Nick Franklin

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This article is about the business executive. For the baseball player, see Nick Franklin (baseball).
Nick Franklin
Born San Diego, California
Education MBA
Alma mater Princeton University (BA), University of Pennsylvania (MBA)
Occupation Executive Vice President, Walt Disney Parks and Resorts, Next Generation Experience
Spouse(s) Kathy Franklin

Nick Franklin is currently Executive Vice President of Next Generation Experience at Walt Disney Parks and Resorts worldwide. His duties include the development of new experiences at the Disney parks and resorts worldwide, and monitoring and enhancing user experience. Prior to that, Franklin was Executive Vice President of Global Development and directed operations of Walt Disney Attractions Japan and Disneyland International, supporting Disney's association with The Oriental Land Company, the third-party operator of Tokyo Disney Resort in Japan. Franklin was also responsible for the growth of new and existing Walt Disney Parks and Resorts, in particular Disney resorts in France, Hong Kong and Japan.

Franklin began his Disney career in Disney's Corporate Strategic Planning department, where his primary responsibility was working with Parks and Resorts on key decisions and long-term strategy for all of its business units. Franklin also was part of the ESPN Zone Opening Team. He was then promoted to Senior Vice President, International Development in 2003 where he oversaw the improvement of Disney Parks worldwide. Franklin was again promoted in 2007 to his current title.[1]

Franklin is an officer of the board of trustees of the Greater Los Angeles Zoo Association.[2]

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