Germaine Ingram is a consulting associate for the PA Project for Civic Engagement.
She is also a performance artist, choreographer, songwriter, vocal/dance improviser, and cultural strategist. Through choreography, music composition, performance, writing, production, oral history, and designing and leading artist learning environments, she explores themes tied to history, collective memory, and social justice.
Before pursuing an arts practice full-time, she had a 30-year career in the law as a litigator, law professor, and general counsel for a big-city school district. She serves on philanthropic and nonprofit boards dedicated to arts and arts for social change, including the Leeway Foundation, the Picasso Project of PA Citizens for Children & Youth, ArsNova Workshop.