Gregory D. Inman Appointed to LSU University College’s Advisory Board

09/02/2014 03:46 PM

BATON ROUGE – Gregory D. Inman, senior vice president of retail operations for Neighbors Federal Credit Union, has been appointed to LSU University College’s Advisory Board.


“From a young age, my parents emphasized the long term benefits of a commitment to academic excellence and the impact it would have on my future,” said Inman. “As a scholarship recipient, I know the value that earning a college degree provided me, and I’m thankful that going to college was not optional. Taking advantage of the opportunity to get a higher education is one of the greatest foundations a person can achieve, as it opens doors that otherwise may not exist.”


LSU University College’s Advisory Board is comprised of 26 business executives and community leaders. It is a strong and active board, and members participate in a number of activities and events, such as an Annual Meeting and Pigskin Preview hosted by LSU Football Coach Les Miles, the selection of University College’s more than 60 scholarship recipients and host/hostess to various LSU recruitment receptions.


“I am pleased that Gregory D. Inman has agreed to join the ranks of our University College Advisory Board,” said R. Paul Ivey, executive director of University College. “His involvement will offer a new perspective for this group, as we work in a cooperative effort to promote University College and to positively impact our students.”


“To be involved with University College and the guidance and direction they provide students regarding their educational plans and life goals is quite an honor,” said Inman. “To have this opportunity to be engaged with college students and speak into their lives at this critical time is something I’m really excited about. The decisions they make today will determine their future.”


Greg Inman serves as senior vice president of retail operations for Neighbors Federal Credit Union, the community’s largest credit union. Inman is responsible for providing strategic direction regarding sales and service for their network of 14 branches and member contact centers.


He is a graduate of Southeastern Louisiana University in management and an honor graduate of Southwest Credit Union National Association, or CUNA, Management School. Inman earned his Certified Credit Union Executive and Certified Lending Professional designation with CUNA through their Certified Executive Program. He was a multiple recipient of the President’s Council Award with CUNA Mutual Group, which is the highest honor recognizing leadership and superior execution.


Inman has been working in the financial services industry for more than 20 years. He is an active member of the CUNA Operations Sales and Service Council, serving as vice chair on the Executive Committee, chair of the Conference Committee, Member Resources Committee, Excellence in Operations, Sales and Service Award and Professional of the Year Selection Committee. Additionally, he serves as council representative on the CUNA Councils Forum with other leaders nationally from the six CUNA Councils.


Inman volunteers as a coach for youth sports and serves on the Advisory Council for Abundant Life Church in Denham Springs, where he has been a member for the past 20 years. He was recently appointed to the Board of Directors for Baton Rouge Green, a local nonprofit organization.


Inman celebrates 22 years of marriage to his high school sweetheart, Tonya, and is the proud father of three sons. He remains passionate about leadership development, team building and motivating persons to reach their full potential.


Since 1933, LSU University College has served as the portal of entry for students enrolled at LSU. Academic and personal success is the hallmark of a well-rounded student, and University College provides a foundation of support services for students beginning their academic careers at LSU. University College has two enrollment divisions: The Center for Freshman Year and The Center for Advising and Counseling. Additionally, University College offers retention-specific programs: Student Support Services, Ronald E. McNair Research Scholars and Summer Scholars. These academic support programs focus on particular student populations and are a significant part of the role and mission of University College.


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Posted on Tuesday, September 2, 2014