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Chapter Board of Directors


Jill Katz

Jill Katz, One to Zen Organizing

(301) 799-8112  |

Problem Solving is a hobby of mine. In my previous career in marketing and market research, I used research, listening skills, flexibility and creative thinking to understand peoples wants and needs. As the owner of One to Zen Organizing, I help people gain control of their clutter by providing a framework for each person's personal journey toward organization. Because I believe that everyone deserves to feel calm and organized.

I joined NAPO-DC in 2018 and really enjoy the warmth of its members and the insightful discussions that we share about all-things-organizing. I am looking forward to giving back to our Chapter.

Vice President

This position is open for the year 2024-2025. If interested in this board position, please contact


Carrie Noel-Nosbaum, Carrie It Away LLC

(240) 766-7909  |

As a former High School Teacher, I am passionate about teaching people and encouraging them to free up their time and space for who and what they love. My process is all about setting my clients up for success and encouraging them along the way. Planning, Executing and Celebrating are the cornerstones to effective change.

I’m so grateful that I joined NAPO at the start of my Professional Organizing career in 2021. It’s a wonderful community that allows me to connect with others and continue my love of lifelong learning.


Judy Kwon, Moonbeam Organizing, LLC

(832) 715-5894 |

Moonbeam Organizing, LLC was born from my desire to help others create a home that is their haven. A calm and organized space, whether physical or digital, positively impacts quality of life. My mission is to support clients in making positive shifts and learning strategies that sustain this way of living with their space and things long after our work is done.

I was that artistic child with the tidy room. The left brain right brain balance led me towards a decade-long career in both arts administration and art making. The last twenty years were focused on managing high value art collections, museum exhibitions and public art projects. I currently serve as a Commissioner on the State of Maryland's Commission on Public Art. 

Joining NAPO national in July 2023 and the Washington DC chapter in August, I am so grateful to be amongst such kind, heart-centered and helpful souls. I look forward to continued learning and growing and am excited to serve this beautiful community. 

Director at Large

This position is open for the year 2024-2025. If interested in this board position, please contact

Director of Membership

This position is open for the year 2024-2025. If interested in this board position, please contact

Director of Communications & Technology

M. Laurie CammisaThe Red Binder

(617) 680-1385 |

Laurie is currently the founder and Binder Boss at The Red Binder © TM.  She helps clients organize their most important information in one place.  Clients, and their families, will have peace of mind that they are ready when life’s expected – and unexpected – events happen.   

Prior to creating The Red Binder, Laurie was an executive in the health care industry and a licensed attorney.  She has taught at Tufts University and at Simmons College Graduate School in Health Studies. She earned her JD from Boston College Law School and her BA magna cum laude from Tufts University.  She is a Henry Crown Fellow and a member of the Aspen Global Leadership Network at the Aspen Institute as well as an Eisenhower Fellow.

Director of Business Partners

Heather Nickerson, Artifcts

(202) 250-9589 |

Prior to co-founding Artifcts, Heather served as Chief Growth & Strategy Officer of Red Five Holdings, Inc., and President of Red Five Privacy Labs, LLC. While at Red Five, she drove corporate growth, led corporate brand and service line marketing, and pursued new entrepreneurial lines of business.

Before joining Red Five, Heather served as an Intelligence Analyst with the Central Intelligence Agency, including serving as a briefer in a war zone tour in Afghanistan.

Heather holds a B.A. in International Relations from Brown University and a Masters of Economics from the London School of Economics. She is a member of the Economic Club of Washington, DC, and serves on the Board of the Association for Corporate Growth, National Capital. She is also an active Partner with NextGen Venture Partners.

Director of Marketing

This position is open for the year 2024-2025. If interested in this board position, please contact

Director of Programming & Development

Jeanne Fox-Alston, Your Space Made to Order

(202) 455-6306 |

Jeanne Fox Alston is a professional organizer and the owner of Your Space Made to Order. While she has done organizing jobs of all shapes and sizes, her areas of expertise include move management, staging and space planning. As such, she works with clients who are preparing to move with downsizing, updating and staging their residence and then settling into their new home. Another specialty is offering creative organizing and design solutions to clients who are moving into a smaller residence or want to use a space for another purpose. Fox Alston became an organizer after a long career in newspaper journalism, including The Washington Post, and media-related professional and trade associations. She lives and works in the Washington DC metropolitan area.

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