Walker County Board of Education President Brad Ingle will serve a second term as District 7 director for the Alabama Association of School Boards (AASB).
Ingle, who began his first two-year term on the association’s board of directors in 2017, will be formally installed for his second term during AASB’s annual convention in Birmingham Dec. 3-5.
“Brad has shown true dedication to his role in the association,” said AASB President Gwen Harris-Brooks. “He continuously works hard as a leader and advocate for Alabama’s public schoolchildren.”
Ingle, a member of the Walker County school board since November 2008, said he is pleased to continue serving the association.
“I’m honored to have another opportunity to represent District 7 school boards alongside my peers on AASB’s Board of Directors,” Ingle said. “I am thrilled to continue working with the association to develop outstanding school board members and strive for educational excellence in our Alabama schools.”
Ingle has been actively involved in AASB throughout his time on the school board, having served on the Budget and Finance, Bylaws and Board Training Advisory Committees.
Demonstrating a strong commitment to professional development as a school board member, Ingle has attained the master level in AASB’s School Board Member Academy, earning over 200 training hours.
Brad attended Wallace State Technical College, where he studied heavy equipment and welding and is employed as a supervisor for Drummond Co., Inc.
As District 7 director, Ingle represents the Fayette, Greene, Hale, Lamar, Marion, Pickens, Sumter, Tuscaloosa, and Walker County school boards; and Winfield, Tuscaloosa, and Jasper City school boards.