How the Public Really Feels About Organizing
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How the Public Really Feels About Organizing

Sharon Lowenheim & Stephanie McGrath

What does the public know about our profession? How do they view their own organizing habits, attitudes, and behaviors? How concerned are they about the environment when they dispose of items? Does their technology make them feel more or less organized? What factors influence someone's decision to hire a particular organizer? Is there a typical organizing client

Join us for the answers to these and other questions as we present the result of the 2019 public survey.

Objectives:

  • Report on trends from the most recent public survey
  • Identify how the environment has changed from the last public survey three years ago
  • Discuss how we can apply newly-acquired knowledge to our work with clients

Sharon Lowenheim

Sharon Lowenheim is the only Certified Professional Organizer® in New York City specializing in small spaces. Sharon founded Organizing Goddess, Inc., in 2006 after a 25-year career with three of the world’s largest corporations. A native New Yorker, she has spent a lifetime developing techniques for living happily and comfortably in apartments.

Sharon is currently serving a three-year term as Member Director on the NAPO Board of Directors.She served five years on the board of NAPO-New York, including two years as Chapter President. When she is not organizing or volunteering, she enjoys performing and directing with a community theatre group in New York City.

 

Stephanie McGrath

Stephanie McGrath is a professional organizer who thrives on helping clients simplify and organize their lives – whether it be their spaces, their time or their memories, she helps them sort, process and organize their “stuff”.  Stephanie spent 18 years in the corporate world of marketing and advertising driving successful marketing management programs, strategic marketing and branding. Stephanie combined her natural-born organizing skills with her project management skills and love of photography to create Pearls & Planners in 2016. Today, Pearls & Planners offer residential, non-profit and photo organizing services for clients. Stephanie helps clients get organized so they can live their organized lives. 

Stephanie is a member of the National Association of Productivity and Organizing Professionals (NAPO) where she serves as Chair of the Information and Research Committee and President of Richmond, VA Chapter of NAPO. She is also a member of APPO (Association of Personal Photo Organizers. 

 



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