Friday, September 17, 2010

WDW Mama Wannabe

This morning I was doing my usual Disney website browsing and saw a little banner for the Walt Disney World Moms Panel.  They are looking for new recruits for 2011.  Out of curiosity I clicked on the banner.  Then I used the power of Goggle to find out what qualifies you suitable for the Moms Panel.  To my surprise, I found out that you don't HAVE to be a parent in order to be a member of the panel. 

With much hope of some pixie dust I filled out the 3 part applications and clicked send.

There have not been any women or men (yes, men) chosen as of yet that are not parents.  But, there is always a first and I am a firm believer that if you can dream it you can do it.

I would seriously be an awesome candidate for the Moms Panel.  For those of you who aren't in the know, the Moms Panel is a Disney operated group of people who are experts on all things Disney.  The panel members are chosen at the end of every year and not many people make it out of 20,000 applicants.  These chosen folks don't work for the Disney company but they do, in a way, represent it.  They answer questions on the Moms Panel website that folks all around the world ask in preperation for their upcoming trips to WDW.  Obviously the members of the panel need to be very factual, personable, and have a decent writing style.  It's an honor to be chosen.

The deadline for applications is tonight right before midnight and then there are a few more rounds before they choose the 2011 panelists. 

Maybe nothing will come of it but I think it would be awesome for me to be the first non-mom on the Moms Panel!


  1. I applied too. It is always exciting, but I certainly don't hold my breath on awaiting the results! :-) Good luck! I know that many of the questions the panelists answer do not have anything to do with traveling to Disney with kids. It is nice they open it to everyone.

  2. You have more Disney luck then anyone I know so I think you have a good chance!!

  3. Hi, Beth! Thanks for reading my blog!

    I agree with you, it's nice that Disney offers the chance to anyone. Especially to men. I'm glad that they aren't excluded from it. I know more "Disney experts" that are men actually!

    Good luck to you as well! Seems mind boggling that Disney has to choose such a small amount of people out of such vague application questions. I wonder how they pick the stand outs!