Charles S. Ingersoll, Jr.
Mr. Ingersoll possesses a deep understanding of mission-driven organizations and the trends, opportunities and challenges facing the nonprofit sector. He brings extensive experience working with boards and search committees delivering executive search and integrated talent management solutions.
Mr. Ingersoll brings 22 years of executive recruiting experience. Prior to entering the executive search profession, Mr. Ingersoll spent eight years recruiting executives for presidential-appointed positions within the U.S. Departments of State and Commerce, and the U.S Information Agency. He served in the White House in the Office of Presidential Personnel during the Reagan Administration.
Mr. Ingersoll's past association and nonprofit CEO searches include: National Governors Association, American Gaming Association, Portland Cement Association, ISACA, America, Council on Better Business Bureau, National Constitution Center, Atlantic Council, U.S Institute of Peace ,Lutheran Services in, JA Worldwide, Lutheran World Relief, Volunteers of America, National 4-H Council,
Educational Development Centers, Miller Center at University of Virginia, Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Grand Rapids Museum of Art and Jocelyn Museum of Art and Wolf Trap foundation for the Performing Arts.
Mr. Ingersoll has completed chamber of commerce CEOs searches for the following cities: Greater Washington Board of Trade, DC Chamber of Commerce, Greater Detroit Regional Chamber of Commerce, St. Louis Regional Chamber & Growth Association and the Virginia Economic Development Partnership as well as others.
In addition to his work in nonprofit, Mr. Ingersoll also leads the firm's Public Sector Practice.
Mr. Ingersoll's clients in the public sector have included: Amtrak, US Securities and Exchange Commission, Federal Housing Finance Agency, FDA, U.S. Department of Transportation, PBGC, Transportation Security Administration, FAA, FDIC, Federal Election Commission, Federal Reserve Board of Governors, Virginia Department of Transportation and the US House of Representatives.
Mr. Ingersoll is on the board of Junior Achievement of Greater Washington. In addition, Mr. Ingersoll is also a member of the American Society of Association Executives and the American Association of Museums.
Mr. Ingersoll received a bachelor's degree in political science from Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut.