John Inman ’87 elected to Presbyterian College board of trustees

John Inman ’87 elected to Presbyterian College board of trustees


John Inman of Atlanta, Ga., was elected to serve on the Presbyterian College board of trustees at its Nov. 2 and 3 meeting. Inman, a 1987 alumnus of the College, began his service on the board Jan. 1, 2017.

Inman serves as president of HMI Property Solutions, Inc., which manages the daily operations of the apartment assets. Over the course of his 23 years in the apartment business, Inman and HMI have managed up to 513 properties totaling approximately 3500 apartment homes. HMI currently owns and operates three properties, comprised of 265 apartment homes.

Before founding HMI with his father and brother, Inman spent seven years working for Bell South Advertising and Publishing Corporation, where he sold advertising for The Real Yellow Pages.

Inman is an active member of Peachtree Presbyterian Church, where he and his wife, Tish, have taught Sunday school for many years. He serves on the board of directors of the Atlanta Apartment Association, where he is the 2010 past president. He is currently the 2016 president of the Georgia Apartment Association. Inman also serves on the board of directors of the Georgia Apartment Industry Education foundation and is a proud member of an old and honored tradition of Atlanta, The Breakfast Club.

In addition, Inman served on the Pace Academy board of trustees for nine years, having been a part of the governance, advancement, and physical plant committees. He is also a past president of the Pace alumni association.



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