Ingram’s Karate Center has been offering quality Martial Arts instruction to countless students since 1977 and is proud to be among the leading traditional Karate schools in the nation. Founded by John and Cindy Ingram and now run by their daughter, Sheri Ingram-Angwin and Jennifer Davenport, the Ingram’s program continues to be a beacon of top notch instruction with a personal touch.
John and Cindy’s oldest daughter, Sheri Ingram Angwin now runs Ingram’s Karate center along with life long Ingram’s student and instructor Jennifer Davenport.
Sensei Sheri has been practicing Isshinryu Karate since 1982 and is currently a 6th degree black belt.Sensei Sheri competed on the U.S. fighting team who defeated England in 1993.She took 3rd place in the Isshinryu World Championships in Kata in 1997.Sheri won the GOLD medal at the 2000 AAU National Karate Championships.More recently, she was chosen to be on the U.S. team to compete at the World Championships in Scotland. The team was comprised of the top 5 women and 9 men from all over the United States.Sensei Sheri then went on to win the GOLD medal in fighting at the 2001 National Championships in New Orleans – making it the second year in a row as the National Champion in the Women’s Lightweight Division! Sensei Sheri is Florida’s Regional AAU Referee.