Our mission is to create empowering tools for children that are entertaining and educational, developed across multi-media platforms. We want to encourage children to dream and believe that Anything is Possible. This concept is emphasized through the stories, each providing direction on what can be accomplished if children use their imagination, get their friends involved, tap into partnerships, and utilize the mentors in their lives. When children believe that Anything is Possible, they can find the pieces to pull off whatever they desire.
Daisy Button Adventures is an empowering series of stories about 7 multi-racial children who work together to maximize their talents, accomplish their goals, help their friends and have fun in the process.
Children today want heroes they can believe in. But more importantly, they want direction and guidance on how they can become heroes themselves. They want to make a difference in the world and we want to show them how by providing them with ideas and tools to achieve their dreams.
A good company delivers excellent products and services. A great one delivers excellent products and services and strives to make the world a better place! We plan on being the latter.
Our goal is to raise the consciousness of this generation of kids, provide the support to accomplish projects they feel the need to impliment, and become a resource that they can tap into.
Tracey T. Serebin – Chief Creative Officer/Writer
Tracey is a Serial Entrepreneur who started her first company at 19, delivering balloon bouquets, while still in college. At 25, she Founded and was President of a company that was the largest buyer of home furnishings in the country, with Sears and Montgomery Ward as two of her clients. Years later, Tracey went on to co-create an Advertising Agency focused on creating TV commercials for car dealers, becoming one of the largest buyers of TV time in the state of Florida.
While running her businesses Tracey started volunteering as a Guardian ad Litem volunteer in the early 90′s, became Vice President of the Guardian ad Litem Guild and then later started her own non-profit called For The Children to support the needs of children in Foster Care in Hillsborough County, Florida. In this role she interacted with social workers, psychologists, and teachers on a daily basis.
When Tracey moved up north she pioneered the first Family Coaching practice in the country providing life skills, communication tools, inner strength and social skills to children, as well as partnering with parents to help advocate for their children within the school system. For the last 10 years she has written articles, created curriculum for children, published two books, hosted her own radio show, and conducted workshops across the country.
Clubhouse Enterprises is her latest venture, pulling together her 20 years experience working with kids, and the last 10 years of helping several hundred children one-on-one by providing solutions to problems. The DB Adventures series is a culmination of her work developed into a fun, engaging, educational and entertaining endeavor married with cool technology.
On the personal side, Tracey is married and a mother of a very active 5 year old son. She loves being outdoors, speed walking in nature, and being at the beach. Tracey’s favorite past times are reading, traveling to new places, attending live sporting events, football season, and spending time with family and friends.
Lee Glynn – Artistic Director, Illustrator, Multimedia Producer
Lee has been an online designer and multimedia producer for the last 13 years with tampabay.com. Before joining the St. Petersburg Times staff, she freelanced as a designer and infographic artist for various educational publishers including McGraw-Hill, Houghton Mifflin, Weekly Reader, Grolier, MacMillan and Kirchoff-Wohlberg. Earlier in her career, Lee was an infographic artist at the Times Journal Publishing Company in Springfield Virginia, and then associate art director at McGraw-Hill’s Engineering News Record in New York.
More recently Lee has been involved with in various professional societies as a presenter, competition judge and proponent of the development of multimedia storytelling skills in journalism. Her portfolio and contact information can be seen at LeeGlynnDesign.com
On a personal level, Lee is a mother of two – a sophomore in college who aspires to be a professional ballerina and a senior in high school who loves his music and hopes to become a music producer. Lee and her family live in St. Petersburg, Florida. Lee and her husband love to travel to New Mexico and Europe. Lee also loves animals and enjoys writing about her pets on her blog – ChihuahuaWisdom.wordpress.com
Maryann Quartetti – Education Specialist
Maryann graduated in 2005 from USF St. Pete with a Masters of English Education. She has taught English and Reading at the high school level for six years. Her expertise and professional certifications include English 6 -12, Reading K -12, Special Ed K – 12, and ELA K -12. Most recently, Maryann has accepted a position as the Reading Specialist for the Estes Park, Colorado School District.
Maryann has four kids, two of whom are ELA. Though she will maintain her ties to St. Petersburg, Florida, Maryann and her husband are passionate about cycling and spending time outdoors, something they look forward to in their new home in Colorado.
Diane Lang – Educational Consultant
Therapist, Educator, author and Life Coach Diane Lang has dedicated her career to helping people turn their lives around and is now on a mission to help them develop a sustainable positive attitude that can actually turn one into an optimist, literally. A therapist and educator of Positive Psychology, she has seen that it can provide a strong foundation for finding great happiness and is gratified that it is becoming a mainstream method of treatment.
A parent herself, Lang has taught Positive Parenting to parents and written extensively on the benefits of using it with even the youngest children. She has also spoken or conducted seminars on postpartum depression, striving for balance versus having it all and practical tips on interviewing, networking and dressing for success and is the author of “Baby Steps: the Path from Motherhood to Career” & “Creating Balance & Finding Happiness”.
A therapist at the Universal Institute in Livingston, NJ Lang counsels patients with traumatic brain injury and substance abuse. Her clinical experience includes treating patients with different forms of mental illness, physical and emotional abuse and relationship issues. Lang is also an Adjunct in Psychology at Montclair State University; her college work includes mentoring students for individual career counseling and personal issue advisement.
As an expert in her fields of therapy, Lang has been featured in the Daily Record, Family Beautiful Magazine, Health & Beauty NJ, Family and Working Mother Magazine, seen on NJ 12 TV and the national television program “Fox & Friends”. She has also participated in a reality based Internet show, ourprisoner.com, hosted Generation X-tinet and appeared in various educational videos. In addition Lang writes a bi-weekly column In the Health section of Health & Beauty NJ magazine and shares her expertise on lifestyle issues on The WTBQ Expat Show.
Lang has an M.A. in Counseling and a B.A. in Liberal Arts from the New York Institute of Technology. Please visit her website for more information: www.dlcounseling.com
John Luciano – Editorial Director
John has been involved in the Editorial/Creative side of Marketing/Advertising/Public Relations for 20 years. He has worked on a wide variety of accounts and industries. John has been the Creative Director of several small New Jersey advertising agencies, the Publications Manager for an international trade association, the Public Relations Coordinator for a major New Jersey Hospital, and a Marketing Communications Manager for both The Prudential Insurance Company of America and MetLife.
John has handled hundreds of projects in all areas, from monthly newsletters to online web sites, broadcast TV and radio, to print brochures and electronic communications. He has supervised artists, graphic designers, copywriters, public relations departments, print production teams, audio/visual production, and electronic communication professionals.
John is also successful freelance writer. He has published several magazine articles, has written regular stories and two columns for newspapers, and was a reporter for the Vernon News. John is a published Comic Book author.
He lives in Jefferson Township with his wife, Ruby, and his three amazing sons: Tim, 15, and twin 10 year old boys, Kalen and Terry. He is an avid comic book collector, is very interested in movies, TV and politics, and loves living on Cozy Lake.