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Bethel Park High School graduate Sabrina Tatalias, a sophomore at Point Park University, recently visited Walt Disney World in Orlando, Fla., as part of the Rowland School of Business Disney Leadership Seminar.

Sabrina Tatalias
Sabrina Tatalias (at far right) attended the Rowland School of Business Disney Leadership Seminar.

“Disney really emphasizes how important the guest is, so I see how that can be applied to any business or job you take on and will drive results,” says Tatalias. She added “I will be pursuing a career in data science/data analytics, so I really value understanding the customer. This trip allowed me to obtain a lot of takeaways.”

Tatalias is the daughter of Dina and Bill Tatalias of Bethel Park. She is pursuing a Bachelor of Science degree in Information Technology from the Rowland School of Business at Point Park University in downtown Pittsburgh.

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