I have specialized in personalized customer service, sales and corporate account management. I enjoy a high paced and fun working environment. I have been involved with multiple charities. I really enjoyed my time working with Special Olympics helping children reach their goals. In my free time I enjoy playing golf, reading and travel. I like to visit my hometown St. Louis to spend time with family and friends. As a franchise owner of College Nannies and Tutors, we will provide great role models to families for their childcare needs and tutoring solutions. I am excited to help build stronger families within my community.
Mike is a graduate of Dallas Jesuit College Prep and has a degree in Economics from Texas A&M University. He spent 32 years at Enterprise Rent a Car where he most recently was Vice President of Fleet Management for North Texas. He is passionate about developing others to be successful. He serves on the Board of Directors of St. Anthony's Charter School and enjoys all sports in his free time.
Hi! My name is AJ. I am a recent graduate of Stephen F. Austin State University. I hold a B.S. in Psychology and minor in Child Development & Family Living. My recent job experience with child care includes; Day Camp Director at YMCA Camp Carter in Fort Worth, Site Coordinator with Clayton Youth Enrichment Services, team member with Kids Park child care. I am an avid tutor and I also hold paraprofessional certification for both the Dallas Independent School District as well as the Nacogdoches Independent School District.
My name is Haley and I am the Role Model Manager for Park Cities and Richardson, TX.
Originally from South Louisiana, I earned my Bachelor's Degree in Apparel Design in 2007 from the University of Louisiana at Lafayette. Through high school, college, and beyond, I've worked with families to provide child care for their little ones and I've loved every second of my experience. Those valuable learning experiences are what initially drew me to College Nannies, Sitters + Tutors. I've recently moved to Dallas to join the team and have fallen in love with my new community. I look forward to connecting with smart, successful students and families with the aim of "Building Stronger Families" in the area.
In my spare time, I enjoy cooking (and eating!), creating art, teaching group fitness, running outdoors, and volunteering with LUNGevity Foundation to raise money for lung cancer research.
Hi my name is Ashley English I am a 21 year old Sophomore at Texas A&M University- Commerce majoring in General Business. I am an aspiring Event Coordinator, currently taking all of my classes online this semester. I enjoy baking pastries, bowling, watching movies, and anything adventurous. I have previous daycare experience of 3 years, and worked with all age groups from new born to 12 years of age. I love what I do in being a caregiver to children.
Hello my name is Kaileigh! I grew up in Arizona and recently moved to Dallas to pursue my master's degree in communication sciences and disorders. I am going to become a speech-language pathologist. I earned my bachelors degree in speech-language sciences and technology with a minor in disability studies from Northern Arizona University in 2016. I have extensive experience working as a babysitter/nanny. In addition to my experience, I currently work with children that have intellectual disabilities in a clinical speech therapy setting 3 days each week. I have a genuine passion for working with children and I am so excited to be a part of this team!
Bienvenidos a mi perfil!
Ever since I was a kid, I've enjoyed helping others, and later on during my middle school years I took up Spanish. I became invested into really learning as much as I could about the language. My goal is to fluidly explain even the most difficult concepts in the Spanish language to any age group. I've been there, and I know what it's like!
I started Spanish in the 8th grade and finished highschool taking IB Spanish 2 (Essentially 5th level Spanish), which is a total of 5 years of official learning, and at present 8 years of speaking. At Collin I took 2 basic Spanish classes, in which I was more of an assistant than a student. The professor of those classes told me I should tutor for the school and that I had to show my abilities to the Head of Spanish here are Collin College, Ana Giron. She gave me approval to tutor all levels of Spanish, which I have been doing there for 4 semesters, with another semester on the way. In addition to this I am always practicing by utilizing the internet to talk to Spanish speakers from all over the world as well as for daily refreshment.
When I was a kid, I used to spend hours in the Los Angeles Natural History museum, gazing up at that ancient Tyrannosaur looming over the lobby. Looking at its colossal body, I wondered how all of it came together to make this thing breathe and move. My imagination ran wild, and my fascination with the natural world flourished. Many different career paths presented themselves to me. Six year old Joe wanted to be a paleontologist, then a professor, then a chemist. Things gained focus, however, when I turned ten years old. My mother was diagnosed with Parkinson ’s disease, and suddenly “that funny shaky thing mom does when she’s holding a cold diet coke” didn’t make us laugh anymore.
I threw myself into human biology, turning grief into motivation. Entering college, I’d honed my passion to the medical field, but had no idea on which side I would fall: research or clinical. The only way to answer that was to do it, so as soon as I got on SMU’s campus I started asking around about laboratory research. When I read that Dr. Santosh D’Mello studied Neurodegeneration, I jumped on the opportunity. While the lab primarily studies Huntington’s disease, the basic mechanisms that regulate cell death may also help us understand the degeneration found in Parkinson’s. Over the last two years I’ve learned more than I could have possibly imagined. I earned research scholarships and worked through the summer, and although making minor discoveries has been satisfying, I could tell something was missing.
Freshman year of college, prior to getting involved with research, I volunteered with an organization called “Readers2Leaders” which tutors kids after school to bring them up to reading level. I remember spending time with a particular student named Louise, who absolutely hated the assigned readings. The first time we worked together he refused to do the reading, but I noticed he kept looking over to the bookshelf at a book on Dinosaurs. Throwing the rules out the window, I grabbed the book for him and he absolutely tore through the pages, absorbing everything he could. Seeing his little face light up as he read page after page was an extremely rewarding experience.
While I continue to be passionate about research, my heart lies more with helping students learn and grow as people. Nothing satisfies me more than teaching a subject I enjoy and watching the person across from me "get it," particularly if it's challenging.