Jacquelyn Ingram MBA, LM, CPM, IBCLC
Jacquelyn Ingram is a licensed midwife (LM) and International Board Certified Lactation Consultant (IBCLC) and affiliated faculty member in the Maternal Child Health: Human Lactation major. She is a graduate of National Midwifery Institute, with an undergraduate degree from University of Alaska – Anchorage, and master’s degree from Aspen University. Jacquelyn’s work experience is diverse, spanning from rural to urban as well as in global, disaster, and nonprofit community settings. She is passionate about global health and sees midwifery and lactation as advocacy as well as clinical care, and as such is an active volunteer. She holds a board position on the National Association of Certified Professional Midwives, serves on the Equity Committee for International Lactation Consultant Association (ILCA), and supports many grassroots maternal child health programs around the world. Jacquelyn is the mother to three young children, wife to a surf-loving husband, and they love to be outdoors and explore as a family.
“I love lactation – empowering new parents to nourish their babies, holding space for learning and bonding, and educating the public about our profession. I am excited to be MCH faculty with Union Institute & University!”