Archinya Ingram, Senior Vice President of Business Services and Chief Financial Officer, was recently elected as the Vice President and President-Elect for the Association of Business Administrators for Christian Colleges (ABACC). The vote occurred during the annual ABACC meeting held in Orlando, Florida.
By serving in this role, Ingram will be the first African American to serve as Vice President for ABACC. “Our members elected Archinya Ingram as a Board Member three years ago, and since then Archinya has proven herself a valuable member of the ABACC Board, especially in her most recent role as Chair of the ABACC Member Services Committee,” said Bruce Hoeker, President of ABACC.
“When it came time to elect our new Vice President and President-Elect to lead this almost 65-year-old organization, Archinya was a natural choice. Her passion for the Association, and especially for the members of the Association, along with her skill and abilities, make her uniquely qualified to fill this role,” said Hoeker. “As ABACC’s first African American officer of an ABACC Board, she represents multiple demographics of the ABACC membership and therefore, we believe, will serve the membership from a unique vantage point.”
After her two-year term as Vice President, Mrs. Ingram will transition to President.
ABACC, the Association of Business Administrators of Christian Colleges, is an international non-profit organization serving over 170 Christ-centered higher education institutions, focusing primarily on chief business and finance officers.