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National Association of Productivity and Organizing Professionals!

Our mission is to develop, lead, and promote productivity and organizing professionals in Georgia

 

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Our next chapter meeting is:

November 13th, 2018

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Program Topic: “Differences Between Chronic Disorganization, Hoarding Behaviors,  and the Hoarding Disorder”

Speaker : Jonda Beattie and Diane Quintana

Jonda Beattie is a Professional Organizer, presenter, and author of an organizational workbook, From Vision to Victory: A Workbook For Finding a Simple Path to an Organized Home. She has recently co-authored two children’s books, Suzie’s Messy Room and Benji’s Messy Room. She was featured in an article on kitchen organization in Women’s World, appeared as part of the organizational team on a Buried Alive program in ’09 and the A & E Hoarding program in 2011. She was also interviewed on the local Friends and Neighbors show, Fox 5 Good Day Atlanta, and on Book Your Success.

Jonda is a former teacher with a masters degree in special education and owner of Time Space Organization, a consultancy in metro Atlanta that works with both residential and small business clients. In her professional role, she uses her listening skills, problem solving skills, knowledge of different learning techniques, ADHD specialty, and paper management skills to tackle the toughest organizational issues.art of the organizational team on a Buried Alive program in ’09 and the A & E Hoarding program in 2011. She was also interviewed on the local Friends and Neighbors show, Fox 5 Good Day Atlanta, and on Book Your Success.

She is a member of NAPO, The National Association of Professional Organizers and ICD, the Institute for Challenging Disorganization as well as CHADD, Children and Adults with Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder. Her career choice has opened problem solving opportunities for Jonda with her diverse clientele. Her networking skills offer clients a wide range of choices for enhancement of their time and space.

Diane N. Quintana, CPO®, CPO-CD®, has a BA from Washington University. She started her career as an elementary school teacher, teaching kindergarten and first grade. Diane and her husband Nick moved to Bangkok, Thailand in 1979 and from there to Hong Kong. They returned to Connecticut with their first son, Alex, in 1984. In 1993, the family (which now included second son Andy) moved to Singapore, and they returned a second time to Connecticut in 1997. Juggling frequent international moves, raising a family, and working as a teacher helped Diane develop great habits for staying organized.

In 2005, Diane founded her company DNQ Solutions, LLC. She is a Board Certified Professional Organizer and a Certified Professional Organizer specializing in Chronic Disorganization. Diane also holds Specialist certificates in ADD and in Hoarding. She teaches her clients how to become organized and provides them with strategies and solutions for maintaining order in their busy lives. Diane is a member of the National Association of Professional Organizers and the Institute for Challenging Disorganization. She is also the ICD Ambassador Team Coordinator. Diane is proud to be affiliated with Parkaire Consultants, Inc. When she is not busy organizing, Diane loves to work in her garden and to participate in ballroom dance competitions.  Diane lives in Atlanta, Georgia.

Following meeting date: January 8th, 2019

 


 

3 Top Reasons To Attend a NAPO Georgia Meeting

1.  Connect:    Meet like-minded people and grow your professional network.
2.  Educate:    Attend programs designed to help you build your business.
3.  Support:  Explore volunteer and leadership opportunities within your local chapter.

For information about being a guest at one of our meetings, please contact our Membership Director.


 

NAPO President Ellen Fay visited the NAPO GA chapter in June 2015

NAPO President Ellen Faye visited the NAPO Georgia Chapter in June 2015


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