Sarah H., Owner & Fearless Leader
Sarah started Momcierge in 2013 when she saw the need for regular help between the maid's services and laundry services. She knows just how much help mom's can need and how important it is to not let your child's life or your own fly by because you were stuck behind a vacuum. Sarah has a wonderful daughter, Lucy, who keeps Sarah on her toes all the time. Sarah loves exploring the Atlanta food scene and is an avid concert goer.
Ally N., Business Operations Manager
Ally is a proud women's college graduate (hi, Agnes Scott College in Decatur!) with a degree in Sociology & Anthropology. She loves reading, writing, cocktails, & astrology. She lives in Poncey-Highlands with her two cats, Tiny & Finn, & hopes to muster up the courage to publish a collection of essays one day.
Erin C., Assistant Manager
Erin is a Georgia native and proud UGA graduate. She loves being in the mountains with her husband and two dogs, Kylee and Cookie. If she can't be outside, she is either shopping for a deal or sipping a new brew at one of Atlanta's local breweries!
Elizabeth "Lizzie" B., House Helper
Elizabeth is currently studying social work at GSU and looking forward to pursuing a career in medical social work. In her free time, Lizzie loves cuddling with her cat, reading, and watching way too much Food Network. Catch her at your local Taco Mac being way too into whatever game is on.
Ellen K., House Helper
Ellen is a transplant of Atlanta, originally hailing from northern Alabama. In her spare time, she enjoys hand fabricating jewelry, creating functional pottery and hiking the wilderness of northern Georgia. Currently, she is applying to UGA’s Master of Art Education to become an art teacher.
Whitney C., Chef & House Helper
After graduating from culinary school in Birmingham, Alabama Whitney worked in the test kitchen at Southern Living Magazine, and was offered a job working with James Beard recipient Frank Stitt at Bottega.
Whitney eventually moved back to her hometown of Destin, Florida and worked for Johnny Earles at Criollas in Grayton Beach. This is where she fell in love with her now husband Jay. After being blessed with two children, Jackson and Mary Brantley, Whitney decided to stay home with them.
Jay got a job working for Coca-Cola so they made the big move to Atlanta. They live in Decatur and love it here! When the kids started preschool Whitney decided to work part time at the preschool. Eight years later she is getting back to her culinary roots by providing meals, through Momcierge, to families just like hers!