Initially, we want to inform you that a large part of the text below is copied from the BBC Conversation website and mixed with our added text.
BBC Conversation Sara Vestin Rahmani and Stephanie Land – Maids to the rich and famous
Interestingly, BBC World radio contacted our owner Sara Vestin Rahmani and her office to ask if Sara would participate in an interview about her journey. Uniquely, the interview was to be held by BBC world radio host Kim Chakanetsa. Of course we thought that was just lovely. Moreover, the other participant in the interview was to be the amazing author Stephanie Land. Of course, Sara decided to join the conversation. Obviously, she was keen to chat about the topic and also to listen to Stephanie’s journey.
BBCs The Conversation and an introduction to the show
Importantly, BBCs the conversation is a podcast about women from different parts of the world. Astoundingly united by a common passion, experience or expertise. Moreover, it is the lovely host Kim Chakanetsa who tells the stories of their lives. Needless to say, we think you should listen and join the conversation.
Producer: Alice Gioia
The BBC Conversation Sara Vestin Rahmani Stephanie Land – Talks
So, rich families around the world employ butlers and maids to look after their expensive properties. Of course, these houseworkers have access to every aspect of their employers’ lives. Furthermore, they get to know their habits and their deepest secrets. Interestingly, in this episode, Kim Chakanetsa talks to two former maids who worked for wealthy families in the USA and the UK. One of them being our lovely owner, Sara Vestin Rahmani
Who is Stephanie Land?
Uniquely, Stephanie Land is the bestselling author of Maid: Hard Work, Low Pay, and a Mother’s Will to Survive. Interestingly poignant memoirs highlighting the plight of overworked and underpaid domestic workers in the USA. Amazingly, her story has recently been turned into the successful Netflix series, Maid.
Who is Sara Vestin Rahmani?
Uniquely, Sara Vestin Rahmani moved from Sweden to London when she was 19. First of all, she went to work as an au pair for a rich family. Actually, Sara thought she would only stay for a year. However, she quickly became embedded in the family’s life. Uniquely, she was exposed to a lifestyle she never imagined was possible. Interestingly, Sara Vestin Rahmani is now the director of Bespoke Bureau and the British Butler Academy. Exclusively, The Bespoke Bureau are a high-end recruitment and training agency of domestic and elite service staff. Furthermore, Sara is involved with a number of charities. Also, she runs training workshops online together with a number of qualified teachers. Needless to say, the agency is busy.
Sara’s Agency offers:
Of course Housekeepers
Domestic Couples and Gardeners
All other service staff
Exclusively training of all types of household and service staff
On the 15th November 2021, this lovely podcast was released. Moreover, this Episode of the BBCs Conversation was uniquely hosting Sara Vestin Rahmani and Stephanie Land. Needless to say, we think you should Listen to the Podcast about these two women from different yet similar walks of life.
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