About Dr. William Ingram
Dr. William Ingram is the fourth President of Durham Technical Community College. He previously served as Senior Vice President and Chief Instructional Officer, Director of Continuing Education, Director of Off-Campus Programs, and Dean of Technical and Vocational Programs.
Before his tenure at Durham Tech, Dr. Ingram also served as Special Assistant to the Dean of Instruction at Southeastern Community College.
Dr. Ingram holds a bachelor’s degree in English from Ohio Wesleyan University as well as a master’s of science and doctorate in Adult and Community College Education from North Carolina State University.
He is a past president of the North Carolina Adult Education Association, and has served on the boards of Durham Workforce Development, Durham County Library, and Durham Workforce Partnership; and chaired the Durham Public Education Network.
Dr. Ingram has served on the Community College Review Editorial Board and has been an evaluator and chair of visiting committees for the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools for 15 years.
He is a graduate of Leadership Durham, Leadership Chapel Hill-Carrboro, and Leadership Triangle as well the American Association of Community College's Future Leadership Institute-Advanced program. With Terrence A. Tollefson and Rick L. Garrett, he is co-author of Fifty State Systems of Community Colleges: Mission, Governance, Funding and Accountability.
Dr. Ingram and his wife, Ann, have lived in the Triangle since 1982 and have two adult children, Christine Elizabeth and David.