Holding a postgraduate degree in global business from the University of Oxford, Hilt Tatum IV serves as president of iPoint Capital Partners, a global asset management and investment firm. In this role, he identifies promising investment opportunities in addition to serving on the board for a number of iPoint’s portfolio companies. A philanthropic individual, Hilt Tatum IV also supports a number of charitable organizations, including Save the Children.
Benefiting underprivileged youth in 120 countries, Save the Children sponsors several campaigns to aid social initiatives such as public health, disaster relief, and education. One such campaign is HEART, or Healing and Education Through the Arts. HEART introduces disadvantaged children around the world to the creative arts, using painting, poetry, theatre, music, and more to foster emotional healing and development. The program works with children who have experienced trauma such as extreme poverty, the loss of a loved one, a natural disaster, or violent conflict. By introducing boys and girls from the ages of three to 14 to the possibility of creative expression, HEART allows them to share their personal experiences in a therapeutic manner.
Save the Children develops a unique HEART curriculum to best serve each child and community, passing the knowledge along to those who teach and care for children. Since its establishment, the program has reached more than 10,000 kids, with a goal of to reach 50,000 by 2015.
Hilt Tatum is CEO of Oxford Consulting Group - International business consulting