An attorney for almost 20 years and a Pike County native, Calloway-Ingram received her bachelor degree in interdisciplinary studies at Georgia State University and was a 1991 graduate of Georgia State School of Law.
She has practiced law in the superior, juvenile, magistrate and probate courts of Georgia.
Calloway-Ingram was the initial director of the Griffin Judicial Circuit Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) divorce mediation program.
She remains active in her community, serving as president of the Pike County Arts Counsel, Molena Fest coordinator for the Molena Civic Club, former board member of the Pike County
Chamber of Commerce and coordinator of Third Friday on the Square, which produces monthly musical performances.
She was selected after interviews of sixteen well qualified applicants.
The public is invited to attend Calloway-Ingram’s investiture, which will be held at noon Friday in the Pike County Courthouse courtroom.
Her duties as Pike County chief magistrate will begin June 1.