We are so excited to share Season Two of our podcast — you can find Adventure Nannies On Air wherever you listen to podcasts!
With over 10,000 candidates applying to positions through our agency each year, we simply do not have time to meet and interact with each one – but we don’t want to limit the resources and expertise we have developed over the last several years to only candidates who are in the running for our sought-after positions.
The podcast is regularly hosted by our co-founder and CEO Shenandoah, and the original founder of Adventure Nannies, Brandy Schultz, who now has two children and an incredible Adventure Nanny of her own.
In this episode, Brandy and Shenandoah speak with Thaty Oliveira, an extraordinary professional childcare provider, and tireless advocate for domestic workers. Brandy and Thaty discuss the work that Thaty is doing as an active board member for the National Domestic Workers Alliance, and the Matahari Women Workers Center in Massachusetts. Thaty shares her advice for domestic workers as they dive into investigating their rights and advocating for themselves in the workplace.
About The Guest:
We hope you will enjoy Adventure Nannies On Air as much as we have enjoyed creating it so far, and look forward to developing more and more ways we can support and stay in touch with nannies around the world. Questions for us to answer on the podcast or suggestions for topics you would like to hear about can be sent to email@example.com
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