Emily recently joined Stanford Park Nannies as a Placement Counselor, where she is delighted to help with all aspects of the recruiting process as well as pitch in as the resident wordsmith. As a mother of two and a former nanny, she is excited to work closely with the SPN team to help families and highly-qualified nannies and household staff within our community connect for beautiful working relationships.
Before joining Stanford Park Nannies, Emily had a long career as a copywriter and was a New York City literary agent. She brings her enthusiasm, creativity, and sense of humor to the team, as well as a strong desire to make people happy! Emily hails from a family of teachers and artists and was born and raised in California. She has a degree in creative writing from Bennington College in Vermont and is a writer and award-winning poet.
At home, Emily adores crafting poems and book projects, counseling people through transitions as a certified life coach, and taking every opportunity to whip up giggle parties with her little ones!
“I would like to thank the whole team at SPN for all you guys do. In this midst of the heartbreak and hardships the COVID-19 crisis has imposed on our neighbors, our families, and our friends, I am also inspired and deeply moved by the compassion, resiliency, and the human spirit of the SPN team. Thank you for being there with us. We are here for you.”
"I would rate Stanford Park Nannies very highly! They provide a great flow of very qualified candidates, who are all prepared to pay taxes. They have a great vetting process and did not waste our time with those that weren’t a fit. In addition to our full-time search, they had the ability to quickly identify relevant interim/temp nannies as well!"
"SPN is a powerhouse agency of incredible women who embody experience, passion, and a heart for service!"
"SPN provides you with a current understanding of what should be expected of nannies and employers and they empower you by coaching you through it all. When I started to interview with families, they gave me great feedback—it felt like I had my own personal interviewing cheerleaders!"