specialist. PRIMUS was started to focus on the critical connection between small businesses and nonprofit organizational success and the operational management of their back office services. He has over fifteen years of experience leading the finance and administrative departments of non-profit organizations with missions related social services, education, the arts, international NGOs, and think-tanks.
Janneh Wright has a Dual MBA Specialization in Finance and Innovation Entrepreneurship from Northeastern University and a bachelor’s degree in Economics from the State University of New York at Buffalo. CARIB NEWS named him a 2011 emerging leader for his leadership role in business within the Caribbean and African American Communities. 2018 the Network Journal name him a 40 Under 40 Achievers.
Janneh has served on the Board of multiple social service nonprofits as well as the Vice President of Operations and Director Economic Development fort he National Black MBA Association for the Metro New York City chapter.
Janneh believes that businesses should be placed at the center of any economic development plan. Understanding that a successful local business can reduce poverty and unemployment rate, change a neighborhood, improve safety and security and have a positive butterfly effect on other local business, Janneh focuses his work on empowering entrepreneurs to re-envision their businesses as economic and job-creating centers of their communities.