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TFS announces promotions in Admissions Department
With the launch of the 2022-23 academic year at Tallulah Falls School, the Admissions Department is under new leadership.
Anthony Cox has been named Dean of Enrollment Management, and Wendy Jackson has been named Associate Dean of Enrollment Management.
"These long-committed employees will continue to deliver excellence in leading the admissions process for new families," said President and Head of School Larry A. Peevy. "They make a great team!"
Cox has been at TFS since 2018 and has a BA in Psychology and MPA from Piedmont College [University]; he also earned the Registered Enrollment Professional (REP) endorsement through the GACRAO Institute of Strategic Enrollment Management. Cox was the registrar and served in undergraduate and graduate admissions at Piedmont College before coming to TFS.
Cox's wife, Jennifer is an upper school teacher; they have three sons – two of whom attend TFS.
Jackson has been at TFS since 2015 and holds a BS in Finance and Accounting from Indiana University of Pennsylvania and an MBA from Kennesaw State University. Before coming to TFS, Jackson was the Executive Director of The Little School in Clarkesville.
Jackson is married to Jeff, a Georgia Power executive; they have two adult children, both of whom graduated from TFS.
"I am honored and humbled that Dr. Peevy has entrusted me with this opportunity to partner with Wendy to lead the Enrollment Services department at Tallulah Falls School," Cox said. "With a firm foundation in enrollment management best practices, we look forward to working to continue to manage this essential part of the admissions process. TFS is a unique place with exceptional students from Northeast Georgia and around the world. It truly is a privilege for my family and me to be part of a special community that cares for each other and strives for excellence in all areas."