The Wrights explained that they have had thousands of students who attended and completed courses and training programs offered by the Wright Foundation. After the accusations were made claiming they were a cult, the Wrights disseminated a questionnaire to their students asking if the above points accurately describe the student experience. The results of the questionnaire came back as negative and none of the students believed the trainings offered by the Wrights or the Foundation fit the description of a cult.
The vetting reviewed the training and courses offered by the Wrights and compared them against the indicators of a cult. The vetting verified that the Wright Foundation is not a cult and, in fact, is a Certified Education Facility that offers unique life skills and personal development training for students at the college, graduate, and post-graduate level.
No derogatory information was discovered.
On December 20, 2000, the Illinois Department of Professional Regulation (IDPR) filed separate complaints alleging various disciplinary charges against Judith and Robert Wright.
The charges against Robert were dropped without prejudice and the charges against Judith Wright were later dismissed.
The Wright Foundation for Transformational Education, Inc., an inactive Wisconsin corporation that was administratively dissolved on 3/11/14.
The Wright Foundation was originally an Illinois Not-For-Profit corporation originally formed on 3/05/1992 and voluntarily dissolved on 2/19/2017.
The Foundation for the Realization of Human Potential NFPs is an active Illinois Not-For- Profit Corporation originally formed on 7/25/2007 with the Wright Foundation for the Realization of Human Potential as an active d/b/a.