2008 Mary Anne Mang

In 1960, Mary Anne Mang wrote a letter to Walt Disney asking for a job. Walt received many such letters, but there was something special about that letter, and she was offered a position. Mary Anne started in the newly established sales promotion department at the Disneyland Hotel. A year later, she moved to Disneyland, and worked in the Convention and Tour Sales department. In 1972, she became the first woman to be promoted to the position of manager. For eight years, Mary Anne served as public relations manager, hosting royalty, celebrities, and other special Guests as they visited the Happiest Place on Earth. She also became a strong advocate for Disneyland Park as a community supporter. She helped found the Disneyland Creativity Challenge Program, which recognizes junior and senior high school students who are interested in the creative and fine arts. Mary Anne played a key role in consolidating all of the employee public service efforts into the company-wide VoluntEars program. Its mission is to foster opportunities for Disney Cast Members to contribute their time, expertise, and effort to make a positive impact on the community, while furthering the traditions and ideals of The Walt Disney Company. Mary Anne retired from the company in 1994.
 
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