2013 Awards: Top 20 US Based Home Office Organizing Experts

Maintaining an organized home office will make you more efficient, productive and profitable – 

  • The average American burns 55 minutes a day – roughly 12 weeks a year – looking for things they know they own but can’t find.  (Newsweek, 6/7/04)
  • The average [person] spends 400 hours per year searching for paper documents.  (Datapro/Gartner Group)
  • 48% of American executives admit to having a messy desk but claim to know where everything is. In contrast, 12% say that although their desk appears organized, they have no idea where to find anything. (FastCompany Magazine, 8/04 9/04)
  • 23% of adults say they pay bills late (and incur fees) because they lose them.  (Harris Interactive)

top-20-sealA Home Office Organizing Expert will help you put systems in place to increase your efficiency and productivity so that you are not one of these statistics.   We have compiled a list of the best of the best and presented them with our award for Home Office Organizing Experts for 2013.  These Professional Organizers can help you get organized for maximim productivity and profitability.

Many of these organizers work virtually if you aren’t lucky enough to live in their city.



Mridu Parikh

Nashville, TN

I’m passionate about helping women live better and be happier, by getting their home, time and lives organized.

As an Organizing Coach and Author I provide valuable and useful tips and strategies to become more productive and efficient. Being a wife, a mom of two and having a full time career, I understand how life can go get out of control– so it’s my mission to help as many women as possible take control of their lives.

As a Professional Organizer I worked hands-on with clients to create efficient ways of using space, clearing physical and mental clutter and giving them more time in their day.

I believe organizing is a way of life, how you think about your day, your goals, your relationships, your stuff and your self. My goal is to motivate positive changes in your home and your life: empowering lives through simplicity and confidence.

Krista ColvinKrista Colvin



As a professional organizer she discovered that most of her clients needed a plan to keep all things self, home, and endeavors organized.   Her clients weren’t alone… Krista was feeling a bit overwhelmed herself as her business grew along with the amounts of laundry her family produced!

She’s just like you… a girl trying to get it and keep it together amongst all things SHE…
self | home | endeavors


Live Simply by AnnieLive Simply by Annie


Seattle, WA

Live Simply by Annie is a professional organizing company which serves residential and corporate clients in Seattle, WA, and worldwide, through virtual organizing services. Live Simply is committed to providing customized, space-efficient, and stylish solutions to all organizing challenges. By clearing the clutter and implementing realistic organizing systems in all areas- from closets and offices to kitchens and basements- Annie is dedicated to simplifying and enriching your life.




Suzanne WillettSuzanne Willett


Atlanta, GA

After a brief stint as an incredibly messy kid, Suzanne Willett discovered the joy that comes from decluttering, repurposing items, and finding different ways to organize almost anything. In 20 years of operational management in the retail and HR/staffing industries, Suzanne honed her skills organizing products and people – from incoming furniture shipments to large staffing initiatives.



Alejandra Costello

Alejandra Costello


Learn how to get organized (in a really fun way!) with organizing tips from Certified Professional Organizer, Alejandra Costello.

“I show people how to get organized and be more productive on a daily basis through my home organizing tips, organization product reviews, and organization ideas to declutter your clutter. I can’t wait to show YOU how to get organized too!”


Linda SamuelsLinda Samuels


Hudson, NY

In addition to her hands-on organizing, Linda presents seminars, writes articles, blogs and newsletters, and consults to other Professional Organizers. She has been featured in The New York TimesWomen’s DayLadies Home JournalWestchester MagazineBottom Line PersonalEveryday with Rachael Ray and Entrepreneur.com. She is a favorite radio guest and was recently interviewed on Martha Stewart Living Radio. Based in Croton on Hudson, NY, she works with clients throughout the United States.


Pamela BowersPamela Bowers 


Little Elm, TX

After obtaining her Executive Secretarial Associate’s Degree, Pam spent nearly 20 years in the corporate world. During the early part of her career, she became a Certified Professional Secretary after passing all parts of the exam on the first attempt. Her office skills continually received high compliments, particularly in the area of organization. After responding to a request (posted on mamasource.com) to help with a busy photographer’s home office organization, Pam decided to use her experience to focus solely in the area of organizing the chaos that seems to control our lives. In 2006, Organized ChaosTM was formed.


Lori KrolikLori Krolik 


Palo Alto, CA

More Time For You was created in 1995 to help individuals and families establish organized systems for the important things in their lives.

[Lori’s] expertise and insight into how to create an organized and efficient home was a service people needed and soon the business flourished. Eventually More Time For You grew to offer additional services including time management and productivity as well as branching out from residential clients into the small business community.

Today the company is a local leader in the professional organizing and productivity arena and has helped hundreds of clients improve their lives by adopting the systems, methodologies, and strategies created and taught by More Time For You. 


Debbie StinsonDebbie Stinson


Dallas, TX

Through every stage of my career, I have researched and applied organizing principles to simplify and enhance my life. I have practiced, experimented and applied these principles as a business owner; implementing systems to manage accounts and meet client needs, an artist; creating an efficient yet inspirational studio, a student; setting up a focused and conducive learning environment, a volunteer; from project management to event planning, and mother; discovering ways to balance raising and nurturing a child while exploring and maintaining my interests and career.

I continue to apply these same principals today in a professional capacity to enhance the lives of my clients, as well as their families and business associates. I enjoy passing on the wisdom, knowledge and problem solving skills I have cultivated from my research and life experience. I continue to improve and develop new methods to assist my clients through continuing education, professional development workshops and industry conferences.


