Meg Crofton, former president of Walt Disney Parks and Resorts’ U.S. and France operations, has been honored for her service to the company with a window on Main Street, U.S.A. at the Magic Kingdom. This tradition honors those individuals who have made a significant contribution to the Disney company. Crofton joins fewer than 200 individuals who have received this distinction at Walt Disney World, including such greats as Roy O. Disney, Richard Irvine, Ub Iwerks, Frank Wells and Lee Cockerell.
Crofton’s window reads “Center for Leadership Development & Mentoring” and has an illustration of shaking hands. Her name, Meg Gilbert Crofton, is followed by the quote: “We start leaders on their journeys.” Her window can be found on the left side of the street across from the Crystal Arts store.
Crofton worked at Disney for 35 years before retiring in June 2015.
News source/photo credit: Orlando Sentinel