NANNIES PLUS IS MADE UP OF A DIVERSE TEAM OF EXPERIENCED, COMMITTED AND VERY PASSIONATE PEOPLE.
Business Development Manager, Wellington
BA (Stage & Screen Arts)
Holley has a background in Stage & Screen Arts and Events Coordination. She develops a growth strategy focused customer satisfaction. She matches our trainee nannies and qualified nannies with families, and with over 6 years’ experience as a nanny, Holley knows how important this process is. On Wednesday mornings she runs our playgroup.
“Small people (kids) are my favourite kind of people and being able to find them the perfect person to take care of them is so rewarding. I love being able to offer families a service that I truly believe in. Building relationships with people is something I am really passionate about and I get to do this on a daily basis.”
Dip Tchg (ECE), Registered Teacher, MA, BA(Hons), BA
Camille has more than a decade of experience in early childhood education in centres, play groups and home based care, and has also taught English as a second language both in New Zealand and overseas. She’s been working as a visiting teacher for Nannies Plus since 2012.
“I really enjoy what I do. Every day I am amazed by the fantastic work our nannies do with the young children in their care.”
B.Ed (Early Childhood Teaching), Registered Teacher
Originally from Denmark, Anne-Mette moved to New Zealand in the early 1980’s. She worked as a visiting teacher for Barnardos for ten years and then as facilitator for the ‘Promoting Participation in Early Childhood Education Project’. As a facilitator her job was to identify why some parents were choosing not to send their children to ECE services and to help them get over the barriers. She worked with families from many different cultures and got an insight into the struggles that many parents face. She now works as a visiting teacher for Nannies Plus and is also a part-time kindergarten teacher.
“I’m really enjoying being back in the role of visiting teacher – supporting the nannies, families and children and seeing the benefit of children having a close one-on-one relationship with their ‘educator’.”