She works as a freelance photographer and a book designer. She recently took a job as an art director for a magazine in Stamford. She is divorced from her husband, who lives in Chicago.
She pays almost twice as much as other sitting clients pay. She leaves Stacey a list of long chores and doesn't appreciate what Stacey does and only looks to find fault. In the end, Stacey calls and tells her that she won't be the Cheplins' regular babysitter anymore.