An analytical chemist, John Ingram leads the science team at Joi Scientific. As Vice President of Science, he designs systems and elucidates theories underlying the company’s Hydrogen 2.0 technical process.
John is a retired Lieutenant Colonel in the U.S. Army Infantry and has 20 years’ experience in senior science, technology and program management positions with the Department of Defense and private sector. After retiring from the Army, he spent three years as an analytical chemist specializing in Liquid chromatography–mass spectrometry (LCMSMS) and Radiochemistry.
Prior to retirement, John worked in the Army Acquisition Corps where he served as assistant program manager for both the Javelin and THAAD missile systems, European liaison officer for U.S. tactical missile programs, and as the Army Science Advisor for U.S. Central Command, where he led the first Department of Defense “Energy in Expeditionary Operations” Summit.
John completed two tours as Assistant Professor of Chemistry at U.S. Military Academy in West Point for six years, where he managed the Photonics Research Center, co-chaired the Army Science Board biannual review for sensors and electronics, and taught general and advanced inorganic chemistry.
John was commissioned as an Infantry Officer in the Regular Army in 1989 after completing ROTC at the University of Idaho. He served as a platoon leader, executive officer, assistant operations officer, logistics officer, and company commander in several light infantry battalions.
He holds an MBA from Webster University and MS and BS degrees in Physical and General Chemistry from University of Idaho.