As a former WDW CM, current theme park travel agent and content creator, it's safe to say Victoria knows her stuff! As an African American and bisexual woman, she strives to advocate for diversity, mental health awareness and animal care. When not being a nanny, you can find her reading, binge watching, doing pilates or spending time with her 3 cats.
As a SoCal native, Saara has spent countless hours exploring the Southern California theme park scene. Her home base is the Disneyland Resort both as a Passholder and a former Cast Member. When it comes to theme park food she’s the ultimate resource! As a Black immigrant, Saara stays heavily involved in global politics and local activism, which offers her a unique perspective into the theme park world. When she’s not in the parks, you find her taking care of her larger-than-life Saint Bernard and two cats.
Most of Jeanine's dreams are set in theme parks. Raised by theme park enthusiasts, Jeanine got her first splinter at Six Flags Great Adventure, lost one of her first teeth on a churro at Universal Studios Florida, and may or may not have enjoyed being smuggled into Disney hotel pools in the late 90s. Now a legal assistant by day and environmental geosciences student by night, Jeanine is raising her own child in the parks while navigating an intense schedule and batting down the existential dread of capitalism's impact on the earth and its inhabitants.
Dave has spent thirty years telling immersive stories in theme parks, attractions and museums. He was creative director for the award-winning Warner Bros. World Abu Dhabi, a Guinness-World-Record-Setting 1.6m sq. ft. indoor theme park, as well as Universal Orlando’s groundbreaking Men in Black: Alien Attack. Dave was selected as one of Blooloop’s Top 50 Theme Park Influencers in 2018 and 2019. Learn more about him at linktr.ee/davecobb
Nathan Hartman is a professor of film by day and an award winning screenwriter and film producer by night (and day I guess). He also spent two years as a content creator and journalist for WDW News Today - covering all things Disney World. Previously, Nathan hosted and produced the podcast "Dreamfinders," where he spoke with Disney related creatives such as Imagineers, management, and cast members. Nathan also produced the documentary short "Small World" about the COVID-19 crisis and Disney World's months long closure. It was aquired and distributed by The New Yorker. Learn more about Nathan at nathanhartman.net