Allen had a 39-year career at Disney. His last position was President of Worldwide Operations for Disney's $10 Billion+ / 95,000 employee Walt Disney Parks and Resorts business. He was responsible for the company’s theme parks and resorts including the Walt Disney World Resort, Disneyland Resort, and Disneyland Resort Paris, Disney Cruise Line, Disney Vacation Club, "Adventures by Disney", and the line-of-business responsibility for Hong Kong Disneyland Resort and Tokyo Disney Resort. He was named “Most Influential Businessman in Central Florida” by the Orlando Business Journal in 2005 and has been designated as a distinguished alumnus by his alma mater, the University of Central Florida, and both UCF and the Rollins College Crummer Graduate School of Business have inducted Mr. Weiss into their Halls of Fame. As a former partner in Apollo Capital Management, Mr. Weiss was involved in company analyses to support potential acquisitions and management. Mr. Weiss had direct involvement in the acquisition of Chuck E. Cheese Entertainment in 2014 and currently serves on their Board of Directors. Mr. Weiss was also involved in the acquisition and negotiations for the sale of Great Wolf Resorts and became the Chairman of the Board of Directors for Great Wolf and later Executive Chairman. Mr. Weiss was also involved in the acquisition of Diamond Resorts International, which closed in Sept. 2016, and ClubCorp and currently serves on their Board of Directors.
Mr. Reyes has deep experience in both public service and private practice. His extensive public service in senior government positions includes service as a senior White House official and aide to the President of the United States; senior positions at the United States Department of Justice, including Deputy Associate Attorney General; Chief of Staff to the Associate Attorney General and as a chief legal counsel to the heads of both the Civil and Civil Rights Divisions. Mr. Reyes private practice provides strategic counsel to Fortune 100 companies regarding litigation with the United States Department of Justice; companies on various anti-trust matters; successful resolution of civil litigation in Federal court involving complex trademark and advising multinational organizations regarding compliance with a large range of regulatory matters including issues involving the FCPA, FATCA, OFAC, SOX, ITAR, the FAR and the Bank Secrecy Act (Anti- Money Laundering).
Mark is the President of Fenway Sports Management (FSM) – a global sports marketing firm that, alongside the Boston Red Sox, Liverpool Football Club, Roush Fenway Racing and New England Sports Network (NESN), make-up the Fenway Sports Group (FSG) portfolio of companies. In his capacity as President, Mr. Lev oversees all critical aspects of FSM’s business and is ultimately responsible for the firm’s growth, profitability, and strategic direction. As one its founding employees, Mr. Lev has played a key role in building FSM from a two-person agency into, what is today, a 35-person firm that serves as the entrepreneurial arm of FSG with revenues in excess of $30M and with offices in Boston, New York City and Boca Raton, Florida.