"He is a cheerful giver, always ready to lend a hand, contribute an idea, offer encouragement to our students, staff and other volunteers," said Jimmy Hogg, Chairman of the Board. "He provides a valuable outreach into the business community and is a great asset to CIS."
Bill is committed to quality education in Walton County. A graduate of Monroe Area High School, he received his degree from Georgia Southern University where he was a student leader and athlete. He returned to Walton County to work and give back to the community he calls home. His father, Bill Inabinet, Sr., served as chairman of the Walton County Board of Education for several years. His wife, Blair, is a middle school science teacher in Walton County Public Schools. They have two young children and attend First Baptist Church of Loganville.
"It is such a pleasure to work with Bill," said CIS Executive Director Angela Yarman. "He takes his volunteer work as a serious responsibility, rolls up his sleeves and gets things done. He is also very thoughtful and analytical in the way he approaches challenges. He is one of many great volunteers we are so fortunate to have leading our organization, and is well-deserving of this award."