Production Team

Jean Campbell, Director — Concept Design, Story Lines/Scriptwriter is a published book author, magazine writer and former staff writer for a trade paper. Ms. Campbell earned a BA in Psychology from the State University of New York and an MS in Therapeutic Recreation from City University of New York, Lehman College. During the past 40 years, she founded five corporations and designed and developed over 100 educational, health care and social services programs for youth and adults and raised over 100 million dollars in grants to support these initiatives.

John Diczok, Director — Business and Operations, earned a BA in Economics/Political Science from Fordham College, an MBA in Marketing / Finance from Fordham University and a degree in Financial Planning from Oglethorpe University. He has an entrepreneurial background which includes working in the United States, Russia and China. He has over 20 years experience in the financial services industry and 26 years experience in the telecommunications industry.

Jesper Sandell, JEC International — Production, Animation, Design and Webmaster, is President and Creative Director of JEC International, a multimedia company specializing in animation, graphics, motion graphics, web design, and video and post video production. Visit JEC International at:

Mena Dolobowsky — Illustrations And Design, has over 26 years of experience in creating illustrations for children for educational and trade publishers. She re-created the original “Can Do” Street characters for their 2010 debut, as well as rendering all page design and illustrations for the “Can Do” Street website. Her clients include Avon Books, Penguin Books, Simon & Schuster, Workman Publishing, McGraw-Hill, Scholastic, Oxford University Press, Pearson Educational Publishers, Gourmet Magazine and McCall’s Magazine. To see more of her work visit her at:  

Joseph Marranca III, ThirdCathode LLC — Webmaster, is President of ThirdCathode LLC, a unique web consultancy that combines a mastery of technology and marketing with business practices like knowledge management. He has more than 17 years of experience building and managing web sites, including 13 years focusing on the full project lifecycle in large enterprise environments in the insurance, software, and telecommunications industries. Visit ThirdCathode at:

Pat Sirulnick — Script Writer, holds permanent New York State teacher certification in Common Branches and in English. Ms. Sirulnick has a bachelor’s degree in English and a master’s degree in education. She has worked often with Jean Campbell in the development of educational programs, which included writing training manuals and other related materials. Ms. Sirulnick has also written user’s guides, handbooks, curricula for business writing programs, and various business and government proposals. She currently teaches in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.

Doug Katsaros — Theme Song And Music, Grammy winner and Emmy nominee Doug Katsaros has played and arranged for Frank Sinatra, Rod Stewart, Gloria Estefan, Sinead O’Connor, Kiss, Bon Jovi, Marlo Thomas, Donny Osmond and Elton John. He has written for the Ringling Brothers Circus, as well as the Macy’s 4th of July Celebration and Thanksgiving Day Parade and has been a guest conductor of the Boston Pops. His Broadway and Off-Broadway credits include footloose (Conductor), The Rocky Horror Show (Orchestra), Laughing Room Only (Composer), Hair (Star), A...My name is Alice (Composer), Just So (Composer) and Orphan Train ( Composer). He wrote “By Mennen!” Visit Doug at:  

John Kilgore, Kilgore Studios — Voice Recording, has over 40 years of experience in the recording industry. His clients include Lou Reed, Bernadette Peters, Smokey Robinson, Harry Connick, Jr, Pete Seeger, Michael Bodeen, Johnny Rogers, New York City Opera and the NY Philharmonic Education Department. To learn more about Kilgore Studios facilities and other clients visit at:  

Sabine Probst, Sabine Probst Design — Game Animation, is a New York based Art Director, Graphic Designer, and Interactive Web Developer for profit and non-profit companies. After her initial training in business (Germany) she changed her career to the field of graphic design. Having worked for over 10 years as an art director for Reader’s Digest, she now works independently with a strong focus of interactive design. Some of her clients include American Express, Bank of America (agency), Consumer Reports, Disney, NYCOSH, New York Magazine, and Swatch Watch.  

Rhonda Diczok — Editorial Services, attended Ohio State University and received a degree from Tobe-Coburn College. She work as an assistant editor for Ladies Home Journal and then began offering her editorial services as a freelancer. Ms. Diczok edited Jean Campbell's book, a "Priest and his Parish." In addition to providing editorial services for, she edits the other websites owned and operated by the Campbell Development Group.  

Jason Goodrow — Game Animation, is a freelance developer based in Manhattan. He specializes in Actionscript and custom content management for the web.