Founder | Chairwoman | CEO

Dr. Rebekah H. Wright is the Founder and CEO of the nonprofit organization, Beck Way Institute, Inc (BWI) with the desire to transform and provide solutions to help grow individuals, organizations, and community success.

Dr. Wright began her professional career as a State employee in Atlanta, GA as an Information Technology (IT) professional in many different aspects. While working a full-time job, Dr. Wright received her Doctorate degree from the University of Phoenix with a Doctor of Education in Education Leadership, with a Specialty in Curriculum and Instruction; her dissertation topic, "Factors that Affect Parents' Choice to Homeschool in Clayton County Georgia.” After completing her Doctorate, Dr. Wright stepped out on faith and resigned after 21 years of faithful service.

Dr. Wright is an Elected Official servicing as a City Councilwoman in the City of Lovejoy, Georgia. She began her service in January 2008 with a passion to serve the people. She has served as Mayor Pro Tem 2013-2014 & 2017-2018 and was appointed to the National League of Cities Information Technology and Communications Steering Committee 2010 - 2012.  In her spare time, Dr. Wright enjoys relaxing and movie watching. She is also a certified registered Yoga Teacher (RYT200).

In addition to her professional endeavors, Dr. Wright is a 2008 - 2009 Leadership Clayton Graduate and a member of the Grant Professionals Association. She is a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. and a charter member of Tau Epsilon Chapter, Clayton State University. Dr. Wright is also the Owner of Beck -N- Call, LLC, a professional grant writing business. Dr. Wright is married to Wayne Wright, a Retired Veteran of the United States Army.  They are members of New Vision Christian Church in Forest Park, GA, Pastor, Dr. Luke S. Hall.

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Beck Way Institute, INC.

Making Your Vision a Reality


For all Veterans and their families to have a better quality of life


To enrich the lives of Veterans and their families by advocating for benefits and services, assisting with projects, and sharing resources through community partnerships.

Our Story

Beck Way Institute, Inc. (BWI) was incorporated in December 2018 with the desire to transform and provide solutions for communities seeking growth for its residents, assisting small nonprofit organizations to become grant ready, and providing much-needed services for our veteran community. We stand firmly with a supportive team that is guided by our core values. We use a team approach through educating and servicing the community through collaborations, sponsorships, and partnerships to create a well-rounded experience.


BWI is a religious based organization that gives honor and glory to God in all that we do. We seek to be the example of love and patience as we touch individual lives through our services and programs that we offer in the community.

BWI plans to collaborate with the grant writing company, Beck -N- Call, LLC to provide best practices, seminars, workshops, and one-to-one training to assist organizations in securing funding from both private and government sources. 

Core Values

Our core values focus on our mission of enriching the lives of veterans and their families. These values - Punctuality, Accountability, Service, Servant Leadership, Integrity, Open Communication, Nurture - creates a powerful acronym, 'PASSION', that reminds us of the work that still needs to be done and provide a baseline for the standards of behavior expected of all BWI employees.:


Punctuality - We do what we say we are going to do when we say we going to do it.


Accountability - Acknowledge ownership and accountability for our actions and accept responsibility for their consequences without exceptions or excuses. 


Service - Encourage collaboration and seek out meaningful experiences for all Veterans and their families.


Servant Leadership - Lead by example to empower each other. 

Integrity - Demonstrate honesty and sound ethical behavior, not compromising the truth. Take pride in everything we do.

Open Communication - Encourages directness, candor, and diversity so that Veterans and ideas thrive.

Nurture - Promote diversity and inclusion among our staff to allow innovation and ideas to flow so that the best ones will come through.