Coach Marc Ingram
My name is Mr. Marc Anthony Ingram and I am from University City, Missouri, where I lived most of my life. My mom is a Saint Louisan, and my father is from Kingston, Jamaica. My father being from Jamaica gives me a great connection with my ancestral roots, which encouraged me to become a historian. This Jamiacan background also allowed me to appreciate the game of soccer, which I played through grade school. I graduated from University City High School May of 2001, and attended Talladega College in Alabama for a year. After attending Talladega for a year, I chose to come back home and pursue a career in Computers. I graduated from Vatterrot College with an Associates degree in Web Design and Multimedia Application Development. I worked with my brother, who at the time had a Technology business named Technical Solutions I, Inc. Here I worked with Nelly and other business associates for a couple of years. After working with my brother, I decided I wanted a career change, and me being very interested in history I chose to attend Harris Stowe State University to become a high school history teacher. There I would receive my Bachelors in Secondary Education with an emphasis on Social Studies. I have worked for Saint Louis Public Schools and University City School District as a substitute. 2014 was my first year as a classroom teacher at the historic Sumner High School. My second year of teaching was a new beginning here at Roosevelt High School. This is my 6th year here at Roosevelt and I'm still excited to be a Rough Rider to help better serve my community!