WDW Magazine Staff Cred­its

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CARITA ABER­NATHY

Carita Aber­nathy is a So­cial Me­dia Di­rec­tor and Writer for Dis­neyt­sumt­sum.com and runs her own Dis­ney Blog site Vi­car­i­ous­ly­dis­ney.com

SHAN­NON BONADURER

Knowl­edge­able, pro­fes­sional, en­thu­si­as­tic and car­ing. Shan­non has worked with The Dis­ney Com­pany in its Fairy Tale Wed­dings De­part­ment for 12 years and Celebrity Wed­ding Plan­ner David Tutera for 3 years. Shan­non has over 20 years ex­pe­ri­ence in the travel in­dus­try and in­nu­mer­able vis­its to the Walt Dis­ney World® Re­sort. Shan­non of­fers per­son­al­ized travel con­sul­ta­tion and plan­ning. Her in­valu­able ad­vice and price­less in­sider tips, com­bined with her un­prece­dented knowl­edge and per­son­al­ized ap­proach re­sult in the de­liv­ery of a truly one-of-a-kind, dream va­ca­tion ex­pe­ri­ence. Shan­non of­fers per­sonal ex­per­tise in travel to all des­ti­na­tion op­tions in­clud­ing cruises, Car­ribean des­ti­na­tions, Hawaii, and other lo­ca­tions around the world. Those with dis­abil­i­ties will find a friend in Shan­non. Hav­ing a child with mul­ti­ple dis­abil­i­ties pro­vides unique knowl­edge and in­sight for per­sons trav­el­ing with spe­cial needs. Whether you de­sire a ro­man­tic get­away, a fun-filled fam­ily trip, or just a break from the ev­ery­day, let Shan­non and Des­ti­na­tions To Travel be your guide to your Dream Va­ca­tion.

RUSS BROWN

Russ is a full time teacher and chil­dren's book au­thor from the U.K. He has five pub­lished pic­ture books, many of which he works along­side Jamie Cosley, these in­clude Poppy's Planet!, Mon­sters in my Math Book and their cur­rent book The Me­chan­ics of Me­chan­icsville. He runs a story start on­line ac­tiv­ity for writ­ers, free, from his web­site.

JAMES AND LISA CAMERON

James and Lisa Cameron are mar­ried and par­ents of two young chil­dren. They are the co-au­thors of the web­site “Home is Where the Mouse Is,” where they share their Dis­ney ex­pe­ri­ences and ways to in­cor­po­rate Dis­ney magic into their daily lives. Lisa is an El­e­men­tary Read­ing Teacher with a pas­sion for cook­ing and party plan­ning. James is a stay-at-home dad, Free­lance Tele­vi­sion Di­rec­tor, and ama­teur pho­tog­ra­pher.

GREG GAINES

Greg is the founder and ed­i­tor of Vinyl­ma­tion­world.com. Over the past 4 years, he has built Vinyl­ma­tion­world.com into the goto place for all thing Vinyl­ma­tions. He has also trav­elled the coun­try over the past 4 years re­port­ing the lat­est news and in­for­ma­tion from the Dis­ney, Marvel and Star Wars col­lectible world. When not work­ing on his web­site, he loves to spend time at Walt Dis­ney World with his wife and 3 daugh­ters.

JESSI KIMBLE

Jessi Kimble works for Des­ti­na­tions To Travel LLC as a Dis­ney Des­ti­na­tions Travel Agent and in the Ac­count­ing De­part­ment at Gun Lake Casino. She re­sides in Plain­well, Michi­gan with her teenage son Gavin and res­cue kitty, Mon­key. Jessi still dreams that she may one day be able to live at Walt Dis­ney World. And, if that hap­pens, you are all in­vited to visit.

JEREMY LEICHTENBERG

I got bit by the Dis­ney mouse in 2012. What started as a 2 day trip to Walt Dis­ney World quickly turned into a pas­sion for our fam­ily. While we have al­ways loved Dis­ney movies, we had no idea how mag­i­cal Walt Dis­ney World could be. We have since re­turned 3 times, and are al­ways plan­ning our next Dis­ney va­ca­tion. One of my twin daugh­ters first words was “Min­nie” They are be­com­ing ad­dicted to Dis­ney just like their dad! Help­ing peo­ple plan their mag­i­cal va­ca­tions brings a big smile to my face. It doesn’t get much bet­ter than see­ing fam­i­lies en­joy­ing their va­ca­tions be­cause of your help!

KARYN LOCKE

Karyn Locke, is a travel writer from Ohio that has a pas­sion for all things Dis­ney and a han­ker­ing for Dole Whip Floats at least three times a week. Also cre­ator and blog­ger for Sand and Snow…and Ev­ery­where in Be­tween! , she’s happy to give Dis­ney tips to any­one that asks and is pleased as punch that her fam­ily shares her love of the most mag­i­cal place on earth.

