Before joining CHP as a teaching assistant in 2006, Juliet worked as a nanny for what seems like all her life. Juliet has worked for many families over the years and has enjoyed watching “her” kids grow up. Juliet received her Child Development Associate Degree from Bank Street College.
Juliet has a passion for people, especially young children. She has three sons and a granddaughter, Cabrini. Juliet’s oldest son graduated from SUNY-Oneonta and is, among other things, a soccer coach for underprivileged kids. Her middle son graduated from the University of Buffalo and her youngest son attends Midwood High School. Juliet would really love to relax and curl up with a nice book but, instead, she spends most of her time visiting friends and family who need her help, and going to church.
What is your motto?
Live each day as if it’s your last.
Which talent would you like to have?
What is your most treasured possession?
What is your most marked characteristic?
What do you consider your greatest achievement?
Going back in the classroom and getting my CDA (Child Development Associates Degree) after raising my three sons and seeing two through college.
What is your favorite journey?
Where would you like to live?
Who are you favorite heroes or heroines?
My Aunt Ethel who raised me.