Assistant Vice President, Community and Civic Engagement
Lois Ingland is responsible for the development and implementation of an integrated community engagement strategy for Atrium Health, a multifaceted health care system comprised of over 40 hospitals and 900 care locations. In this role, she and her team serve as liaisons between Atrium Health and the community, developing growth strategies and socially responsible programs that maximize relationships, collaborations and improve the health of the community. She founded the Atrium Health Serves program that contributes over 75,000 volunteer hours annually to non-profit partners, and the Atrium Health Gives Campaign which has raised nearly $50 million for local charities. Additionally, she leads a non-profit board strategy, optimizing the skills of leaders to benefit community organizations.
Lois currently chairs the United Way of NC board and Women United of Central Carolinas. She also serves on Second Harvest Food Bank board, Johnson C. Smith University board of visitors, Charlotte Chamber board of advisors, and the Charlotte Community Affairs Professionals Group. She is a member of Charlotte Women Executives, the Points of Light Corporate Service Council and a recent graduate of Leadership North Carolina.
Lois has been awarded the Duke Power Citizenship and Service Award, the United Way Campaign Leader of the Year Award and has led Atrium Health in receiving the NC Governor’s Service Award and the Spirit of NC Award.