What kind of team does it take to help you be successful in your search for childcare?
People with a demonstrated commitment to helping families identify and achieve their goals. People with a track record of working directly with kids and importantly, experience in hiring those people.
With over a decade of childcare experience and Masters level training in child development, Makenzie brings extensive experience and education to help families meet their childcare goals. As an undergraduate at UW, Makenzie studied psychology, conducted research on how pediatric cancer affects family dynamics, and served as the Counselor in Training Program Director for Camp Kesem, a free summer camp for children affected by parental cancer. Makenzie recently graduated from WWU with an M.S. in Clinical Mental Health Counseling where she gained clinical experience working with families. Additionally, Makenzie’s experience as a mental health professional, nanny and tutor provides further qualifications as she assists in nanny recruiting, interviewing and the understanding the needs of families by doing home visits with clients.
Schuyler’s relevant experience began in high school and college when he tutored middle school students in a variety of settings and subjects. After graduating from the UW he worked as a biologist studying salmon for seven years, including several years of hiring field crews which he lead to conduct data collection on behalf of state and federal agencies. His experience conducting interviews and reference checks would later prove helpful in recruiting and hiring the best tutors for families through the Seattle area. He has lead Seattle Tutoring Services for over two years, honing his tutoring and hiring skills to ensure that families get the help that best fits their needs. Schuyler recruits nannies and leads the thorough hiring process while simultaneously getting to know families and their needs