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Who We Are
Michelle Sorensen graduated from Richard Stockton College with a BS in International Business (with honors). Michelle has been with WHN for seven years. She now works part-time helping both the temporary and permanent division recruit and screen the best caregivers. When she leaves her desk job, she puts on her running shoes to keep up with her two very active young boys.
Denise Rossel is the Director of Temporary Placements. She handles new client intake and is responsible for screening and vetting the pool of great nannies who fill all our temporary and emergency jobs. Denise is a graduate of the Academy of Holy Cross High School and has her undergraduate degree from the University of Maryland. Denise’s family is from Chile and she is fluent in Spanish
Annie Burns is the Director of Permanent Placements and a native Washingtonian. She graduated from St. Andrew’s Episcopal High School and has her undergraduate degree in Sociology from Marymount University. She is thrilled to be a part of the White House Nannies team after loving her experience as a former White House nanny! She handles all the requests for long-term placements and is a master of putting the right nanny with the right family. Annie loves children and has two young kids of her own. She is also a huge Michigan fan. Go Blue!
Kaylyn Roggenbuck a Dallas, Texas transplant, works with Denise to staff all of our temporary and emergency jobs. She graduated from Oklahoma State University with a dual degree in Marketing and International Business. Her work history in customer service shines through as she cheerfully assists all of our clientele.
Brittany Bonato hails from Denver, Colorado. She graduated cum laude from High Point University in North Carolina with a BSBA in Business Administration, an emphasis in Marketing, and a minor in Human Relations. Her experience as a nanny and as a business professional will come in handy as she assists clients with their childcare needs while also bringing on new and impressive caregivers.
Stephanie Ehlmann is a new addition to White House Nannies as a placement coordinator for our permanent division. She is a Pennsylvania native and a graduate of Franklin and Marshall College in Lancaster, PA. She has a bachelor’s degree in Government and minored in Women and Gendered Studies. When she is not helping place fantastic nannies with great families at the agency, she enjoys submerging herself in the eclectic culture of Washington, DC!
Richard Kline is in charge of our Corporate Division and all things legal and financial. He grew up in DC, attended Washington University in St Louis, and was graduated from American University with a degree in Real Estate. He also has a law degree. Richard helps manage the day-to-day business operations of WHN while struggling to use only his “inside voice”.