Nov. 11, 2019 |
Harding University added Texas businesswoman Lindy Lunceford Ingram to its board of trustees on Oct. 17, 2019.
Ingram is the co-owner of Lone Star Behavioral Health, a psychiatric hospital and the Houston area’s largest behavioral health partial hospitalization and outpatient program. Lone Star utilizes equine-assisted psychotherapy and specializes in treating mental health issues, alcohol abuse and drug abuse. Ingram currently serves as the chief operating officer and chief financial officer for Lone Star Behavioral Health and other companies she co-owns with her husband, Nathan.
In addition to her executive leadership roles, Ingram is a certified medical compliance officer and a certified instructor in nonviolent physical crisis intervention. She donates her time as a member of several community and charitable organizations.
Ingram graduated from Harding with a bachelor’s degree in business systems analysis and a master’s in business administration. She and her husband live in Magnolia, Texas, and have three children and nine grandchildren.
Ingram will attend her first board meeting when the group convenes again in May. Her appointment brings the number to 25 men and women serving as Harding’s governing body.