Join Us in Welcoming These New Nonprofit Leaders

Cam Ingram
Executive Director
N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission
The N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission named Major Cameron “Cam” Ingram as Executive Director of the agency after a nationwide search. He will transition into his new role on or before August 1. Cam, who has been with the Commission since 1997, previously served as the Major of Field Operations for the agency’s Law Enforcement Division.

Lisa Lowe-Hall
Executive Director
Women’s Birth & Wellness Center
Lisa Lowe-Hall, MHA started June 1 with Women’s Birth & Wellness Center, Chapel Hill, NC as Executive Director. Lisa was formerly Vice President of Health with Planned Parenthood South Atlantic. Her leadership and health background includes Duke University Hospital, WakeMed Health & Hospitals and Moses Cone Health System.

Heather Strickland
Executive Director
Raleigh Little Theatre
Heather joined Raleigh Little Theatre as their Executive Director in June. She served as the communications and development director at the N.C. Partnership for Children’s Smart Start program since 2013 and has also worked in marketing for the N.C. Department of State Treasurer and Carolina Ballet. Heather has been involved with Raleigh Little Theatre for 15 years as a volunteer, director, teaching artist, board member, and fight choreographer.

Alexis Vaughn
Chief Executive Officer
Habitat for Humanity of Durham
Alexis (Lexie) joined Durham Habitat as its CEO in April. She brings a wealth of for-profit, nonprofit, and government experience, with primary focus on finance, operations, and human services programs. Lexie has great versatility, having served as the country director for an international bank and a global nonprofit, led expansion efforts for art museums, and developed partnerships and funding relationships for major foundations.

Michael Ward
Director of Finance & Accounting
Michael Ward will join the DHIC team at the end of July. Michael was previously with ECM Head Start Project. He brings a great blend of passion for DHIC’s mission and experience in nonprofit, for-profit, real estate development, and public accounting to his new role.


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