Dorchester Habitat for Humanity is pleased to announce Brent Tatum as the newest addition to its Board of Directors.
Tatum is the owner of Mosquito Squad of Greater Charleston and Savannah/Hilton Head and brings a wealth of knowledge to the table with his experience in entrepreneurship, marketing and financials. With a Master of Business Administration from The Citadel, Tatum is confident that he can help increase the awareness and financial growth of Dorchester Habitat for Humanity.
The Mosquito Squad of Charleston founded the Protective Barrier Spray in 2005 to help outdoor lighting installers ‘fight the bite’ while working. Since then, they have protected more than 100,000 backyards. Their mantra- Passion. Service. Education. Giving.
No stranger to the nonprofit world, Tatum plays a heavy role in Malaria No More, and has recently taken a mission trip to Cameroon, Africa to see the effects and progress his company’s contributions toward educational programs and awareness about malaria have made.
“I want to be a part of a bigger picture,” Tatum said. “I want to contribute to my community and bring my daughters into it as well. They need to learn it’s not all about them, that there is a greater need.”
“Dorchester Habitat for Humanity is blessed and thankful to have Brent on board,” said President and CEO Jaye Elliott. “His years of management experience in all aspects of business will greatly benefit our non profit organization.”