5:00 - 6:00 pm – Roundtable Discussion (Members Only)
6:00 - 6:30 pm – Buffet Style Dinner (Members & Guests)
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The October 15 Roundtable (Members Only) is a discussion led by Scott Johnson of Your Move Simplified on Downsizing: The Never Ending, Forever Expanding Client Request.
Judith Kolberg is the speaker for the October 15 Chapter Meeting. She will share her expertise on Digital Estate Planning. A Digital Estate Plan is a step-by-step plan for securing so many things we take for granted — social media accounts, passwords, automatic deposits and payments, electronic banking authorizations and much more. How safe are your digital assets? If you suddenly died or became incapacitated, would your family or authorized representative know what intangible online and “invisible” web-based accounts you have? Would they know where to find them? Would they know the passwords?
Judith pioneered the Atlanta-based professional organizing company, FileHeads Professional Organizers in 1989. In 1990, she founded the National Study Group on Chronic Disorganization, the precursor to the Institute for Challenging Disorganization. Judith is credited with launching an entire field of professional organizing specifically dedicated to addressing the needs of individuals who are challenged by chronic disorganization. Her depth of experience and humorous delivery has made her a popular international speaker.
Respected by her peers as an industry-futurist and thought-leader, Judith is the recipient of the organizing industry’s highest honors. Her books have sold over a half-million copies in five countries through Squall Press. Her latest materials are about the concept of Information Afterlife and Digital Estate Planning. Judith lives in Atlanta where she sees clients, writes, takes care of her Mom and helps other people write their books.