ATLANTA – (January 10, 2012) – The Atlanta CEO Council announced today that I. Sigmund Mosley, Jr. president of Imlay Investments, Inc. will serve as Chairman of the Board of Directors for 2012 and 2013. The Atlanta CEO Council was formed in 1999 and in the past decade has become the exclusive destination for C-level executives, investors, entrepreneurs and community thought leaders. Since its inception, the mission of the Atlanta CEO Council has been to create an environment exclusively for business executives looking to develop and maintain lasting relationships with their peers.
“I’ve been a member of the Council from the start and appreciate the value of the special opportunities it provides in building relationships in our community,” says Mosley. “The Council occupies a unique niche that connects successful entrepreneurs, investors and ideas.”
Mosley takes over leadership from Palaniswamy “Raj” Rajan, founder of the Atlanta CEO Council, Atlanta entrepreneur and CEO of Virima Technologies. “For 12 years, I’ve had the privilege of serving as Chairman of the Board of Directors. Sig’s reputation as a mentor and “godfather” is unparalleled in our community and we are fortunate that he is dedicated to leading this organization for the next two years. I know the ACEO Council will thrive under his guidance with help from our top-notch Board and support from our outstanding Sponsors,” says Rajan.
The Atlanta CEO Council will focus on several key initiatives for 2012 including reaching out to our most promising young entrepreneurs, creating opportunities for personal development through peer roundtables and facilitating networking.
“The Atlanta CEO Council is committed to broadening and sustaining a strong network for executives from successful and growing firms as well as those with great potential,” says Mosley.
About I. Sigmund Mosley, Jr.
Mosley is president of Imlay Investments, Inc. He received his Bachelor of Business Administration from Emory University in 1968. From 1968 to 1969 Mosley was employed by Peat Marwick & Mitchell as a staff accountant. He joined Management Science America, Inc. in 1969 as a staff accountant and served as Secretary-Treasurer from 1972 to 1990 and was a Vice President from 1982 to 1991.
Imlay Investments, Inc. is the personal investment company of John P. Imlay, Jr.
Mosley holds a number of directorships in private companies. In addition, he is a director of The Imlay Foundation, Inc., Techbridge, and Entrepreneurs Foundation of the Southeast. Mosley is a director of GATV, TiE, Southern Capital Forum, Atlanta CEO Council and TAG. He also serves on the ATDC advisory board and the investment committee of Gray Ghost Ventures.
About the Atlanta CEO Council
The Atlanta CEO Council was founded in 1999 by entrepreneurs to address the professional networking needs of C-level executives.
As Atlanta’s premier organization for executives, the Council welcomes over 1,600 entrepreneurs, C-level and senior executives and investors, as well as thought leaders from the community to our exclusive events.
Members of the Atlanta CEO Council represent companies that employ more than 50,000 people in the Atlanta region and generate over $10 billion in direct annual revenue for the local economy.
The Atlanta CEO Council facilitates valuable business relationships through executive networking, promoting entrepreneurship and encouraging community investment. For more information, please visit www.atlantaceo.org.