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Ingrid Ramos Nakamura | Vice President, Triangle Below Canal Marketing Services

Ingrid Ramos Nakamura | Vice President, Triangle Below Canal Marketing Services

Current Position and Past Experience
Ingrid Ramos Nakamura has over 15 years experience in product management and marketing, with the last six of those focused on higher education technology. She recently branched out on her own with Triangle Below Canal Marketing Services. Her most current project is with Akademos, an online college bookstore provider, developing a web-based textbook adoption tool to help faculty find and compare high quality, more affordable textbooks for students. She has previously worked with higher education companies ConnectEdu, EducationDynamics, and GoalQuest.

From 2003-2007, Ramos Nakamura worked for Williams-Sonoma corporate to build fledging home goods brand West Elm from niche catalog to mass market store and web retailer. Previous to that, she worked for the State of New Jersey. She has also worked at two ad agencies: Foote, Cone and Belding, now FCBDraft, and J. Walter Thompson, now JWT, both out of Los Angeles. Her first job out of college was as a substitute teacher in San Diego, CA; and she has tutored SAT skills for Ivy West and The Princeton Review.

Education, Honors and Achievements
Ramos Nakamura earned her BA in English from Boston College in 1996, and her certificate in Professional Publishing from Stanford University in 2000. She has also taken courses at The New School, UCLA, FIT, and NYU. She received her court-approved Accredited Professional Mediator certificate from the State of New Jersey.

Personal Details and Community Involvement
Ramos Nakamura lives in Tribeca, New York City. She is bilingual in English and Spanish. She has made a life-long commitment to volunteering, and has most recently volunteered with GoProject, a tutoring program for downtown NYC middle school students at-risk of failing.

You can find Ramos Nakamura on Twitter @HigherEdIngrid and on LinkedIn.

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