5-3: The Dirty Cleaning Secrets Every Professional Organizer Should Know
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5-3: The Dirty Cleaning Secrets Every Professional Organizer Should Know

Kandy Santori & Pam Clyde

Have you ever wondered how to help your client choose the right house cleaning or other home service provider?
Have you ever been tempted to clean while you organize?  
Should we be separating the cleaning aspect of household organizing and putting items back on a dusty shelf or should we clean as we go? 
Is it OK for a Professional Organizer to clean?
If I'm tempted to clean as I organize, what are the best tools, supplies and equipment to have with me?
If any of these questions have ever crossed your mind, this session is for you!  After this session, you will have a clear understanding of how to help your clients truly make their homes look, smell and feel better, while adding value AND significant income to your business!



Kandy Santori

Kandy spent over 18 years working in Fortune 500 companies in positions ranging from Administrative Assistant, to a Fire/Theft Team Leader for the entire state of Ohio where she managed claims investigators.  Any vehicle, boat, RV, motorcycle or manufactured home, that was stolen or burned in Ohio, her unit handled.  A number of those cases made CNN headlines.   She was also a branch manager for a tax office and then moved onto becoming a stockbroker.  In 2009 she realized she had a talent for organizing and cleaning.  She started Organizational Cleaning, LLC in 2009 and joined NAPO the same year.  She attended her first NAPO conference in Columbus in 2010.  She attended the new orientation session and walked out of there, called her husband in tears and told him, “I found my peeps”.   Since then, she has continued to learn and grow as an entrepreneur by starting two more companies and working on her coaching certification.  

Other tidbits include travelling to Nepal in 2003 to hike to the base camp of Mount Everest and running the Athens Marathon in Athens Greece in 2002.



Pam Clyde

Pam Clyde, a native Texan, studied Business Administration at Texas State University.  After college she worked in the insurance industry both as a claims supervisor and sales woman.
In 1998 she began her Professional Organizing business by helping people organize their photos and create keepsake scrapbooks.  In 2007 Pam added organizing services of other areas of the home as well as cleaning and decorating.  
Pam has served her local NAPO Austin Chapter since 2014 as Director of Marketing, President and currently Immediate Past President.  She has also been serving on the Chapter Relations Committee as the Director of Marketing Moderator since 2017.




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