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Andrew Tatnall joins NW Metro Atlanta Habitat for Humanity as the Vice President of Development

October 21, 2016

andy-tatnall-head-shotAndrew Tatnall joins NW Metro Atlanta Habitat for Humanity as the Vice President of Development. Tatnall brings over 20 years of experience and skills in corporate fundraising, operations management and optimizing not-for-profit organizations to his role with NW Metro Atlanta Habitat. In his last role, Tatnall was the Major Gift Officer/Corporate Partnerships at the American Red Cross, Metro Atlanta chapter.

“I’m very excited about joining NW Metro Atlanta Habitat and support its continued growth in Cobb, Douglas and Paulding counties,” said Tatnall. “I look forward to partnering to build homes with deserving families and also creating strong communities.”

An alumnus of Emory University and Georgia State University, he has held many positions in healthcare administration, including administrator to WellStar Kennestone Hospital. In his community leadership, Tatnall sits on the board of counselors and served as the scholarship committee chair for Oxford College of Emory University; and served on the advisory board of Good Samaritan Health Center of Marietta.

“Having Andy join our team will help us continue expanding our presence and work in Northwest Atlanta,” said CEO David McGinnis. “His broad experience and community contacts are a true asset and we are all very excited to have Andy join our team. We are going to accomplish great things together with our partner families.”

Tatnall and his family reside in Marietta and are active members of First Presbyterian Church of Marietta.

About NW Metro Atlanta Habitat for Humanity:

NW Metro Atlanta Habitat for Humanity, an affiliate of the international organization, works with the community to provide safe, decent, affordable homes to deserving, well-qualified families in Cobb, Douglas and Paulding counties. Celebrating its 30th anniversary, the affiliate has built over 465 homes since 1986. For more information, visit

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