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Bradley Wright, CPA, will join Forsyth County government on July 13 as the deputy director of Businesses Services for the Water & Sewer Department. In this newly created role, Wright will oversee aspects of the department related to finances and customer service.


Wright brings over 25 years of experience in finance and management. His background includes an extensive career with Verizon Wireless, where he held several regional and national director level positions. Most recently, Wright served as director of Financial Planning and Analysis for Verizon Connect in the Atlanta area.


“We are extremely excited to have a person with Bradley’s experience join our team,” said Water & Sewer Department Director Tim Perkins. “We know that he can help take our budgeting, forecasting, financial planning and customer service to a new level as we continue to provide top level services with a goal of keeping our rates as low as possible for our customers.”


Wright holds a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, Accounting and Management from Southeast Missouri State University, and a master’s degree in Accountancy from Southern Illinois University. He acquired his Certified Public Accountant license in 1986.

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