With an engineering background in-hand, Savannah Wexler is a project coordinator and entertainment professional on delicious dining destinations, shopping, and theme park experiences. Whether you’re building a state-of-the-art candy store or an amazing aquarium, Savannah is ready to coordinate even the smallest details.
Alongside her AOA team-mates, Savannah follows all stages of a project’s life-cycle. From the design phase, to the construction phase, to the final accounts, Savannah manages projects with budgets ranging from $50K to over $1B. And aside from a variety of budgets, she regularly works on a diverse set of projects. Restaurants, retail projects, theme park expansions – even nuclear power plant maintenance is within her wheelhouse. Savannah’s multi-talented and adaptable nature make her a powerhouse at AOA, especially as the company grows into even greater entertainment endeavors.
Savannah earned a degree in civil engineering from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. Post-grad, she held a variety of internships, but her most notable experience is with Walt Disney Imagineering, where she was fortunate enough to work on Disney’s largest ever land expansion and award-winning project - Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge. On that 17-acre, multi-billion dollar project, Savannah created presentations on construction progress for executive review, processed change orders, and performed take-offs for future land additions. Droids, light-saber depots, and digital death stars were part of Savannah’s day-to-day duties with Imagineering. Savannah’s coordination and attention to detail were a key part of making construction run smoothly.
At AOA, Savannah is a skilled, confident, detail-oriented coordinator with a demonstrated ability to deliver high-quality work that exceeds expectations. She is a resourceful team player with a collaborative approach to problem-solving. With a strong design engineering and project controls background, Savannah is able to assist and enhance guest experience starting from the very first “what if?”.