KATHLEEN LO­GAN WOLFE

Kathleen Lo­gan Wolfe is an Art Di­rec­tor and So­cial Me­dia Man­ager by day and en­tre­pre­neur morn­ing, noon and night. Her pas­sion for Dis­ney be­gan at the age of 6 and the fire still burns bright! She is the au­thor of the Get Down to Dis­ness® Daily Agenda Book, which is the prod­uct of plan­ning 20+ (and count­ing) WDW and Dis­ney­land over the years. Please visit www.get­down­todis­ness.com to learn more.

KIMBERLY MASIMORE

Kim, a Walt Dis­ney World Col­lege Pro­gram Alumni (Spring '97), has been col­lect­ing Dis­ney Pins long be­fore it was "cool". In ad­di­tion to work­ing on cre­at­ing "the next great novel", Kim has writ­ten cur­ricu­lum for her school dis­trict. When not plan­ning her next Dis­ney va­ca­tion, Kim hangs with her two awe­some kids who also love every­thing Dis­ney. In her spare time, she teaches mid­dle school and dreams of be­com­ing an Imag­i­neer.

DANNY MCBRIDE

I'm from Long Is­land, New York and al­ways in need of a Dis­ney fix! Luck­ily, as the So­cial Me­dia Di­rec­tor of WDW Magazine and Dad's Guide to WDW, I get to see amaz­ing Dis­ney photos and in­ter­act with fel­low Dis­ney fans through­out each and ev­ery day. My fa­vorite Dis­ney World at­trac­tion is The Haunted Man­sion, and my fa­vorite ho­tel is Dis­ney's Poly­ne­sian Vil­lage Re­sort!

TERRI MILLER

Terri Miller is cre­ator, owner and a writer for WDW Hints. Terri en­joys all things Dis­ney, es­pe­cially re­search­ing tips, tricks and lit­tle known things about the Dis­ney parks (and then shar­ing them with you!)

STEFANIE PAT­TON

Stefanie Pat­ton (or The Princess) is the daugh­ter of Dad from Dad’s Guide to WDW. She’s a fre­quent con­trib­u­tor to all that Dad does as well as an in­spi­ra­tion for most of his work.

MELISSA RICHESON

Melissa lives with her hus­band and four boys on Florida's beau­ti­ful Space Coast. When they're not rid­ing at­trac­tions at Walt Dis­ney World, you can find them rid­ing waves at the beach. Their fam­ily now also en­joys a piece of Dis­ney par­adise at home, thanks to the hit HGTV show "My Yard Goes Dis­ney."

DANNY SHUSTER

Danny Shuster is a graphic and web de­signer liv­ing in Hamil­ton, On­tario. Tech­nol­ogy, travel & food are his pas­sions, and he loves ex­plor­ing them along­side his wife in the world of yesterday, to­mor­row, and fan­tasy at WDW.

STEPHANIE SHUSTER

I’m a life-long Dis­ney devo­tee, liv­ing in Hamil­ton, Canada and dream­ing of WDW ev­ery day. For me, Dis­ney is more than a va­ca­tion des­ti­na­tion - it's my home away from home, a place to cre­ate trea­sured mem­o­ries, and a life­style. As the Di­rec­tor of Oper­a­tions for WDW Magazine and Dad’s Guide to WDW, I have the best job in the world - shar­ing Dis­ney love, all day ev­ery day! If you’d like to con­nect, fol­low me on so­cial me­dia!

DAVE SHUTE

Dave Shute by day is a busi­ness strate­gist and on nights and week­ends writes your­firstvisit.net, which Lee Cock­erell, former Ex­ec­u­tive Vice Pres­i­dent of Dis­ney World’s Parks and Re­sorts, calls “as­ton­ish­ingly help­ful”

LYNN SVENSON

Lynn blogs over at Thep­ho­tog­ra­pher­swife.com, where you can fol­low her fam­ily trips and see videos and thou­sands of photos taken by her hus­band, Brett Svenson (who can be found at www.facebook.com/dis­neypho­to­snap­per).

CARL TRENT

Hi. My name is Carl Trent and I have the great­est job in the world. As the Pub­lisher of WDW Magazine and Dad from Dad’s Guide to WDW, I get to spend all my time think­ing about and writ­ing about, and dream­ing of Walt Dis­ney World. It just doesn’t get any bet­ter than that."

COURTNEY VIC­TOR RUSS

Courtney lives in Cleve­land Heights, OH with her hus­band, Colin and daugh­ters Rea­gan and Sawyer. With a de­gree in his­tory, she is fas­ci­nated by the his­tory of/within WDW and loves to share her knowl­edge of it! She is so ex­cited to be writ­ing for the WDW Magazine and is al­ways look­ing for­ward to her next trip “home.”

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