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NAPO-WDC Chapter Meeting: Share the Love: Tools, Processes and Apps that Work

  • March 04, 2024
  • 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
  • Virtual Zoom Meeting
  • 46


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Share the Love: Tools, Processes and Apps that Work


#1  Anne Lyons, StepOne Organizing

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Anne Lyons has been a residential organizer since 2012. She serves clients in person and virtually, and loves to work with a team to serve people in transition. Over the last three years, she began to integrate coaching into her business and is currently finishing up two coaching certifications, one with Denslow Brown's ICF accredited Coach Approach for Organizers and one with Positive Intelligence. 

#2: Jill Katz, One to Zen Organizing LLC


Jill Katz, CPO® is the Professional Organizer & Owner of One to Zen Organizing, LLC where she serves the neurodivergent community and those going through life transitions by helping them declutter their physical, mental and temporal spaces. She believes in creating individualized strategies that lean on mindful and strength-based techniques.

#3: Susan Kousek, Susan Kosek Consulting

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Susan Kousek joined NAPO and the NAPO WDC chapter in 1999 and is an emeritus member of both, having retired from professional organizing. She’s getting ready to launch her new business, Susan Kousek Consulting, and the tool she’s going to talk about is the Life Information Document template that she created. It’s a Word document in which to record all the information that will be needed when one dies or if one is incapacitated. She’s completed her own and is helping her clients complete theirs.
#6 Annette Murray, Simply Organized Solutions

#4 Jill Katz, One to Zen Organizing


#5 Maria White, Enuf with the Stuff

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Maria White, owner of Enuff With The Stuff, has been a member of NAPO and NAPO-DC since 2007 and enjoys the support and education that she has received from both. She lives in Reston and services the northern Virginia region, helping clients organize and downsize or unpack into a new home. 

Annette Murray grew up in Georgia and was naturally organized as a child. Her mom did not have to ask her to clean her room. She was a stay-at-home mom until her daughter was in school but worked some part-time gigs. She was told by friends several times that she should start her own business. Covid gave her time to reflect on what 'could be.' Her business formation began in 2020. Murray says she has learned so much from her NAPO peeps. She is a residential organizer with an ICD ADHD specialist certification and enjoys helping a richly diverse set of clients. 

#7 Janet Schiesl, Basic Organization


Janet Schiesl is the owner of Basic Organization. She started her business in 2005 and it has grown to a team of 10 employees. They specialize in doing large jobs in a short time frame, so it's not unusual to pack a whole house to move or declutter and organize a 2 or 3-car garage in one day. Janet is a past president of NAPO-WDC and a past NAPO board member. Something one may not know about Janet is that she is an identical twin but she's much more organized than her sister.

#8 Maria  White, Enuf with the Stuff

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#9 Jill Katz, One to Zen Organizing


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