I have been organizing my entire life. From my childhood through my previous careers in textile design/merchandising and in building homes for resale, I have developed a love and a need for being organized. It gives me great satisfaction to create an environment that works for the “organizee”.
Watching clients function in and enjoy their new space confirms my true belief in this profession. I am a member of the National Association of Professional Organizers (“NAPO”) and of the Professional Organizers of Long Island (“POLI”). I hold an undergraduate degree in Business Administration from Skidmore College, and I have completed continuing education courses in spatial design from Parsons The New School for Design. I participate regularly in various educational programs through NAPO. I am also a frequent lecturer and guest speaker on various aspects of residential organizing, including organizing closets, pantries, basements, attics, offices, workplaces and just about any space that has clutter or is disorganized. My husband, our two children, and I work, play, and do homework in a suburb of New York City.
Proud member of these professional organizing associations: