I was a child actress and spent many years around kids who believed their wildest dreams were possible. As a nanny, it's my goal to make sure the young people I look after feel the same way. Now that I'm a grown-up, and pursuing a career as a comedy screenwriter, I'm extremely grateful for my time with kids, the funniest and most clever people around.
I have experience working with children from ages one through ten years, and with multiple siblings, including twins. I've had the great privilege of nannying for families all over Manhattan and Brooklyn, helping kids with everything from potty training to learning to read and write. I bring a warmth and patience to all the activities I do as a nanny.
I also attended Columbia University, where I studied film, and where I learned to be rigorous, and a detail-oriented problem solver. I take nannying very seriously, even when I spend the day laughing with the kids over a good Dr. Seuss book, or playing with them in our favorite local sandbox.
Having co-founded and run a non-profit theater company, I value teamwork, creativity, and resourcefulness. I encourage those traits in children every chance that I get. Rather than watch TV on a rainy day, I like to help kids make homemade play dough or use found objects to create an art project. I find my work as a nanny incredibly rewarding. I'm very lucky to participate in a job in which I get to see kids marvel at the world around them and to engage in the process of exploration and discovery every day!