Extension Agent – 4-H Youth Development
Lisa Ingram is a life-long resident of Marshall County. She has a Bachelors degree in Respiratory Therapy from Wheeling Jesuit University and two Masters Degrees from West Virginia University in Community Health Education and Instructional Design and Technology. Lisa was a Professor and Division Chair at West Virginia Northern Community College prior to starting her employment with West Virginia University.
Lisa has had over twenty-five years of involvement with the Marshall County 4-H programs as a member, parent, and leader. As a 4-H member, she participated in cooking projects, Veterinary Science, & raised Market Steers and Lambs. She has been active in a variety of community programs including the Marshall County Fairboard Member, Marshall County FRN, Grand Vue Leadership Camp, and is the Pageant Director for the Marshall County Fair Pageant.
Lisa is married to Rob Ingram and they have three children, Lyndsey, Garrett, and Logan. The family resides in Mt. Olivet. Her children have all been members of 4-H since age 9 and are active participants in the livestock program.
She is available for program presentations on a variety of topics including health and nutrition, tobacco awareness, anti-bullying, 4-H promotion, Science Programs, and Making Smart Choices for Your Future for clubs, schools and organizations.