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2018 Inductees

Mark Eades
Mark Eades started working at Disneyland in 1972 after graduating from Santa Ana High School and while attending CSUF. He worked for Disney companies for more than many years, including on the EPCOT project and at Walt Disney Imagineering, and latger for projects at MGM, Universal and Warner Bros. Mark now works a freelance writer, photographer and videographer, and spends much more time with his wife of 40 years.
Stephanie Miranda
Stephanie Miranda is an Emmy award winning news producer with NBC4 in Los Angeles. Shortly after graduating with a B.A. in Broadcast Communications from Cal State Fullerton, Stephanie started her career as a producer at the NBC affiliate in Midland, Texas. She has also worked at the NBC affiliate in Tucson, Arizona and the ABC affiliate in San Diego, California. Stephanie is a wife, a mother and in her spare time, enjoys mentoring aspiring journalists.
Aaron Teats
Aaron Teats is in his 24th year with the Anaheim Ducks, his fifth as Chief Marketing Officer, where he oversees business intelligence, broadcasting, communications, community relations, entertainment, fan development, marketing, merchandising, publications/new media and social networking. He was a producer and director of the Ducks’ television and radio broadcasts from 1997-2007 and won an Emmy in best live sports category during the Anaheim’s 2003 playoff run.
Barry Westrum
Barry Westrum has over 20 years of food and beverage marketing experience and is now Chief Marketing Officer for Del Taco Restaurants. Westrum previously served as Executive Vice President of Marketing for International Dairy Queen and has 17 years of experience leading several concepts within Yum! Brands, most recently as Chief Marketing Officer at KFC. Barry is on the Board of the The BrandLab, which is dedicated to helping students explore opportunities in marketing and advertising.
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Mark Eades

Mark Eades started working at Disneyland in 1972 after graduating from Santa Ana High School and while attending CSUF. He worked for Disney companies for more than many years, including on the EPCOT project and at Walt Disney Imagineering, and latger for projects at MGM, Universal and Warner Bros. Mark now works a freelance writer, photographer and videographer, and spends much more time with his wife of 40 years.