Ingrid currently serves as the Innovation and Opportunity Manager for Employ Prince George’s (EPG). In this capacity, she is responsible for leading EPG's expansion through effective outreach, partnership development and development of innovative workforce programs, practices and strategies.
For almost 10 years, Ingrid worked as the Community Outreach Coordinator in the Prince George’s County Council District 4 office. She was honored to serve current County Council Chair Todd Turner and former Council Member Ingrid M. Turner. In this role, she identified ways to enhance service to the community and developed and maintained positive and public community relations. She also managed the annual District 4 Grant Program. Ingrid's dedicated service to the City of Bowie during her tenure with the District 4 office, and her commitment to this city inspired her decision to move her family to Bowie in 2015.
Ingrid served as the 11th President of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., Iota Gamma Omega Chapter. In her role as the chapter President, she also served as President of The Ivy Community Charities of Prince George’s County, Inc. (ICC), the philanthropic arm of the chapter. She was awarded President of the Year award two years in a row for her work in the sorority. Ingrid most recently served as the Chairman for the North Atlantic Region’s Awards Committee.
Ingrid worked closely with her team of officers and the Board of Directors to facilitate the work of the 500+ member organization. Through effective fundraising efforts, securing two state bond bills and several local grants, she was extremely honored and proud to stand with the ICC Executive Director and members of Charities to purchase The Ivy Youth and Family Center, in Suitland, MD.
In 2018, Ingrid was elected to serve the 23rd Legislative District on the Prince George's County Democratic Central Committee. She was immediately elected to the Executive Board by her colleagues and currently serves as Secretary and Co-Chair of the Legislative subcommittee.
Ingrid also serves as the Prince George’s County Council Representative on the Executive Board for the Liberty Sports Park. Her past board service includes Leadership Prince George's, The Ivy Community Charities of Prince George’s County, Inc and the Women Business Owners of Prince George’s County. She also served as President of the Pearl Investors and Co-Chair, Events and Logistics Committee, First Annual WE 3 – Prince George’s County Women’s Legislative Conference.
Ingrid earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications from Saint Augustine’s University and a Master of Arts degree in Management from the University of Phoenix. She is also a graduate of Leadership Prince George’s, Class 30 and earned a Certificate of Completion from the Washington Business Journal's Business Class Executive Training Course.
Ingrid is most proud to be mother to Alexander, 22 and Christina, 18. She currently resides in Bowie.