You’re comparing Disney to other things…in practical terms that isn’t wise to do. And I’ve worked in several sectors as well…including that one.Business is business. The customer gets sunshine and rainbows but keeping the most valuable entertainment brand on the rails and protected requires a relentless focus on protecting the brand. Having worked in PR for corporate clients and Members of Congress, sharp elbows are required. Doing it for Disney and all it represents beyond the current share price - the history, the value of the brand, the billions of dollars it represents in revenue - that's on a whole different level. Not surprised Zenia started in political communications. It creates the right mindset for a post at a company like Disney.