Darlington School: Alumni Spotlight: Meet Strom Mull (’06, LD’12)
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Alumni Spotlight: Meet Strom Mull (’06, LD’12)

Vicki Vincent | February 28, 2020 | 515 views

Our Meet the Alumni Council series allows the personalities of our alumni volunteers shine through. The Darlington Community is fortunate to have such a strong group of alumni willing to share their time and talents to better our school!

Strom Mull (’06, LD’12) lives and works at Darlington School as Assistant Director of Boarding Admission. Strom also serves as class agent and is the “mom” of a Golden Retriever Missy.

Let’s get to know Strom in today’s installment of our Meet the Alumni Council series: 

Where did you grow up? 

Rome, Georgia

How long have you served on the Alumni Council?

3 years (I think)

Tell us a little about your family:

My family is from Rome and most of them still live here! I have one younger brother, Robert (’10) who lives in Charlotte, N.C.

What music is playing in your car?

Taylor Swift (ha ha)

What's your favorite podcast?

S Town

Who was your favorite teacher at Darlington (and why)?

Mr. Cox and Mr. Kinney. They were passionate about learning and made learning fun! They also were really funny and had no problem calling us out.

What's your favorite movie?

Clueless

My favorite trip was...

Paris, France with my parents

If I could travel anywhere it would be....

Italy

My favorite Darlington memory is...

Freshman year. I loved all of it!

Last book I read for fun was....

"The Turn of the Key" by Ruth Ware

Beach or Mountains?

Beach

E-book or Hardcover?

Hardcover

Four people I'd like to take to coffee...

Sara Blakely, Oprah, George W. Bush, my mom's parents (my grandparents)

The best advice I ever received was...

Don't take yourself too seriously

My hobby is...

shopping :)

Cats or dogs?

Golden Retrievers

Only my friends know I ...

love really scary books and movies

When I want to crush karaoke, my song is...

Party in the USA

My favorite saying is...

This too shall pass.

What I like most about Darlington is... 

the people!