Amy loves to help people find happiness through organization with an eye toward beautiful, functional design. Prior to becoming a professional organizer, she was a Certified Public Accountant (CPA), an interior design student, and an office manager. Her background makes her uniquely suited for both detail-oriented and creative projects.
Amy has also been serving as treasurer for the Washington DC chapter of National Association of Productivity and Organizing Professionals (NAPO) since 2016.
Jody Al Saigh
Jody is a former photographer and graphic designer ready to help you organize your photos – print or digital. After earning a B.S. degree in Photography from Syracuse University, she spent 10 years in graphic design and print production management. Jody is a Certified Personal Photo Organizer with the Association of Personal Photo Organizers (APPO). Along with her photography background, Jody prides herself on organizing her family and her busy schedule, which includes volunteer work with her sorority Pi Beta Phi and fundraising for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society.
Christina is a Residential Organizing Specialist who enjoys working in all areas of the home. After earning a B.S. in Environmental Sciences from the University of Virginia, she honed her spatial analysis skills as a GIS Analyst and Cartographer.
Now working full time as a professional organizer, Cristina uses her environmental and geographic background to help seniors and boomers declutter their living spaces. She currently serves as Secretary on the Board of the NAPO-WDC Chapter.
Barbara has always loved organizing and for years found an outlet in helping friends and family organize their spaces – from closets to basements, she couldn’t wait to get her hands on them! She enjoys creating calm out of chaos, and seeing the delight others take in a well-organized space she has created.
Having moved many times in her life Barbara has learned how to ‘travel lightly’, and loves to help others through the process. Even though she’s now firmly rooted in the DC area, she declutters her own space on a regular basis.
J.J. has been bookkeeping/organizing since 1997, starting out as a staffer at a non-profit and now working with diverse clients. She brings a keen attention to detail and loves to help her clients get to a point where they can exhale, knowing that their bookkeeping and health insurance claims will be taken care of. She loves to create an empathetic space where her clients can feel at ease.
J.J. graduated from The George Washington University with a major in sociology and has studied Nonviolent Communication for several years. Living in the DC area for two decades, she is actively involved in the improv community, where she performs, teaches and leads improv jams.
Tracey honed her skills as a professional organizer through more than 20 years of wearing a variety of hats, including parenting and homemaking, teaching, tutoring, and homeschooling her eldest child through his middle school years. Living with a growing family in a tiny Arlington rambler, and being responsible for the education and welfare of twenty or more 6-year-olds, absolutely requires organization to rise to the top of the “essential skills” survival list!
Tracey comes to professional organizing via a mid-life career change, bringing with her a slightly different perspective, including a special focus on the unique challenges of sentimental clutter. She finds that helping people to effectively deal with the logistics and emotions attached to objects which have been acquired from special people and memorable occasions is the most rewarding part of organizing. Tracey has Education degrees from George Washington and Marymount Universities. In addition to professional organizing, she also enjoys creating through the art of calligraphy.
Nicole’s favorite thing about organizing is the satisfaction clients have after order has emerged from their previous chaos. Helping clients through the sometimes emotional process of bringing their space and life back to order is what keeps her going. Nicole has a Masters in Forensic Psychology from Marymount University and a Bachelors in Psychology from Roger Williams University in Bristol, RI. Nicole enjoys organizing all aspects of the home and office and has experience with commercial clients as well.
Diane loves helping people develop organizational systems that will make their lives easier so they can focus on what’s important. She has a lifetime of experience providing training – from teaching songs and outdoor skills in Girl Scouts to educating constituents and colleagues in her professional career – that make her well suited to helping clients learn organizational skills. During her 20-year career as a nonprofit communications professional, Diane managed both small scale and large multi-faceted, cross-division projects. She has a bachelor’s degree in political science from the University of Connecticut and a master’s degree in political management from George Washington University. Personally, she has managed many moves for herself and friends, and her favorite activity is helping her friends reduce, sort, and arrange their things.
Martha has an artistic eye and an ability to make order out of chaos. Martha spent most of her career as a graphic designer. Then, working for an estate sale company, she sorted through closets and drawers to find valuable items for sale. Next, as an office dynamo, she impressed colleagues with her knack for organizing paperwork. In her own home, she has curated family art and heirlooms. She is always devising clever storage strategies for regular household items.
Martha brings a “can-do” attitude to organizing jobs large and small. Helping clients is her passion. Areas of expertise include: closets, kitchens, home offices, storage rooms, furniture placement, photo archiving (both digital and paper), photo books, and digital scrapbooking. Martha serves as Vice President on the NAPO-Washington DC Chapter’s Board of Directors.
Erin loves putting things in order and getting things done. Growing up, she would take apart her Teen magazines and categorize the pictures in her Trapper Keeper. Even as a teenager, she was always on hand to help her busy single mom organize and tidy their home.
Organizing, tidying, and home management run deep in her blood. Prior to becoming an organizer, Erin spent 13 years in the communications industry as a project and account manager, overseeing large digital initiatives for well-known brands and organizations. She brings her strong customer service experience and “there’s always a solution” attitude to all of her organizing jobs. Erin believes a peaceful and organized home means something different to everyone. From organizing junk drawers to overhauling a garage, she loves to find solutions that get your home in the order you always imagined it would be “someday.”
Carly has been organizing and helping clients simplify for over 7 years. Years ago she decided she wanted more time for what really matters so created systems to make daily life function more efficiently. She enjoyed this new found freedom so much she started simplifying the lives of others as a professional organizer.
She’s never intimidated by a clients Home or office and loves helping them through even the most stressful and seemingly overwhelming jobs. Her specialties include paper management and controlling digital clutter. Born and raised in Arlington she now lives in Falls Church and loves doing yoga when she is not organizing people’s homes.
Jill is a compassionate, energetic organizer who helps you get from clutter to calm. She gets no greater satisfaction than that of channeling all her energy into transforming someone’s space. The client’s expression when they look around and see themselves reflected in their home is priceless. As a mom to a daughter with ADD, she understands that everyone’s journey toward organization is different.
Prior to becoming a Residential Organizer, Jill acquired a degree in Marketing with a specialization in Market Research, and worked developing business conferences for executives. She views her days in Marketing and Market Research as not dissimilar to professional organizing. Both fields involve understanding the client and their goals. In Conference Organizing, it’s “What do they want to learn?”; in Residential Organizing, it’s “How do they want to live?” When not organizing, Jill enjoys practicing yoga and playing tennis.
Paula assists individuals to create personal and work spaces in which they can thrive. Organized and efficient environments support our lifestyle, allow us to focus on our values and nurture our passions. Paula brings the elements of well being, connection, positivity, spontaneity and security into living spaces to benefit the people within them. A member of NAPO, Paula’s professional experience includes promoting healthy, adventurous, and happy connections between travelers and our National Parks. She has degrees in creative visual design and multimedia as well as foreign language and literature.