As president of Consumer Products, Games and Publishing (CPGP), Tasia Filippatos leads the team of world-class product, licensing and retail experts, artists, storytellers, and technologists who bring The Walt Disney Company’s iconic stories and beloved characters to life through immersive products and experiences enjoyed by millions of fans, families, and guests each day.
Under her leadership, CPGP creates and delivers products across a variety of channels, including Disney store, shopDisney, Disney Parks and our retail and e-commerce partners, as well as the world’s largest licensing organization spanning numerous categories. CPGP is also home to the Company’s games and interactive experiences businesses, and Disney Publishing Worldwide, one of the world’s largest publishers of children’s books and magazines.
Prior to becoming president of CPGP, Filippatos oversaw the CPGP business in Europe, Middle East, and Africa (EMEA) as senior vice president. There, she drove the development of commercial strategies spanning all product categories including toys, fashion, publishing, and games across the region, and oversaw Disney Store and shopdisney.com in Europe.
Filippatos joined the EMEA team in October 2018 after leading global communications and public affairs teams for both Disney Parks, Experience and Products (DPEP) and Disney Consumer Products and Interactive Media. In these roles, Filippatos drove transformative change across these global functions, instilling a business-driven communications approach to enhance the Disney brand.
Filippatos is a member of the CEO’s Diversity & Inclusion Council and of the Disney Cruise Line Board. She currently also sits on the Board of Directors for global charity Make-A-Wish International and serves on the Development Board of the Elton John AIDS Foundation.
Prior to joining The Walt Disney Company in 2008, Filippatos served in a number of senior level government positions in Washington, D.C. and began her career as a litigation attorney. She is an honors graduate of Claremont McKenna College and received her law degree from Georgetown University Law Center.