Mr. Grey Cleveland
Grey Cleveland earned his Bachelor of Science in Economics and Math from Georgia Tech in 1984. He is an accomplished technology executive with over twenty years experience combining business acumen and information technology management best practices to produce breakthrough results. He has broad financial services industry having started his career at SunTrust where he held leadership roles in the software development and infrastructure management divisions. Later, Cleveland served in various executive management positions at CheckFree Corporation, including roles as Senior Vice President of Procurement and Corporate CIO.
Currently Grey is Vice President of Technology Infrastructure at Crawford & Company in Atlanta. He lives in Marietta with his wife and two children. He has served on the Administrative Leadership Council at Mt. Bethel United Methodist Church where he is a member, and does volunteer work for MUST Ministries and the Salvation Army Adult Rehabilitation Center.
Mr. Cliff Culberson
Cliff Culberson earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Economics in 1973 and his Master of Science degree in Industrial Management in 1976. He has held positions as a systems engineer, information technology (IT) manager, and in IT staffing at various companies. Currently, he is with Modis IT Consulting.
Culberson and his wife, Anne Gwynn, have a twelve-year-old child. He enjoys coaching youth soccer and baseball, is active in alumni activities and with the Darlington School in Rome, Georgia, and is a member of Peachtree Road Methodist Church.
Mr. Richard House Jr.
Richard R. House Jr. was named president of CompuCredit in October 2000 and became a director in May 2001. House served as chief credit officer from the time he joined CompuCredit in April 1997 until being named president.
House has more than fifteen years of experience in the consumer credit industry. From 1993 until 1997, House managed and directed Equifax’s Decision Solutions division, the company’s quantitative analysis and modeling group. Prior to joining Equifax in 1991, he was employed by the JC Penney Company, where he held various positions in credit operations and credit policy.
House earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Economics from the Georgia Institute of Technology and a Master of Arts degree in Economics from Southern Methodist University.
Mr. Richard B. Inman Jr.
Richard B. Inman Jr. is the managing principal and founder of Iron Bridge Capital Partners in Atlanta, Georgia. Iron Bridge specializes in the development and financing of public/private partnerships, infrastructure, affordable housing and traditional real estate projects. It has particular expertise in developing in challenging locations. To date, Iron Bridge has developed projects valued at over $300 million, $175 million of which are on the island of Guam.
Inman started his career in New York as an investment banker, later moving to Atlanta. He acquired and sold two food companies for his own account. Over the past ten years, he guided the growth of a community bank from $250 million to $1.2 billion in assets. He served as chief executive officer of the Tucker Federal Bank and as chairman of the Executive Management Committee and Senior Loan Committee. He founded the bank's Asset and Liability Committee and served on the Asset Classification Committee and Board of Directors.
Inman is active in the community as a founder of La Societe des Tetes Grande and serves on the Board of Directors for the Cathedral Towers and Atlanta Soccer Park. He is chairman of the board of directors of Guam Education Financing Foundation. Previously he has served as president of Christmas in April-Gwinnett , chairman of the Board of Directors of the Georgia State Soccer Association and on the board of Emory-Northlake Hospital.
Dr. William A. Schaffer
William A. Schaffer, emeritus professor of Economics at the Georgia Institute of Technology, holds a Ph.D. in Economics from Duke University. He has directed major inter-industry studies for the states of Hawaii and Georgia and the province of Nova Scotia. In addition, he has published studies of the economic impact of various professional sports teams, festivals, and educational and cultural activities around the nation. He is the author or co-author of several books, including Cost-Benefit Analysis and On Input-Output Models and Regional Planning, and has consulted and testified on environmental questions, project feasibility, computer applications, and tourism impacts. His latest publication is the electronic Economic Impact Models for The Web Book of Regional Science at West Virginia University.
Dr. Schaffer acted as chair of the School of Economics at Georgia Tech from 1990-1997 and from 1999-2000, and has been on the boards of private corporations, the Georgia Tech Athletic Association, and several professional associations and journals. Most recently, he was president of the Atlanta Economics Club in 2000. Schaffer has also been a member of the International Council of the Regional Science Association and was president of the North American Regional Science Council from 1996-1997. He has been honored as a Distinguished Fellow of the Southern Regional Science Association and is a recipient of the Faculty of the Year award of the Student Government Association at Georgia Tech.
Mr. Mike Slavin
Mike Slavin has an extensive background in information technology serving in various leadership roles over a thirty year career beginning with Electronic Data Systems and firms including Insurance Systems of America and PriceWaterhouse. Currently, Mr. Slavin advises Fortune 1000 firms in the strategic use and deployment of technology-based assets and resources as Partner and Global IT Sourcing Practice Leader for TPI, Inc. Mr. Slavin earned his Bachelor of Science in Economics from Georgia Tech in 1976.