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In June 2020, for my summer writing project, my teacher suggested that we write a podcast script.  The project took off, and I began writing and narrating the podcast called Rule Of The Bark. The podcast is told from a dog’s perspective, teaching humans how to raise their dogs.  Funny interviews and helpful tips are shared. Please consult a professional veterinarian before taking any advice from a dog on a podcast.


December 2021 marked the start of production of a new Podcast, We The Children, where I discuss climate change and global warming solutions. With help from the same production team of Rule Of The Bark, we tackle hard topics of caring for our planet in a somewhat less depressing way, and from a 10-year-old’s perspective.  I interview an expert each week, and Waldo The Wacky Weatherman will also bring his expertise and humor to talk about the interaction between weather and climate change over the years.  


As for a little bit about me, I own a dog named Ewok(which you would know if you have listened to Rule Of The Bark), a cat named Pax, and have two moms. My “Production Team”,  as I call it, consists of my Kindergarten/Second-grade teacher and friend, Clare Marder and… well… Me! When I'm not working on podcasts, you can find me in California working on magic tricks, chess, 3D printing, and my Rubik's cube.

Host & Co-Writer

Zachary Fox-DeVol

Clare Marder has been an educator of young minds since she started her teaching career in New York City over ten years ago. She grew up in Massachusetts and attended Sarah Lawrence College before earning her MA in Education at Pepperdine University. She enjoys reading, hiking and playing with her son, Jack. Clare is thrilled to help kids like Zach find their voices and make change in the world.


Producer & Co-Writer

Clare Marder

Over the last 25 years, Katy Fox has worked in California, where she gained extensive film and television production experience.  Credits include work on the classic independent film The Last Supper and associate producer of Campfire Tales and as a production associate on Taken, the Emmy award-winning SciFi Channel hit produced by Steven Spielberg and Leslie Bohem.  Katy has also worked on the production team on several of Christopher Guest’s films, such as For Your Consideration.  Katy then went on to produce the documentary AFTER KONY: Staging Hope, where she spent 8 weeks on location in northern Uganda.  Katy then went on to produce the documentary Halfway Home, which profiles servicemen and women who are struggling to readjust to life away from combat.  We The Children is Katy’s entry into podcasting production. Katy still resides in California, but now she lives with her wife, Carol, her son, Zachary, and their pets.

Carol is an Experienced Chief Operating Officer with start-up expertise and a demonstrated history of success in the healthcare and medical practice industry. She has strong entrepreneurship focused on population health, practice management, and disease management with expertise in operations, budgeting, leadership and culture building within a start-up environment.  She is excited to start this next chapter by assisting the team with the podcast. 

Co-Executive Producers

Katy S. Fox and Carol DeVol

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