Taylor Ingram, MPH started collaborating with the Department of Public Health and Wellness in 2014 as a community coalition member. Her passion for our mission led her to seek fulltime employment with the department and in 2015, she was hired as a Health Program Analyst. Since then, and through a series of promotions, Taylor has overseen key operational transformations in both the Center for Health Equity and the Health Services Division. She has also served as Section Chief for the department’s Incident Management Team during the 2017 hepatitis A outbreak and the COVID-19 pandemic. Under her leadership, the department has earned national recognition for our mass vaccination clinics, adoption of evidence-based policies, and research publications.
Currently serving as Chief of Staff, Taylor guarantees all the I’s are dotted and the T’s are crossed in our team’s pursuit to address enduring public health challenges. She facilitates communications and connections to integrate work streams and teams. She is also a trusted thought partner who ensures the needs of the entire organization are considered.
Taylor holds a Master’s in Public Health degree from the University of Louisville School of Public Health and Information Sciences, and a Bachelor of Science in Public Health degree from Indiana University O’Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs.
Taylor’s first career aspirations were to be a professional figure skater. Had her small town had an ice rink she might have gone on to the Olympics, instead of earning her public health degree and meeting her husband at Indiana University.