Walt Disney World Moms Panel Gets Name Change

Sources have announced that the Walt Disney World Moms Panel has received a name change: The Disney Parks Moms Panel.

In addition to the name change, Disney has also released the list of the 19 new members who have joined the ever-expanding panel. For 2013, the company has also added two Team Sports Moms who will help assist guests with all youth-related activities at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex.

Meg Crofton , president of Walt Disney Parks and Resorts Operations, U.S. and France, said:

Since launching in 2008, the Disney Parks Moms Panel has answered countless questions from travelers considering a Disney Parks vacation. Known for their sound and practical advice, the panelists continue to be a great resource, helping even more guests make unforgettable Disney memories.

Applications for this year’s panel opened in September 2012, and 19 new members were added. Those members are:

  • Allison Lemme ; Plano, Texas ( Walt Disney World )
  • Angie Gregg ; Hummelstown, Pa. (Team Sports Mom)
  • Audra Anders ; Dunwoody, Ga. (Team Sports Mom)
  • Courtney Bautista ; Fresno, Calif. (Disneyland Resort)
  • Derek Hoffman ; Washington, D.C. ( Walt Disney World )
  • Jackie Gailey ; Savannah, Ga. ( Walt Disney World )
  • Jacqui Clark ; Chicago, Ill. ( Walt Disney World )
  • Kari Krueger ; College Station, Texas (Disney Vacation Club)
  • Kimberly Lucci ; Bridgewater, N.J. ( Walt Disney World )
  • Kristen deHaan; Puebla, Mexico (Adventures by Disney/Aulani)
  • Mandy Milhoan ; Greenville, S.C. ( Walt Disney World )
  • Marcy Galloway ; Cincinnati, Ohio (Disney Cruise Line)
  • Miguel Olmo-Rodriguez ; Guaynabo, Puerto Rico (Spanish-language)
  • Mona Leigh Guha ; Columbia, Md. (Disney Vacation Club)
  • Raquel Cummings ; Cedar Hill, Texas ( Walt Disney World )
  • Sherri Cuda ; Crete, Ill. ( Walt Disney World )
  • Stephanie Gibbon ; Brantford, ON ( Walt Disney World )
  • Wilma Norton ; St. Petersburg, Fla. ( Walt Disney World )
  • Yael Londono; Dania Beach, Fla. (Spanish-language)

The company also plans to revamp the existing Moms Panel website to offer more informative blog content, new features and mobile-friendly options. To learn more, please visit DisneyParksMomsPanel.com.


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