Hello, Au Pairs & Host Families,
My name is Jenni and I’m your Au Pair Sis!
I’m here as a resource before, during, and after your experience with the Au Pair Program. If you have questions or want to share your story, please don’t hesitate to reach out!
I can’t wait to hear from you!
I live in Utah with my husband and two sons, ages 4 & 5. I’m a writer, and I write fantasy novels in my spare time. My kids love reading & we regularly visit the pool and the aquarium as a family.
I am currently hosting an Au Pair of my own, Adriana. Hosting my own Au Pair has given me a lot of insight into what it takes to succeed in the program & be a good Host Mom.
My role at Go Au Pair:
In addition to being the Au Pair Sis, I am also the Marketing/ Communications Analyst at Go Au Pair.
I manage Go Au Pair’s social media pages and work with the Marketing Team on our marketing & content strategies. My favorite part of this job is listening to everyone’s stories and sharing them with our community. I enjoy knowing that the insights Au Pairs and Host Families share with me will help others have a good experience during their placement.
How I found out about AP Childcare, and how I became a team member at Go Au Pair:
I have worked on and off in the childcare industry since I was old enough to babysit. I’ve also had the opportunity to live with over 19 different roommates during my adult life, including international students and even families. I understand the challenges that come with new living arrangements, and I know what makes or breaks the relationship.
Go Au Pair is the only Au Pair agency based in Utah, so when I heard about this opportunity, I knew I couldn’t pass up the chance. It’s been amazing to support Au Pairs and Host Families from all over the country.
Special Current Project:
YOU! I’m here to engage with our community, hear about why you’re part of the Au Pair Program, and answer questions about childcare, cultural exchange, living situations, and anything else you might encounter!
I’m not the only resource to this community. The biggest resource here is you, yourself. When you comment on the Go Au Pair blog or on our social media posts, you may be helping others more than you know.