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Public Relations Manager for Tinker Bell

Gina Rock is the longest-flying Tinker Bell in Disneyland history. She flew across the skies for the nightly fireworks from 1983 to 2005. In November 2015 she found me online and asked me to write an article about what she has been up to since she left Disneyland. I wrote the article, we became friends, and then in June 2016, she asked me to be her PR manager. I get her on podcasts, handle her Tink-related issues, and sell her autographs for her.

If you would like to interview her on your podcast, please send me a message.


Click the button to go to the website dedicated to her.

My Disaster Readiness Pack

Educating Children-Readiness and Preparedness, Pre-Disaster

While working in the field serving disaster survivors who lost their homes and belongings it was found that children during post-disasters are not given the attention needed after a life-altering event.

The children I collected the art sketches from really enjoyed being a part of the process of recovery. I believe this was a strong indicator that teaching a child about pre-disaster readiness may also be invaluable as well.

My Disaster Art Therapy sketch program was a success, yet realized at the same time there is a huge need for kids to learn about extreme weather variances where they live.

I have put together a backpack that will encourage parents to teach their children early about flooding, hurricanes, fires, tornadoes, landslides, and manmade hazards.

The backpack includes a first aid kit, a sketchbook to draw a picture of what has occurred at their home, and instructions for parents to walk their kids through an evacuation scenario.

The child should be encouraged to place the backpack at the door to their bedroom and keep a favorite toy inside. They can include water, food supplies, and an emergency list of family, friends, and neighbors, as well as local community helplines. Attached is a special photo of Disneyland taken from the top of the Matterhorn in 2005, and a keychain where you can attach a GPS location tag, just in case of evacuation separation.
Teach your kids about earth science and why natural disasters occur.

For all questions please contact my Public Relations Manager, Joshua Shaffer at

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