Kelly Ingram Mitchell holds a graduate degree in physical therapy and an undergraduate degree in exercise and sports medicine. Her experience exceeds 20 years in prevention services and injury management. Ingram-Mitchell previously served as executive director of a national therapy provider network and director of operations for more than 20 outpatient therapy centers.
She spent many years developing and implementing client-specific prevention and rehab programs, including post-offer testing, physical demand analysis, ergonomics, early intervention and on-site therapy models. Working overseas enabled Ingram-Mitchell to gain a significant understanding of the national needs related to the industry, as well as the similarities and differences that existed around the world. She developed a FCE Certification Program in 2000, and was a professional trainer for many years. In 2015, Ingram-Mitchell co-partnered with ISPA for a new, comprehensive protocol to include disability and compensation. The anticipated program launch is end-of-year. Her focus is on research and education, allowing marketplace leverage to best impact client results. In 2016 a Worker’s Compensation & Disability University is scheduled to launch. The passion Ingram-Mitchell has for clinical education and outcomes influenced her leaving the corporate world to begin this business venture. She recognizes the need for heightened education that will provide our profession with the tools necessary to service both pre- and post-injury claims. Ingram-Mitchell’s goal is to operate an organized, top tier group of experts and professional partners who will utilize the tools provided to best service Unify’s current and future clients. She is a member of JSEB, RIMS, Women in Small Business Organization, Women in Trucking, and American Trucking Association.