|Barbie as Rapunzel: A Creative Adventure (2002)||(President)|
|Rescue Heroes: Meteor Madness (2002)||(President)|
|Rescue Heroes: Hurricane Havoc (2001)||(Executive Producer)|
|Fisher-Price Learning in Toyland (1996)||(Executive Producer)|
|Stay Tooned! (1996)||(Executive Producer)|
|Stay Tooned! (1996)||(Contributing Writers)|
|Stay Tooned! (1996)||(Main Character Voices)|
|Saturday Night Speedway (2004)||(Testers)|
|JumpStart Animal Adventures (2002)||(President)|
|Fisher-Price Outdoor Adventures: Ranger Trail (1999)||(President)|
|JumpStart Music (1998)||(President)|
|JumpStart Spelling (1998)||(President)|
|Fisher-Price Great Adventures: Wild Western Town (1997)||(President)|
Graduation from Long Island University with a degree in Marketing and a minor in Accounting, Joel got drafted. Once out of the service, Joel began working in educational media development. Starting as photographer, writer, and educational film producer. Joel’s next venture was to found his own video development company, JFAV, and then his first software companies Pelican Software.
Selling that company he and his business partner Susan Decker founded The Cute Company, which was purchased by Davidson & Associates, Inc. Joel remained on a President of The Cute Company, re-named Funnybone Interactive for seven years, seeing the company grow from 30 to over 110 employees. Joel as been a serial entrepreneur for the past twenty years and now helms the business management / personnel side of Polkadot Place.
Last updated: Feb 19, 2007