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A Universal Orlando Success Story
Stacie - Supervisor, Entertainment Scheduling

Career Path
Stacie came to Universal Orlando® (UO) with a background in theater, and a love of amusement parks, so starting her UO career as a Stage Assistant gave her a chance to combine two of her passions. Later, wanting to try something different, Stacie accepted a seasonal assignment as an Entertainment Coordinator. At the end of that assignment, Stacie accepted a new position as an Entertainment Tech Coordinator where her job duties included revising training documents, doing walkthroughs and scheduling. Stacie also took on a seasonal supervisory role during this time as Assistant Stage Manager for Halloween Horror Nights®. Willing to try new things, Stacie eventually became a Scheduling Specialist for Entertainment, and later Sr. Scheduling Specialist, before being promoted to Supervisor of Entertainment Scheduling.

Best Career Decisions
Stacie has stayed at Universal Orlando because of the people she has worked with and how UO treats its Team Members. She has dedicated herself to consistently performing well to take her career where she wanted it to go. She sought challenging assignments, like facilitating training for the scheduling system, and ways she could try new things and add value to the company.

Best Advice
“Take responsibility for your own growth. Those who do that get the most satisfaction.”

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