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Bio & Resume

My name is Miss Brandi. Through the Lord I have started a few ministries, including, and Rosarium Domus (currently housing priests who attend Franciscan University).


I have worked with infants and children for many years and realized that it would be lovely to begin working from home and include my traditional values with young children for the glory of God.

I value health and wellness from spiritual, physical, cognitive and emotional perspectives. I am here to bond with and teach the whole child. We cannot separate the body from the spirit, so it is important to include God in all that we do.

Our world is filled with choices, and I am here to present Godly choices to little ones to nurture them to a holy life. We will learn our ABCs and 123s while learning how to reach our eternal destination through holy stories, art, gross motor, sensory and dramatic play. Play is children's work. Developing a Holy imagination is key to protecting a child's growth and virtue. 


Thank you for taking the time to learn about my perspective and vocational experience as an early childhood educator and caregiver. Contact me if you have any questions or would like to schedule an interview for future care for your child. My email is Blessings in Jesus!



  • 3 Awards recognizing quality work with and on behalf of infants, children and families in both early education and pediatric medical settings.

  • Exp. working with young children and families from multicultural backgrounds in both classroom and home settings, including children with special needs.

  • Exp. planning and implementing early childhood classroom curriculums.

  • ~30-40 Credit hours of University level Early Childhood Education and Early Intervention coursework, plus related Social Science courses (please see below).

  • ~161 University credit hours completed.

  • Safe driving record.

  • Exp. at Children’s Hospital working on behalf of at-risk and medically fragile children and their families from a variety of cultures in a variety of clinics.

  • Volunteer exp. working with at-risk infants and young children; including at Head Start, Childhaven’s Therapeutic Nursery/Preschool and Children’s Hospital Child Life Program.


  • Infant through School Age, Tech. family, Bellevue, WA. 2015-Present

  • Infant/Toddler Nanny Share, Physician families, Seattle, WA. 2014-2015 (1 year position)

  • Toddler Teacher (ages 2+ years), High Altitude Kids, Eden, UT. Fall 2012 – 2014.

  • Preschool & School Age Substitute Teacher, High Altitude Kids, Eden, UT. 2012 – 2014.

  • Nanny for 8 year old boy with autism, Eden, UT Fall/Winter 2013. (Allergies to family pet)

  • Nanny in a Nanny Share (ages 12-24 months), Scientist families, Seattle, WA. January 2010-August 2010.

  • Nanny in a Nanny Share (ages 4 months - 4 years), Tech. families, Kirkland, WA. January 2008-December 2009. One child had special challenges that required extra care, attention, and close communications and teamwork with the family.

  • Float Teacher (ages 4 months – 5 years), Bright Horizons at The Summit, Bellevue, WA. November 2007-January 2008. Temporary position.

  • Toddler Teacher (ages 12-24 months), Bright Horizons at Overlake, Redmond, WA. July 2006-November 2007. Cared for the emotional, physical, and intellectual needs of a class of 10 young toddlers, ages 12-24 months. Documented children’s development, created and implemented DAP curriculum, authored monthly classroom newsletters, and attended conferences with families to discuss their children’s individual development. Trained and guided new staff and float teachers. Won two awards from families and co-workers during this time.

  • Family Services Coordinator, Children’s Hospital Hematology & Oncology Clinic, Seattle, WA. February 2006-June 2006. Complex scheduling and coordination for medically fragile patients and their families. Liaison between families and their medical treatment team.

  • Staffing Coordinator, Children’s Hospital Clinical Administration, Seattle, WA. August 2005-February 2006. Guided nursing staff regarding admin. procedures and scheduling. Audited staff time-cards.

  • Patient Care Coordinator, Children’s Bellevue Behavioral Health, WA. July 2004-July 2005. Trained new PCC staff. Guided staff and clinicians regarding admin. procedures during high clinic turn-over.

  • Patient Care Coordinator, Children’s Hospital Scheduling Center, Seattle, WA. October 2003-July 2004. Trained new PCC staff. Initiated scripting for hospital PCCs.

  • Lead PBX Operator & Patient Transporter, McKay Dee Hospital, Ogden, UT. ~1996-2002. Trained new PBX staff. Served as the staff lead during evenings and weekends.

EDUCATION (~161 total quarter hours completed)

  • Weber State University (118 quarter hours completed), Ogden, UT. Coursework in general studies, child development and social sciences.

  • ¨Eastern Washington University @ Bellevue College (43 quarter hours completed), Bellevue, WA. Coursework in Children’s Studies with an emphasis in Early Childhood Education.


  • Family nominated Rising Star Award, Awards of Excellence, Bright Horizons, Redmond, WA. 2007.

  • Employee nominated Employee of the Month, Bright Horizons at Overlake, Redmond, WA. 2007.

  • Family nominated Support Role Award for Respect, Family Experience Survey, Children’s Hospital, Seattle, WA. 2004.


  • Created and directed the fundraising Family Fun Event, helping to financially support Childhaven’s mission while fulfilling an assignment for the class Sociology of Children at EWU@BC. 2008.

  • Childhaven Classroom Volunteer, Childhaven Therapeutic Preschool Program, Lake City Branch, Seattle, WA. 2006.

  • Child-Life Program Volunteer, Children’s Hospital, Seattle. 2005.

  • Young Children at Risk Preschool Practicum, Weber State University, Ogden, UT. 2002.

  • Reading Buddies Program Volunteer, Head Start, Ogden, UT. 1996.

  • First Baby Photo Program Volunteer, McKay Dee Hospital, Ogden, UT. 1995.

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