Meet Thaty

Tatiane Dias de Oliveira, Ed. M., M.M., M.C.P.C, is a Career Nanny and Childcare Specialist in the Boston area, working with children for nearly 20 years. Thaty specializes in working with first time parents and their newborns, providing positive encouragement and guidance to new parents while nurturing and fostering the healthy development of their babies.

Thaty is also an activist and passionate advocate in the nanny industry. She is the founder and facilitator of the Massachusetts Nanny Breakfast Club, as well as founder, producer and host of NDR – National Domestic Radio. Thaty wears many hats in the industry and is involved in a number of projects at any given time and is committed to serve and empower nannies and families.

As a caregiver, Thaty has worked in a variety of settings, including:

  • Full-time in-home provider
  • Overnight Newborn Care Specialist
  • Hotel provider
  • Weddings
  • Holiday parties 
  • On-call provider
  • Travel [temporary] provider

Thaty’s role as an Educator is ample and diverse. She holds several teaching licences as well as coaching certifications. 

  • To children, Thaty is their first coach, private tutor and mentor. 
  • To parents, Thaty is the third parent figure, a resourceful guide, a coach, adviser.
  • To nannies, Thaty is the HR point person, in addition to a professional coach, community leader and friend.
  • To society, Thaty is the advocate, the voice of nannies, children, families. 

As an advocate, Thaty is a leader with Matahari Women Worker’s Center and has worked tireless along with other organizations in establishing and securing rights to domestic workers in Massachusetts.

Thaty has been a leader with the Nanny Census Campaign and has also served  as  a testimony against HB4503, that sought to exclude Au Pairs from protections granted when the Massachusetts Domestic Workers Bill of Rights became a law in early 2015.

Thaty has recently graduated from Matahari’s 2016 Community Fellows Leadership and is now on to an 8-month Leadership Development  journey with Women’s Pipeline for Change.

Born in Lencois Paulista, SP, Brazil, Thaty came to the United States in 2003 and has been living in Cambridge, MA ever since. She  is married with her dream [and supportive] husband and when her free time isn’t spent organizing and engaging the nanny community, Thaty enjoys reading, swimming, kayaking, going to concerts and plays; She also loves nature, fresh air, and the sound of the birds, and will escape to the woods any time she gets a break from her busy life making the difference in the world.