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Name: Ingram, Campbell
Current Position: Executive Officer

The Delta Conservancy’s first executive officer since its inception in 2010, Campbell Ingram received a bachelor of science degree in Natural Resource Planning and Interpretation from California State University, Humboldt in 1991.  

He joined the Peace Corps after college and traveled to Paraguay with his future wife, Kimberly, who he met at Humboldt.

Ingram worked as an environmental scientist for the CALFED Ecosystem Restoration Program in 2000-2004 during his time with the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation. He joined the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service in 2004, becoming a division/program chief responsible for executing various Central Valley Project Improvement Act restoration programs, in addition to the CALFED Environmental Water Program.

Ingram joined the non-profit Nature Conservancy in 2006, becoming associate director of the California Water Program before moving to the Delta Conservancy. While at the Nature Conservancy, his specific areas of support included the Bay Delta Conservation Plan, exploration of wetland carbon sequestration opportunities and South Sacramento County groundwater management planning.

Ingram’s career as the conservancy’s executive director began on March 7, 2011.


Delta Conservancy Names First Executive Officer (

Campbell Ingram: Delta Conservancy’s First Director (Humboldt Magazine)

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