Several park leadership changes are in the works — and it appears that one of them has already taken effect!
Earlier this month, The Walt Disney Company announced a wave of leadership shifts.
These changes included appointing new park presidents for both Disney World and Disneyland, naming Josh D’Amaro the Chairman of Disney Parks, Experiences, and Products, and shifting Rebecca Campbell into the role of Chairman for the Direct-To Consumer sector. And now, Disney announced a change to its financial leadership.
Bob Iger has played a unique role within The Walt Disney Company amidst the current closures. Despite stepping down from his former position as Disney CEO on February 25th, Iger is still very much one of the faces of the Walt Disney Company right now. He has played an active part in steering the company through the current situation, and his comments paint a picture of Disney’s current — and future — state.
Disney World, Disneyland, and Disneyland Paris will soon have new leaders.
Today, CNBC and Josh D’Amaro officially shared that there is going to be a shift in leadership.