my conference mentor, Cris Sgrott-Wheedleton of  Organizing Maniacs  in Virginia, and conference buddies Molly S. and Kate M. 

my conference mentor, Cris Sgrott-Wheedleton of Organizing Maniacs in Virginia, and conference buddies Molly S. and Kate M. 

A little about me...

The concept of "being organized" came naturally to me back in my early childhood years, as it doubled as a form of therapy to help manage my own schedule. My mother was my strongest inspiration in being organized, by teaching my sister and I how to set preventative measures to mitigate certain risks, appreciate the benefits of strategic planning, and balance our wants and wishes with earned rewards. Little did I know that a wall-spread calendar, post-it notes, multicolored pens, and sheer willpower marked my beginning stages in organized living.

After graduating with a Bachelors of Science in Hotel, Restaurant, Institutional Management from The Pennsylvania State University in 2011, I worked on the opening management team for multiple restaurants in Brooklyn and Manhattan. In 2014, I managed the reopening of an Obstetrics & Gynecology office on Flushing, Queens. As the office manager of the medical practice with a history in the Hospitality Industry, I was the perfect agent for connecting with patients and insurances alike, while setting the bar for delivering exceptional service.

I have been able to showcase my organization skills creatively by managing inventories in restaurants, decluttering supplies and storage spaces in offices, administer staff schedules and patient accounts/billing. As the guest/patient satisfaction and staff retention rate increased, I recognized the invaluable power that lie with blending my skills and the benefits to which it could be utilized. 

After a fervor of research and curiosity to meet other professionals who are passionate and dedicate their lives to "all things organized", I joined the National Association of Professional Organizers (NAPO) in January 2016. Since achieving professional member status, I attended the NAPO 2016 National Conference in Atlanta and joined the NAPO National Information & Research Committee.

As I continued to study the industry through market research and analysis, I decided to begin my organizing and productivity consulting service, "Quality over Quantity Organizing". My mission is to work with individuals that are trying to get organized and struggle with chronic disorganization, at home and work, and guide them to reassess their priorities, bring order to the physical "stuff", and reach their clutter-free goals with a mindful presence. 

Quality over Quantity Organizing supports and encourages your aspirations to living a life better organized.