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BOE Employee of the Week - Erica Ingram


This week's BOE Employee of the Week recognition profile features Erica Ingram. Ms. Ingram is the Elementary Curriculum Specialist for the school district. This is her first year with the Baldwin County School District but she has worked in education for 20 years.


Her years in education were spent at the Washington County School District where she has worked as a classroom teacher, K-12 Instructional Facilitator, Assistant Principal and Curriculum Coordinator.


Ms. Ingram is a Baldwin native and graduated from Baldwin High School. After graduating from high school, she went to Georgia College where she earned her Bachelor's Degree in Middle Grades Education. She then received her Master's Degree in Curriculum and Instruction from Central Michigan University. She has two Educational Specialist Degrees, one from Nova Southeastern in Curriculum and Instruction with a specialization in teacher leadership and her second Educational Specialist Degree is from Georgia College and State University.


When she's not at work, Ms. Ingram enjoys spending time with her family and traveling.


"For fun I like spending time with my two children and pets. We love to travel and experience new places."


Her hobbies includes reading, cooking, shopping, fishing and swimming.


Coming back to her hometown to continue her work with children has been exciting. In fact, children are the main reason why she chose to enter the field of education.


"I love working with children of all ages. Seeing and talking to the children is the best part of being in education, for me. They are what makes my day!"


Ms. Ingram thank you for all that you do for our school district. You are greatly appreciated!




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