Jean Campbell has a Master of Science from Herbert H. Lehman College, Bronx, NY, in Education/Therapeutic Recreation (1980) and a Bachelor of Arts (1975) in Psychology from Empire State College.
She became certified in TESOL, Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages, in 2007.
Jean is a published book author, and a digital and print media magazine writer.
She is a former staff writer for the New York Nonprofit Press.
CDG’s “Can Do Street” produces custom-designed, early childhood virtual learning programs. Schools, nonprofit organizations, parents and caregivers can use the programs for distance learning.
Jean is a 2 x breast cancer survivor. She writes magazine copy and ghostwrites about breast cancer for health professionals and survivors. She was a breast cancer columnist for www.verywellhealth.com/jean-campbell-ms-429744.
Jean has presented at the Smithsonian on Multimedia Communications.
Jean, as executive director of D.E.B.R.A of America, testified before Congress on behalf of the Department of Defense in securing funding of $3 million for a US Army Mustard Gas research project.