Christopher G. Ingram
Christopher G. Ingram is an infantryman and veteran of Afghanistan. Prior to joining the Army, he taught international conflict at Louisiana State University and worked as a political consultant in local, statewide, and congressional campaigns. He previously worked on Capitol Hill as a foreign policy staffer in both the House and Senate and has a master's degree in International Affairs from American University. He currently resides at Fort Benning, Georgia, with his wife and their two miniature versions of themselves. He has been featured in Small Wars Journal and the Journal of Politics.
Recent articles from Christopher G. Ingram
6 Ways The Military Can Overcome Its Fear Of Failure
How do we change our mindset when it comes to failure?
Crucible Training Sucks, But There’s A Good Reason For It
On every level, a well-planned crucible event will pay great dividends to your organization going forward.
Innovative Leadership In The Military Starts By Leaning Forward
Lean into a challenge, and learn forward.