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All About Chip

Chip recently retired from 30+ years of working for Disney. At the end of his career, he served as Director of Facility Asset Management, where he led a project management team primarily responsible for implementing an annual portfolio of recurring capital and expense projects across Walt Disney World theme parks, water parks, Downtown Disney, and ESPN Wide World of Sports.  Previously, Chip served as the Director, Architecture & Facilities Engineering and Integrated Facilities Planning at Walt Disney World Resort.  At A&FE he led a multi-discipline Architecture and Engineering staff who manage designs for rehab and renovation projects throughout the Walt Disney World Resort.  In addition, he led the team of project managers and planners who develop the multi-year reinvestment plan for the WDW Resort. Previous roles during his career at Walt Disney World include Project Manager, Program Manager and Chief Structural Engineer.

Prior to Walt Disney World, Chip worked with the US Army Corps of Engineers and as a consulting Structural Engineer.

He received both his Bachelors and Masters of Science degrees in Civil Engineering from Purdue University.  Chip is a Registered Professional Engineer (retired) in Indiana and Florida and holds memberships in the American Society of Civil Engineers, Tau Beta Pi and Chi Epsilon.

Previous community activities include serving on the Board of Trustees at St. Lukes United Methodist Church and Head Coach of the Orlando, FL Olympia High School Varsity Girls Lacrosse team. Currently, he volunteers as the Cosby Girls' Lacrosse assistant coach. He also serves on the Lower Magnolia Green Development Authority.

Chip is the husband of Terri, the proud dad of Wayne and Katie Carbiener. He has two grandsons who attend Grange Hall Elementary, and a pre-school-aged granddaughter. 

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