Central Florida nonprofit leader Glen Gilzean Jr. will get paid $400,000 a year — $45,000 more than his predecessor’s pay, a 14% increase — after being hired to be the next district administrator for Disney World’s government.
The state-appointed Central Florida Tourism Oversight board applauded Gilzean’s credentials and his personality and defended his higher salary when the board approved his contract.
Tourism board Chair Martin Garcia said the higher salary was warranted, calling it “a very different job description. We are now functioning under a new legislative act.”
Gilzean, an Ocoee resident who previously was the CEO of the Central Florida
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