Ever since I can remember I have been an organizer. As a child my mother didn’t have to tell me to make my bed or clean my room. I actually LIKED doing that stuff! So much so that my mom did have to get after me to get my homework done… .as I always preferred lining up the books to actually cracking them open.
Some of us are wired with the organizing gene and love to create calm out of clutter. That was me as a kid, and still is me today. After 20 years in marketing, I finally listened to my gut and followed my true passion. In 2003, I eagerly hung up my corporate hat to launch Details etc. and became a Professional Organizer. Specializing in residential organizing, my eyes light up like a kid in a candy store when presented with a cluttered kitchen or wardrobe closet.
Working with a wide variety of clients always brings new opportunities for creative solutions. Helping others to overcome their organizing challenges and seeing the results is priceless. I’ve learned that it’s not just about making things look Martha Stewart pretty and perfect. Let’s face it, how many of us really live like that? It’s about finding solutions and systems that work for you, not someone else.
I am a member of NAPO (National Association of Professional Organizers), a Golden Circle member, and served on the NAPO-LA board as Treasurer for three years (2004-2007). In 2007, I was honored to receive the NAPO-LA President’s Award at the Los Angeles Organizing Awards.
Born and raised in Los Angeles, I graduated from San Diego State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Health Science before starting a career principally in healthcare marketing. The skills I used in my former career – being resourceful, a good problem-solver and having a keen eye for details continue to serve me well as an Organizer.
I currently reside on the Westside of Los Angeles. When I’m not organizing, I can be found at the movies, shopping (and returning), hiking, working out at the Bar Method, cooking, or enjoying time with friends and family.