Ingrid Carmona started her volleyball career in middle school in her home country, the Dominican Republic. Ingrid was a member of the Dominican Republic Junior National Team from 2003 to 2008, also participating with the Dominican Beach Volleyball National Team. During her time with both teams—indoor and beach volleyball, she had the opportunity to compete in multiple international competitions such as NORCECA, Central American Games, Youth Volleyball World Cup, and World Championship of School Volleyball.
In Fall 2008, Ingrid joined the California Baptist University Lancers womens volleyball team. During her time at CBU, Ingrid was a four-time, first-team All American and All-Conference honoree—named to the All-PacWest first team twice and named NCCAA All-American in her final two years. In addition, she was tabbed to the NAIA All-American first team for two years. At the conclusion of her playing career at CBU, she became the career leader in kills for the Lancers. The Lancers qualified for the national quarterfinals all four years, reaching the NAIA semifinals when she was a freshman and winning the NCCAAA title in her senior year.
Ingrid began her coaching career in 2014 at the Bronx Community College, where she coached for five years. Additionally, she has been coaching for the All-Star Empire Volleyball Club former All Star Volleyball Association since 2015, where she had have the opportunities to work in their Summer Virginia Beach Volleyball Camp and other High Performance Volleyball Camps in New York City. Ingrid had completed The Art of Coaching Volleyball Training program, and she is an USAV Coaching Accreditation Program (CAP) I certified.