Carlie L.

Carlie is a college student studying medical herbalism. She has over 6 years of experience as a caregiver for newborns to seniors as a babysitter, nanny, and in assisted living facilities. Her references say she is thoughtful, engaging, and sweet. One of the families she cared for said, “Carlie was a great help. She was laid back, attentive, and worked well for me and my family.”

Natese T.

Natese worked as a nursing assistant in a hospital for 17 years. Natese finds joy and fulfillment while mentoring kids in her community. She also has experience as an in-home care provider for children and seniors. Natese’s references say she is loving, engaging, and has a good work ethic. A colleague at the hospital said, “I’ve seen her with all ages, infants-elders. She is great with them, very caring, and was concerned about things others might not be. Natese always went above and beyond. She was very dedicated, dependable, and very professional. Natese is a little quiet and reserved, but very funny when you get to know her. She is very respectful too. I definitely recommend her.”

Keisha S.

Keisha has her degree in arts and is currently studying public health/health science. She has over 7 years of experience as a caregiver for newborns to school-aged children as a babysitter and in the church nursery. Her references say she goes above and beyond, trustworthy and engaging. One of the families she cared for said, “My kids love Keisha! She makes my kids open up. She has a special touch with kids that makes them respond well to her. When she shows up they are thrilled. You don’t have to repeat yourself to her, she is very smart.”

Terri C.

Terri had 26 plus years working for a Commercial Airline as a Flight Attendant working with all ranges of ages, races and people with disabilities. Terri served as a primary liaison between the Captain and all crew members, providing leadership and direction and sometimes worked in extreme and difficult situations acting calmly and professionally. Terri raised one daughter and has two grandchildren that she cares for as needed. She currently babysits for friends and has experience volunteering with school-age children at an adventure camp. Terri has provided elder care to her mother and her mother-in-law who recently passed from Alzheimer’s. Terri still has a lot of love to give and knows that the most important job in the world is caring for a child or an older person always making sure they are happy, comfortable and safe! Terri’s references say she is punctual and a good communicator. One reference said, “She is excellent! Reliable, always willing to help, willing to take on challenges, and very friendly. I ran a kids adventure group and she supervised kids 7-13 years. She helped me run group activities, etc. She was really an asset. She is so caring and capable.”