Catherine Ingram Sworn In As State Representative
Takes seat in Ohio House of Representatives to represent 32nd House District

Catherine Ingram (D-Cincinnati) was officially sworn in to the Ohio House of Representatives today as state representative for the 32nd House District. Ingram, elected to her first House term in November, will serve citizens in parts of south-central Cincinnati.

“It is truly an honor to represent the people of the thirty-second district and be their voice in Columbus,” said Ingram. “I look forward to getting to work on issues that matter most to our community, like access to quality education – regardless of race or income – and good-paying jobs to ensure a brighter future for all Ohioans.”

As a member of the Cincinnati Board of Education for over 20 years, Ingram served as president in 1996 and vice president in 1995.  In 2000, Ingram earned the prestigious honor of being just one of five board members in the state to be named to OSBA’s All-Ohio School Board. At the state and national levels, she served on OSBA’s Board of Trustees and Executive Committee and the Federal Relations Network.

A Cincinnati-native, Ingram earned her bachelor’s degree and master of business administration from the University of Cincinnati. She is an instructor at Northern Kentucky University and also works as a business consultant, seeking to advance key issues facing education as the local, state and federal levels. 

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