In the year 1954, one man had a dream to bring the creations of his company to life in grand scale, in a land where both adults and children could enjoy the pleasure of each others company together. With the enormous success of Disneyland in Anaheim, Walt Disney set his sights on Orlando, Florida to further realize this dream in an even larger setting. The title of this unnamed Florida Project would later go on to be world recognized as Walt Disney World. In this committee, delegates will be tasked in helping this dream be realized through their position in the Disney Company’s Executive board. This board will be tasked with a plethora of issues to combat, including: Dealing with labor unions and securing the land to actually build the park, losing employees that are enlisted into the Vietnam war, and securing the future of the company through an incredibly turbulent time in American history.