How Gina Rock Went from Tinker Bell into Disaster Recovery

Gina Rock was interviewed on a different type of podcast. This podcast is The Civil Engineering Podcast. Gina Rock talks about how she went from gymnastics to being an aerialist in the circus, flying high over Disneyland, and then into Public Assistance/FEMA as a Program Delivery Manager for Jacobs where she met and works with multiple types of engineers. She started with Hurricane Katrina in 2005. You need to listen to hear the whole story.
Click THIS LINK to listen to her interview.

Gina Rock autographed photo

If you would like an autographed photo from Tinker Bell or an autographed pin, visit her website;

If you would like to learn more about the Engineering Management Institute, here are their links:
Instagram………[email protected]…
LinkedIn Group..Engineering Management Institute……

*Gina Rock and I would like to thank Anthony Fasano at the Civil Engineering Podcast for this awesome interview opportunity.

About the Author

Joshua Shaffer
I am a two time published author of Disneyland history and fun fact books. My second edition has over 3,700 fun facts in it about Disneyland and Disney movies. In my spare time, I work on my next book. I also design Disney Fantasy Pins. For a brief time, I was a co-host on the Magic Behind The Ears podcast. I am also the Public Relations Manager for Gina Rock, the longest flying Tinker Bell in Disneyland history. She flew across the skies for the nightly fireworks from 1983-2005. I had a booth at D23 in 2017 where I premiered my books 2nd edition. It was nicknamed "The Disney Bible" because it is 700 pages long. I basically stood from 9:00 am to 7:00 pm every day for 3 days straight just talking about Disney stuff. I love all things Disney. If you have any questions about Disneyland or Disney Movies feel free to contact me and I will try to answer all your questions. If you haven’t already picked up a copy of my book, you need to do so. [email protected]

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