National Association of Professional Organizers (NAPO)

March 26, 2008 at 6:00 am Leave a comment


As a professional organizer, I am a member of NAPO, a national organization that dedicates itself to developing, leading, and promoting professional organizers and the organizing industry. It was founded in 1985 by Beverly Clower, Stephanie Culp, Ann Gambrell, Maxine Ordesky, and Jeanie Shorr, and currently has close to 4,000 members. Along with opportunities to network with colleagues, it offers educational materials and actively solicits publicity for individual professional organizers as well as the industry.

NAPO distributes NAPO News to its members each month and also sponsors Get Organized Month in January. It also acts as a referral service when individuals request further information about professional organizers and their services.

NAPO also has a number of chapters throughout the United States, including one in Richmond Virginia. I currently serve as Marketing Coordinator, but I will soon fill the role as Secretary for the organization.

Being part of these organizations is an important way for me to stay on top of the latest organizing trends, research, educational opportunities.


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