Disney Executive Bob Billingslea to Retire Next Year
Bob Billingslea, vice president for corporate urban affairs of The Walt Disney Company, has announced he plans to retire next year. In his 42 year career with Disney, Billingslea has seen and done it all, including starting out as a senior personnel representative at Disneyland.
Currently, Billingslea serves on a number of boards on Disney’s behalf, including the Florida Endowment Foundation for Vocational Rehabilitation, the League of Black Women as well as several NAACP committees.
Additionally, he is an ambassador to the Boys & Girls Club of Central Florida, as well as a trustee for Bethune-Cookman University. If that weren’t enough, Billingslea also serves as an adviser to the Central Florida Urban League. Despite his retirement, the Disney exec plans to stay active in community affairs.
Billingslea’s retirement date is set for January 31, 2012.