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The International Au Pair Exchange Gets a New Director

The International Au Pair Exchange Appoints Julie Scherer As Director

Dated: Sep 08, 2011

Julie Scherer Joins TIAPE as it Continues to expand its Childcare Services to American Families Bellingham, WA - The International Au Pair Exchange (TIAPE) has recently appointed Julie Scherer as its new Director. Scherer will be leading the company in its mission to create life-enriching opportunities by combining cultural exchange with quality, flexible, and affordable childcare.

Scherer joins TIAPE with 15 years of experience in the au pair industry. She has spent a large portion of this time providing support to over 1000 families and au pairs in the Greater Seattle area. She also has experience in other cross cultural exchange programs including, leading tours in Italy, Spain, Portugal and France, hosting language immersion programs for visitors from Korea and serving on an international
service team to Romania. With a business background from the University of Washington’s School of Business Administration and her extensive experience, Scherer brings the knowledge and experience required to succeed in this industry.

Jason Ankeny, Co-Founder of the company, said, “Julie Scherer is the leader we needed in the Director’s seat. She brings the marketing and business experience we need to make this program a successful venture. More importantly, Julie shares our vision for the au pair program. I am confident that she, along with our phenomenal staff, will make this program a success.”

Julie Scherer commented, “The au pair program is an invaluable life experience for young adults. I would love to create opportunities for these young adults to learn a new culture and enhance their English language skills. I also know how expensive quality childcare has become in the United States. According to a recent report I read, it is more expensive to put your children in childcare than to put them through a
four-year public college. My aim at TIAPE is to reach out to families and educate them about the affordable au pair way of childcare.”
About The International Au Pair Exchange

The International Au Pair Exchange (TIAPE) is a U.S. Department of State designated au pair program. As a designated sponsor, TIAPE places young and enthusiastic adults in the age group of 18 to 26 years from a growing list of countries with families in the United States looking for childcare. TIAPE works with carefully selected international partners to screen and match qualified au pairs with their host families.
Through this placement, TIAPE provides a life-enriching experience in the United States for these young adults and quality, affordable childcare for the family. For more information, visit http://www.tiape.org.

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