BY AUBREY YEO
"As a third-grader, Kelly Lennon gave up her dream of becoming the first female president after realizing it was too difficult of a life choice.
In its place, she formed a two-step program: Get into UCLA, then find a way to work for the Walt Disney Company.
The graduating fourth-year theater student and new member of the Tokyo Disneyland Fantasyland team did just that.
'She grew up with me out on my various job sites as I traveled around the world to do installations,' said Kelly’s father, Ken Lennon, who works as a manager of show lighting design at Disney. 'It was clear to her, and clear to us, that one of her master plans was to work at the Disney company.'"
Check out the rest of the Daily Bruin article here.
Graduating fourth-year theater students Noah Holliday (left) and Kelly Lennon (right) will leave their positions as leaders in HOOLIGAN Theater Company and intern at Walt Disney Imagineering in Glendale to contribute to the lighting and design, respectively, for the Tokyo Disneyland theme park. (Aubrey Yeo/Daily Bruin senior staff)
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