Uli Ingram is a GIS and geography instructor at Kennesaw State University. She has an undergraduate degree in international affairs from KSU, and a Master's degree in geography from Georgia State University.
Uli's Master's thesis examines the appeal of mega-churches in metro Atlanta, and includes a spatial analysis of the distance mega-church attendees are willing to drive to their church. Uli has worked in the field of GIS, specifically utility mapping for more than six years. She is proficient in several GIS software applications, including the ESRI arcGIS suite, Miner and Miner's ArcFM, and PDA's Origin extensions.