Nicole is the Owner and Operator of College Nannies + Tutors of Gilbert. Nicole lives in Gilbert with her husband, Cameron, and her 2 furry children (pug and boston terrier), Chloe and Harley. Nicole has a Masters in Social Work and an MBA from Arizona State University. She found her passion working with children as a social worker working with teenage boys, and as a high school cheerleading coach in the Valley. Nicole also comes from a family of teachers and has done a lot of tutoring for different age groups. Nicole also has loved working with children in the NICU in the hospital setting. In her spare time, Nicole enjoys wake boarding, snowboarding, and photography. Her favorite food is any baked dessert and her favorite subject in school was Math.
Taylor is the Family Placement Coordinator at College Nannies + Tutors of Gilbert. She recently moved to Arizona from Las Vegas, where she was born and raised. Taylor attended the University of Arizona and is a proud Wildcat (but we don't hold that against her)! She has a Bachelor’s of Science in Family Studies & Human Development, with a minor in Child, Adult, & Family Services. Taylor has had a love for working with children since she started baby-sitting for her neighbors at a young age. After college she worked as a toddler teacher in a Montessori preschool and as a nanny before starting as the Coordinator at College Nannies + Tutors. Her favorite part about working with kids is when they are able to accomplish something they have been working so hard to do, whether it be learning their letter sounds or acing a math test! She loves helping people and making a difference in the lives of our families and nannies. When she isn’t interacting with families, nannies, and children Taylor enjoys watching her favorite TV shows, planning fun outings with friends, and playing board games!
Hey there! My name is Ashley and I currently go to school at the University of Arizona. My major is nursing and my minors are Family Studies and Human Development and Marketing. My goal is to become a pediatric nurse practitioner because I love helping children. I am a huge Wildcats fan and enjoy going to all the sports events, especially basketball! I am in a few clubs/organizations including student government and a nursing club. I love reading, cooking, hanging out with friends and watching movies. I am a very open person, and I love to try new things!
Hi! Here's a little about me: I grew up in the small town of Prescott Valley, Arizona. Being from such a small town, my childhood was mostly spent outside playing with my friends, cooking with my parents, and doing other various activities like school and going to church. I lived in Prescott Valley for the first 15 years of my life, before moving to Peoria, AZ after my freshman year of high school. I graduated high school in Peoria, and I am now attending Arizona State University to achieve my bachelor of arts degree in Athropology. I am a lover of animals and have several myself including a horse, two cats, two dogs, a hamster, and some fish! I also have three siblings and have been around children my entire life and love working with them! I hope to grow even more in the area of child care with College Nannies and Tutors!
I grew up in Southern California, and I moved to Arizona to further my education. I have earned my Associate of Arts degree in Elementary Education and I am currently enrolled at ASU in their Secondary Education teaching program. I plan on becoming a Math teacher at the high school or junior high level. I have past experience as a tutor both privately and for community colleges. I studied American Sign Language for three years and grew up speaking both English and Spanish. I have always excelled at Math and I enjoy helping others do the same.
I was born and raised in Gilbert, Arizona, and I grew up with two sisters and one brother. I graduated from ASU in 2011 with my Bachelors of Science in
Biological Sciences, concentrating in Animal Behavior and Physiology. I then began working in a cancer research lab in Scottsdale, testing for drug efficacy in many types of cell lines. After three years, I decided to go back to ASU to obtain my Masters in Social Work, concentrating in direct practice with children, youth, and families. I have a strong passion for helping others, especially children. In my spare time, I love to spend time with my adopted rescue dog named Arnold, play guitar with my dad, and create and decorate all types of desserts.