Bob Ingram graduated from high school in 1965 enlisting in the United States Marine Corp serving one year in Vietnam. After completing his military service, he obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice from Georgia State University while employed with the Federal Bureau of Prisons at the U.S. Penitentiary in Atlanta. In 1973, he was appointed a Special Agent with the Georgia Bureau of Investigation assigned to the Thomson Regional Office and served five years in that position. He was then promoted to Squad Commander of the State Organized Crime Squad, a position he held for the next four years. In 1982 Bob was promoted to Special Agent in Charge and over the next fifteen years supervised the Americus Regional Office, Conyers Regional Office, Special Operations, Behavioral Science, and Thomson Regional Office. He received his Master of Science Degree in Public Administration in 1988 from Georgia State University. He has been a P.O.S.T. certified Instructor since 1978 having instructed in different topics and published several articles. These presentations include death investigation, behavioral science, crime scene reconstruction, interviews and interrogation, and management and leadership. He is a graduate of the 159th session of the F.B.I. National Academy. On August 1, 1997, Bob was promoted to Inspector serving as supervisor of ten G.B.I. work units including seven regional offices, drug office, behavioral science unit, and training division in the Bureau. Bob Ingram retired after 27 years of service with the Georgia Bureau of Investigation on August 1, 2000. Since his retirement in 2000, Bob has been a faculty member at the Law Enforcement Command College, Columbus State University. Topics instructed include management and leadership, strategic planning and managing marginal employees. On April 1, 2011, Bob was appointed Chief Deputy of White County. Bob is married to the former Teresa Bourne of Sylvania, GA and has 4 sons. His family resides in Cleveland, GA.
Becky Galvin retired from the University of Georgia Athletic Association in 2007 as the Assistant Director of Academic Services for Student-Athletes. While employed with the Athletic Association, Becky also served as the UGA Dance Dogs Coach and Choreographer and was on staff with UGA Cheerleading. She currently serves as Assistant Director for the Athens YWCO. A graduate of Ball State University, Becky minored in dance and served as principal dancer for the BSU Contemporary Dance Theatre. In addition to her work in modern dance, Becky was captain and choreographer for the Ball State Cardettes a Rockette-style dance team. Becky’s diversity also includes stints in Show Choir choreography. Becky earned a Masters of Education in Student Personnel and Counseling from the University of Georgia where she continues to choreograph for dance teams, fitness programs and talent pageants. She helped establish the dance auxiliary teams at Valdosta State and choreographed their first productions. Becky has been involved with several “Dancing With the Stars” programs, serving as a judge, a pro and a star, most recently dancing with “The Athens King” in Dancing with the Athens Stars. Becky is married to Marc A. Galvin and has three sons, Bo, Robbie, and Luke, a beautiful daughter-in-law, Haley, and a wonderful grandson, Bennett. Marc, Becky, and Luke live in Watkinsville.