Mike Webb has been named to the board of directors of Mississippi Home Corporation (MHC). Lt. Governor Tate Reeves appointed Webb to MHC’s Tax Credit Subcommittee, and will serve a six-year term expiring in 2020. Webb is the CEO of Iuka-based First American National Bank, where he has been employed for 18 years. He was chosen as Mississippi’s youngest bank CEO in 2000; he also serves as chief financial officer. Prior to First American, he worked for a super-regional bank in the Memphis and Tupelo areas.
Webb earned a bachelor’s degree in accounting from the University of Mississippi. He furthered his banking education by completing the Southeastern School of Commercial Lending at Vanderbilt University, and he was an honor graduate of the National Graduate Commercial Lending School at the University of Oklahoma. Webb also completed courses through the Risk Management Association and the Internal Audit School through Compass Bank.
He is a former instructor for the American Institute of Banking banker training program. He has served as chairman of the Resolutions Committee for the Mississippi Bankers Association; executive board member of the Mississippi Bankers Association and delivered the results and mediated the MBA Resolutions Committee platform at the 2007 MBA Conference and Convention Center in Sandestin, Florida. He is the current chairman of the MBA Mississippi School of Banking at the University of Mississippi.
Active in the community, he is a member of the Tishomingo County Development Foundation. Webb formerly served as a director for Habitat for Humanity and as a committee member for both the United Way Campaign Corporate Division and the Yocona Boy Scouts Campaign. He is also a former education and business committee member of the Community Development Foundation of Lee County; CREATE Workforce Development and the Memphis/DeSoto County Economic Council.
Webb and his wife, the former Amy Long of Fulton, have two daughters, Isabella, 14, and Amelia, 10.
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