Adam Sanderson Named Senior Vice President, Corporate Communications for The Walt Disney Company

Adam Sanderson has been named senior vice president, corporate communications for The Walt Disney Company. In this new role he will oversee D23: The Official Disney Fan Club and the Walt Disney Archives.

Sanderson is a 17-year veteran with The Walt Disney Company and was most recently the senior vice president, franchise management of Disney/ABC Television Group.

In that role he was responsible for launching, building, and sustaining franchises for networks including Disney XD, Disney Channel, Disney Junior, ABC Family, and more.

He also served as senior vice president, brand marketing of Disney Channels Worldwide and helped build High School Musical and Hannah Montana in successful franchises.

In his new role Sanderson will also be responsible for Disney Corporate Creative Resources, and will report to Zenia Mucha, executive vice president and chief communications officer of The Walt Disney Company. Jeffrey Epstein will continue to oversee D23 public relations, marketing, and fan relations, while Rebecca Cline will remain the director of the Walt Disney Archives.

Sanderson joined Disney in 1997. He is a graduate of the University of Albany with a Bachelor of Arts degree in communications.


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