Stroll down memory lane with your favorite Disney films. With Stacey Malaret, Director of the LEAD Scholars Academy at UCF, you’ll review video clips from early films and discuss the princess character in each, their feminist traits – or lack thereof – and how these traits relate to what was going on at the same time in the U.S. women’s rights movement. You’ll end with the most current Disney princess films and show how much has changed over the years.
By participating in this program, you can expect to learn about the:
- History of Disney princesses;
- Relation of Disney’s release dates to the Women’s Rights Movement;
- Insight into various Disney princesses and their feminist/non-feminist traits.
This program is presented by Stacey Malaret and is hosted by the Winter Park Health Foundation.
How to join the Zoom Program:
Upon registration for this program, you will receive two emails:
• One email from Eventbrite: you can either disregard this email or save it for your records. No action needed with this message.
• One email from the Center for Health & Wellbeing: this email will contain your link to join the Zoom meeting. Simply select the link and the Zoom Meeting will launch. Please allow yourself five – 10 minutes before program start to launch Zoom and confirm your technology is properly working.
All CHWB Digital Education Programs are now presented with live captioning service. Please refer to your registration confirmation email for instructions on enabling live captions.
By participating in this program, you agree to the CHWB’s Gracious Space policy. Unless otherwise noted, all CHWB Digital Education programs hosted via Zoom are recorded and made available for on-demand viewing on WellbeingNetwork.org. If you prefer to be left out of the program’s recording, please leave your camera and microphone off for the duration of the program.
About Your Program Presenter
Dr. Stacey Malaret is the director of the University of Central Florida (UCF) LEAD Scholars Academy, a leadership development program for undergraduate students. Dr. Malaret teaches leadership studies, student personnel and strategies for student success courses at UCF. She is also a dissertation chair and dissertation member for several students in the Educational Leadership program at CityU of Seattle.
Dr. Malaret is originally from Orlando, Florida and attended the University of Southern Mississippi for her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology, graduating in 1996. She then graduated in 1998 from UCF with a Master’s degree in Student Personnel and in 2007 with her Doctorate in Educational Leadership. She has worked in the student development field since 1999. Dr. Malaret resides in Winter Park with her husband, Pedro, and their 12-year-old twins, Madison and Brandon, both of whom attend Glenridge Middle School.