Jen Ingram, Senior Vice President of Equity and Inclusion, MidPen Housing
Jen moved to the Bay Area and joined MidPen in April of 2022 as the company’s first-ever Senior Vice President of Equity and Inclusion. In her role, she is responsible for strategic oversight and programmatic delivery of initiatives that advance the organization’s vision for Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging (DEIB).
Before joining MidPen, Jennifer traveled the path of entrepreneurship, founding and serving as the CEO of two companies: Calibrated Lens, LLC, a boutique global consulting firm with the mission of inspiring clients to facilitate sustainable change by centering equity and inclusion; and 3011Whitney, LLC, a real estate development company built on a legacy of strengthening communities through inclusion and belonging. Jen has impactfully served in leadership roles with a strong track record of success in bringing together leadership and key stakeholders to advance DEI strategies within top global brands in philanthropy (United Way) and two nationally ranked academic medical centers: Mayo Clinic and Henry Ford Health System.
When she’s not working, Jennifer enjoys spending time with her wife, SJ, and dog, Greyson. She loves sharing stories and imparting wisdom about coin collecting and ways it can be leveraged as an asset-building strategy. Through Numismatics Noir, she aspires to diversify the community of coin collectors. Jennifer also serves on the Board of Directors for Global Women 4 Wellbeing, Xavier University’s Center for Women in Business and Leadership Advisory Board and is a member of the steering committee of Greater Cincinnati Foundation’s Racial Equity Coalition, All in Cincinnati. A native of Metro-Detroit, Jennifer earned a graduate degree from Central Michigan University in Organizational Leadership and completed undergraduate coursework at Eastern Michigan University.