Ingrid Thompson


Nehemiah Project Community Development Corporation

Coalition Member

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Professional Bio

Ingrid C. Thompson is a highly accomplished professional with an impressive track
record spanning over 23 years in upper management positions, including CEO,
Executive Director, and Director roles. Holding a Master’s degree in Education from
Regent University and a Bachelor's degree in Business Administration & Marketing
from Clark Atlanta University, Ingrid combines her educational background with
strategic vision and leadership expertise.
As the Founder and CEO of Nehemiah Project Community Development Corp, Ingrid
plays a pivotal role in overseeing administrative, human resources, and financial
aspects. Her exceptional skills in program development and partnership building
have been instrumental in the organization's success. Prior to her current role,
Ingrid served as the Founder and Executive Director of Harvest Rain Early Learning
Academy, where she achieved remarkable results, including a 200% increase in
student enrollment, effective management of a $1.7 million budget, and the
securing of over $500,000 in annual funds.
In addition to her professional achievements, Ingrid is deeply committed to
community development. She actively participates in associations such as the
Coalition for Home Repair, HouseATL, Georgia Advancing Communities Together,
Inc., the National Alliance of Community Economic Development Associations
(NACEDA), the National Community Reinvestment Coalition (NCRC), and the South
Fulton Chamber of Commerce.
Ingrid's dedication to both her professional and community roles reflects her
passion for making a positive impact. Beyond her career, she finds fulfillment in her
personal life, residing in metro Atlanta with her husband and taking pride in being

a parent to their four beautiful adult children. Ingrid is also a cherished mother-in-
law to her daughter-in-law and son-in-law, further enriching her family dynamics

and personal connections.


Parent: Nehemiah Project Community Development Corporation


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