Todd Inmon Director of Finance
Todd Inmon joined Propeller with over 10 years of experience in financial management and consulting across a variety of industries. During his career, he has developed a passion for serving as a trusted adviser to owners and managers of innovative growth-stage companies. While thoroughly understanding the financial minutiae is core to his work, he’s also interested in making sure his clients succeed by understanding what the numbers fundamentally mean to their business and advising on how to use that knowledge to drive growth.
Todd began his career in KPMG and Deloitte’s transfer pricing and economic consulting practices focusing on creating tax-efficient business structures, developing global pricing structures, and conducting M&A due diligence across a variety of industries. Afterwards, he worked as an outsourced CFO for quickly growing entrepreneurial companies in the CPG and professional services sectors as a Director at ChurchillTerry & Associates.
More recently, Todd opened a successful microbrewery outside of Houston and served as the CFO and leader of all things accounting and finance. In addition to managing the numbers, he wore multiple start-up hats including customer development, marketing, operations, and production strategy – helping to dramatically grow the company’s production capacity, revenue, and market footprint.
Todd’s experience serving large global clients and small, fast-paced startups provides unique insight into how to use financial data to think strategically about current operations and provide data-driven advice to managers.
Todd holds a BA in Business and Psychology from The University of Texas at Austin, as well as an MBA in corporate finance and alternative asset management from SMU’s Cox School of Business. He currently lives in Austin and enjoys spending as much time outdoors as possible, including on the nearby lakes and in the Texas hill country. When not hiking, kayaking, or mountain biking around town, he can be found spending time searching for new records to add to his collection, listening to live music, being bad at yoga, or cooking dinner and watching a documentary with his fiancé Larissa.