Ingrid has built a consulting practice that focuses on strengthening nonprofit leadership, especially during transitions. She believes transitions are an opportunity for organizations, not a crisis, and that a little extra support goes a long way toward realizing those opportunities.
Ingrid offers executive search services that are all-encompassing, encompassing a thorough assessment, meticulous screening, in-depth interviews, and comprehensive onboarding, delivering a holistic solution to the entire transition process. She leads her popular Successful Transitions cohort program, which has helped many organizations plan for the development of future leaders through comprehensive succession planning. She is also a regular interim executive director.
Over the last twenty-five years, Ingrid has served in a wide variety of roles in nonprofit organizations. This includes eleven years as the executive director of a food system nonprofit, where she built the fledgling organization to be a community institution. She has worked for multiple organizations, served as a board member and board chair, and had four interim executive director roles. Ingrid’s consulting work has served organizations in the areas of human services, domestic violence, advocacy, social services, the arts, immigrant rights, and many more.
Positionality statement: “I bring a commitment to social justice to my work. I am always looking for ways to learn more about other people in the world and understand things from their point of view. I understand that I have inherited a wealth of privilege, including being a woman who is cis-gender, white, middle-class, and able-bodied. I look for ways to use my privilege to lift other people’s voices and experiences. I want to help organizations do their best work in the world.”