MEET THE FOUNDER

I am a member of the National Association of Professional Organizers (NAPO).  I am proud to serve on the NAPO-NY Board of Directors as Membership Director where I focus on furthering our profession and helping our members achieve their goals. I also volunteer for the First Step job training program where I lead organizing and interviewing workshops empowering women to enter the workforce and achieve self-sufficiency.

I am a member of the National Association of Professional Organizers (NAPO).  I am proud to serve on the NAPO-NY Board of Directors as Membership Director where I focus on furthering our profession and helping our members achieve their goals.

I also volunteer for the First Step job training program where I lead organizing and interviewing workshops empowering women to enter the workforce and achieve self-sufficiency.

 
 

my background

I love creating order from disorder.  LME represents my initials and my  mission of "LIFE MADE EASIER" for my clients.

A variety of public and private roles helped me build a perfect complement of skills to support my organizing clients:

  • Management Consultant - Assessing clients' needs and developing creative solutions to help them achieve their goals
  • HR Director - Respecting confidentiality and giving people the tools and support they need to be successful
  • Daughter and Friend - Helping people deal with challenges and life changes with empathy and a sense of humor
  • New York City Resident - Maximizing space to enjoy living a big life in a small space

 

What made me want to be an organizer?

I have always had a personal interest in interior design and a professional interest in improving processes. 

I spent 20 years in the corporate world organizing people, programs and processes. I strived to "make things make sense" for the people I supported.  

Moving to Manhattan inspired me to combine my love of order and my love of aesthetics by turning my attention to organizing homes.

Relocating from Chicago meant moving from a two bedroom condo with six (glorious!) closets to a one bedroom apartment with two closets.  To my surprise, my husband and I found freedom in streamlining.  Making room for what's important and forgetting about the rest allowed us to better enjoy our space, our new city and each other.  I love bringing this sense of freedom to my clients.

Living in a city where people lead big lives in small spaces made me appreciate how important it is to have home be a haven from the craziness of the outside world.