Bio for Nino Fisher
I was born in the Republic of Georgia where my family still lives. I was
educated there. I immigrated to the United
States twenty-two years ago and have lived and worked mostly in New York,
although I have traveled widely. I have done whatever work was available,
as that is what I had to do. I am a survivor. I appreciate everything I have
learned here and am grateful for the opportunities I have had in this
fascinating multicultural place.
Having been a caregiver myself for many years, I have gotten to know many amazing caregivers here who often have a hard time finding jobs. Therefore a number of years ago I began to take on the work myself of helping them to find work. This gave me an opportunity to start my own business.
"One of my biggest wishes is to find the right resources and opportunities that will help me to create a non-profit organization for supporting immigrant women."
I am well-read, artistic, an excellent manager, a personable, caring and nurturing human being. I speak several languages and have good communication skills. I spend a lot of time talking with the families that need caregivers to determine which one will fit their needs. I am always available to the families as well as the caregivers. I am accustomed to handling sensitive confidential situations.
On the personal level, I love the outdoors - the sun, rain, snow; walking, running, hiking, climbing; working with the soil. I love plants, animals, forests, mountains, meadows, rivers and the sea. The outdoors gives me joy, peace and tranquility. The outdoors is my heaven on earth! So is art — the appreciation of it and the creation of it.
-My peace and happiness are in spending time in nature and the kitchen - baking pies and making preserves.-