Miriam Ortiz y PinoMiriam Ortiz y Pino


Albuquerque, New Mexico

Since 2000, Miriam has been one of a handful of professional organizers in Albuquerque, New Mexico. In 2007, she was among the first to become a Certified Professional Organizer®. She’s frequently quoted in the local media as an expert on simplifying, and provider of workshops for large and small groups. Miriam’s longevity in the organizing field has earned her membership in the Golden Circle of the National Association of Professional Organizers (NAPO).


Jill RevitskyJill Revitsky  


Pittsburgh, PA

We all know that the level of stress, mess and clutter can make our lives unmanageable. There is always so much to do, but not enough hours in the day to complete even the smallest tasks. At Discover Organizing, they embrace this chaos and take the clutter away from your home or office, and in turn, away from your mind



Debbie ZechiniDebbie Zechini


Raleigh, NC

When I walk into a messy home, I don’t see the chaos–I see the possibilities. And I never judge because I know the disorganization isn’t a true reflection of the person standing in front of me. So, like a puzzle that’s calling out to be solved, my mind immediately starts devising a unique system that suits the client. Through both organizing and coaching, I work with my clients to create the peaceful, orderly environment they’ve been longing for.

No mess is too great! I work with a variety of clients, including situationally disorganized to chronically disorganized, and especially love the open, creative and fun nature of my clients with Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD). In fact, I recently discovered I have a form of ADHD myself.


Cris Sgrott-WheedletonCris Sgrott-Wheedleton 


Washington, DC Metro

Cris is the owner and founder of Organizing Maniacs®, LLC, a productivity consulting and professional organizing service company located in Ashburn, VA. Organizing Maniacs provides services to those in the Washington, DC Metro area. Cris is a Certified Professional Organizer, Certified Professional Organizer in Chronic Disorganization, productivity consultant, speaker and business success educator dedicated to helping individuals and businesses become productive, organized, and successful. Cris holds a Bachelor’s Degree of Science in Marketing with a minor concentration in Business Management from Old Dominion University ~ Norfolk, VA. With years of experience, Cris has spent many successful years in the corporate world.


Heidi SolomonHeidi Solomon


Boston, MA

Heidi has been helping individuals create better living spaces for almost 15 years. She specialized in organizational management at several non-profits and the Investment Banking Division of Credit Suisse First Boston where she transformed the effectiveness of business by finding synergies and operational efficiencies across the finance, accounting and staffing functions.

With a background in organization and management she launched P.O.S.H. in January 2006 to provide expertise in professional organization services and consultation to customers in the private home, small business and corporate sectors.


Julie NaylonJulie Naylon


Los Angeles , CA

No Wire Hangers is a Los Angeles based green home organizing business that emphasizes living a more ecologically minded lifestyle.

Not only will your home run more efficiently, but with some small changes, you can also help save the earth. Everyone is talking about going “GREEN”. Now is the time to simplify and re-organize the green way.

Betsy KramerBetsy Kramer 


Elysburg, PA

Betsy Kramer is a motivational speaker, professional organizer and member of NAPO (National Association of Professional Organizers). With her business “Cash in Clutter” www.cashinclutter.com specializing in organizing for the busy family, Betsy helps others put “things” in their place (literally and metaphorically). In addition she has been a weekly columnist for www.cleverparents.com a “website for smart and successful parents” since 2005. Betsy has taught classes and given workshops for various groups including private groups, schools, hospitals, universities, and more. Betsy Kramer and “Cash in Clutter” have appeared in various newspapers, web media, Sirius Satellite Radio, NBC-17 and featured on The CBS Early Show in September 2006.


Suzanne BrownSuzanne Brown 


Denver, CO

My focus is helping busy homekeepers (anyone who maintains a home for their family and/or themselves) set up systems and tools that will enable them to live life more fully by requiring less focus on their stuff.

I especially love working with those who are moving into or out of homes. Though hard to believe, moving can be the time of joy and excitement it should be when there is a plan in place and that plan is carried out. And moving into a new home is the best time to get things set up in a functional way. I am happy to work closely with local realtors in serving the best interests of their clients during the time of transition.


Kacy PaideKacy Paide 


Washington, DC Metro

During college and for a few years after, I worked for a USAID contractor. One of my most memorable jobs was archiving over a hundred busted and torn boxes of files that had come in from a closed project in the Philippines. The funny thing is that this wasn’t in my job description- I volunteered to sort, label, and archive them. The hours flew by and I was in the zone. My largest filing project to date was for what became more than 30 drawers of documents for a multi-million dollar project. Those jobs were working with paper. Now I work with people, who just happen to have a lot of paper.

I became a professional organizer immediately after graduating college with a degree in cultural anthropology. If ever forced to return to higher education, I would certainly compile my observations of the messy American office. Back in 2001 there weren’t many people pursuing a career in organizing straight out of college. For me, it was the next natural step. Organizing is the only career I’ve ever known.


Abbey ClaireAbbey Claire


Los Angelas, CA

My ideal client is someone whose life has gotten in the way. Busy moms, busy professionals and anyone in between who doesn’t know how or where to start.

If this sounds like you then you’ve come to the right place! I will help you find the best solutions to get you organized and keep you that way!

I work with my clients to create a home/work environment where they can function. Together we develop systems to keep things “in order” and banish chaos.


Perri KershPerri Kersh


Our overall goal is to help our clients find order and peace of mind in their busy lives through friendly, fun, nonjudgmental and easy-to-maintain solutions that will help them get and stay organized. Despite the name Neat Freak, we’re not obsessed with organization. But we are committed to living a simple and amazing life, and find that organization is a tool that helps accomplish this goal.

We love the work that we do with our clients! The reward is helping others create their own corner of “neatness” that allows them to live the life they want to live.



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