Looking for work as a nanny.
- 8 years paid experience
- Age 35
- Nanny in Malibu, CA 90265
- Comfortable with pets
Hello! I hope you're having a great week! I am writing you today with interest in your part-time Nanny position. I grew up raising my 3 half brothers, was a professional baby-sitter by age 14, I’ve been nanny of all ages from infant through 15 year old. I've been an estate manager, event planner, accountant. I'm very efficient, I love optimizing everything for everyone. I'm active, which for me means, gym 5+ per week, hiking, kundalini, water sports, roller blading, biking, open to most activities. Beyond my experience I am fun, calming, direct and educated. Bachelor degree in Journalism and Mass Communication and earning masters of Dispute Resolution, as well as MBA. I love babies and children, they are so innocent, joyful, and our future. I’m committed to having to empowering all that I come into contact with happiness, health, and balance. I’d love to hear more about your needs and Read more to see if this is a great fit.
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