Board of Directors
Jessica Ingle is an Army veteran and homeschool mom. She previously supported military families with children with disabilities through the Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP) advisory board, and Texas Center for Disability Studies at the University of Texas at Austin.
As a disabled Army veteran and a mother of a child with significant disabilities and complex communication needs, Jessica is passionate about helping others with any disability. ImpAACt Voices was founded to encourage and support the Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) community.
Jessica resides in Northern Virginia with her husband and daughter and holds a degree in General Studies from Central Texas College.
Chris Klein has been using AAC for 42 years. He has been advocating for that long too and continues to be an advocate. Chris was given his first AAC device when he was six years old. It opened up doors for him to be mainstreamed, which opened doors for him to go on to college.
Chris holds a degree in kinesiology and a minor in business from Hope College. He has a Masters of Divinity from Western Theological Seminary. Over the last fifteen years, Chris has been trying to help the AAC community develop a voice, improve support, and help move the promise of living life to the fullest forward.
Chris is excited to serve as vice president of ImpAACt Voices, an organization with a clear vision and mission. Chris is dedicated to the work that ImpAACt Voices continues to do in moving the needle forward in many different areas of AAC.
Miguel Ingle is an U.S. Army retiree and parent of a child with significant disabilities and complex communication needs. He currently works as risk and financial advisor at an accounting and consulting firm. He previously worked as a chief of staff project manager at a financial bank holding company. Miguel holds a MBA in accounting & finance from Florida Institute of Technology.