Ingrid serves on the Development and Alumni Relations and Governance Committees. She co-chairs the Host Family Task Force and serves on the Campaign Steering Committee. She has enthusiastically involved herself in her children’s’ schools and on the Family Advisory Council for Science and Management of Addictions. She has served on the boards of the Daywalka Foundation and the Museum of History and Industry. She has been a Guardian ad Litem in the King County Court System and a participant in the Seattle Chamber of Commerce Inner City visits, which have given her a breadth of experience that few can match.
Ingrid has traveled extensively internationally with some of these organizations, and has also taken many humanitarian aid trips to Moldova, Romania, Asia, India, Africa, and South America. Her passion for taking action against sex trafficking in Nepal and India led to her co-producing the Emmy Award-nominated documentary, “The Day My God Died.” Ingrid attended the University of Stockholm in Sweden, and the University of Washington, where she received a B.A. in Art and in Scandinavian Language and Literature Studies in 1967.
Today, Ingrid lives in Seattle, WA, with her husband, Stan. She is also the mother–in-law of Pippa Bond, ASSIST Scholar at the Taft School (1988/89) and a former ASSIST Board member, and has interviewed as part of an ASSIST team in Europe.