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Tannika King

Director of Communications

Tannika was named director of communications in 2015 after serving as Darlington's director of media relations since 2004. As such, she is the school’s spokesperson and provides guidance to school leadership on matters related to communication. She is also editor of Darlington Magazine. Tannika holds a B.A. in Communication from Berry College. She is active in the community and passionate about the causes in which she volunteers her time. She is a past president and current member of the Sexual Assault Center of NWGA Board of Directors, a graduate of the Rome-Floyd Chamber's Leadership Rome Class of XXIV, and a past coordinator of Leadership Rome. Additional civic involvements have included service on the SPLOST Citizens Advisory Committee, Rome-Floyd Citizens for Progress, the Rome-Floyd Chamber's Young Professionals Planning Committee, local organizing committees for Hospitality House’s Walk a Mile in Her Shoes and the Dodge Tour de Georgia, the Board of Directors for the Greater Rome Convention and Visitors Bureau and the Rome International Film Festival, and as a mentor with Rome-Floyd Communities in Schools. Tannika has also participated in Harbor House Child Advocacy Center's Adult Spell Off and A Night to Remember: An Adult Prom to benefit the Alzheimer's Association.

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B.A. Berry College

Darlington launches new website

October 3, 2018
Darlington School’s website, www.darlingtonschool.org, has a fresh new look. The mobile-first site, which launched this afternoon, is a complete overhaul, including streamlined navigation, new content and more.

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Wester wins fundraising competition for Alzheimer's Association

May 14, 2018
Darlington Director of Communications Tannika Wester was crowned "Prom Queen" at A Night to Remember: An Adult Prom Saturday evening after raising more than $18,000 for the Alzheimer's benefit.

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Darlington Magazine Coming Soon

Communications | Tannika King , January 3, 2018
Keep an eye out for the winter 2018 edition of Darlington Magazine, which will arrive in mailboxes soon.

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Darlington Magazine Coming Soon

Alumni | Tannika King , August 17, 2017
Keep an eye out for the summer 2017 edition of Darlington Magazine, which will arrive in mailboxes soon.

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Darlington's Bruce, Jackson ('02) sweep Rome Celebrity Dance Challenge

August 8, 2017
Eight members of the Darlington Community put service beyond self when they agreed to participate in the 7th Annual Rome Celebrity Dance Challenge to benefit the Sexual Assault Center of Northwest Georgia this month. After months of practice and a variety of team fundraisers, contestants took the stage this weekend to show off their routines.

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4 Darlington teachers to compete in charity dance competition

March 28, 2017
Four Darlington teachers will take the stage in the 7th Annual Rome Celebrity Dance Challenge on Saturday, Aug. 5, at 7 p.m. at the Rome City Auditorium. All proceeds from this event benefit the Sexual Assault Center of NWGA.

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What Does a Confident Contributor Look Like?

Communications | Tannika King , February 9, 2017
This year, Darlington has had the opportunity to work wtih Atlanta PR and marketing firm Jackson Spalding to hone in on how we tell our story, and on Wednesday of last week, we shared this work with our faculty and staff.

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Are You Ready to RUMPUS?

Student Life | Tannika King , January 10, 2017
It's the most wonderful time of the year... and I'm not talking about Christmas. It's RUMPUS week here at Darlington! What is RUMPUS, you might ask? It's basically a weekend-long competition between day and boarding students and faculty in Darlington's six campus Houses. And it's more fun than you could ever imagine. But more than that, it is the best representation of "community" that you might ever experience.

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Darlington Magazine coming soon

Communications | Tannika King , December 22, 2016
Keep an eye out for the winter 2017 edition of Darlington Magazine, which will arrive in mailboxes in January.

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Wood Fellowship Provides Video Studio and Training

Academic Administration | Adrienne Forgette, October 7, 2016
Thanks to the Carla and Leonard Wood Distinguished Fellowship, the Upper School now has a video/photo studio space and mobile video unit.

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