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  • March 26, 2021 7:38 PM | Carolyn Rogers (Administrator)

    National Association of Productivity and Organizing (NAPO) Georgia member Karen Leff has served on the Board of Directors as Treasurer since 2020. Her 14 years of experience includes financial and residential organizing for individuals, families, and small businesses.

    Karen also is a member of the American Association of Daily Money Managers (AADMM). Her Atlanta-based organizing business — Leff Organizing — provides services focused on organizational strategies for improving her clients' quality of life. She serves clients across metro Atlanta, including Decatur, Buckhead, Druid Hills, Sandy Springs, Dunwoody, and Brookhaven.

    Leff Organizing works with busy professionals, families, and adult children supporting older adults. She works compassionately with those dealing with life transitions.

    "I believe your home should be a sanctuary," says Karen. "It should be your calm, happy place of retreat. Disorder and clutter can keep you from enjoying your time at home and can keep you from taking part in fun activities with family and friends.”

    Whether you are facing life changes, moves, downsizing or just want your home to function better for you, Karen is here to help. Visit her website to learn how she can organize your life. 

  • March 17, 2021 9:00 AM | Carolyn Rogers (Administrator)

    Metro Atlanta Productivity Consultant and Professional Organizer

    NAPO Georgia member Ginger Willis has served on the Board of Directors for the past three years and currently holds the position of Chapter President. Her service to the chapter has been invaluable and we are honored to have her as an active member.

    Ginger is a Metro Atlanta Productivity Consultant and Professional Organizer. She is the proud business owner of Element of Fun Organizing and has been helping clients organize their personal and professional lives for 4 years.

    When asked why she decided to join NAPO Georgia, she said, “The first time I attended a NAPO Georgia meeting, I knew I’d found my people. My dream of becoming a Professional Organizer and business owner was validated when I saw so many amazing, intelligent people already doing what I aspired to.

    There is no doubt Ginger is passionate about all things organization. Her dedication to NAPO Georgia and her client work speaks volumes. In addition to being a businesswoman, Ginger is a wife, mom, fur mamma and volunteer. She uses her solution-based mindset to help others get organized and evolve into the best version of themselves. 

    Ginger’s professional organization journey began back in high school when she developed a passion for organization and productivity. She continued her path as a Project Manager in Hospitality Interior Design and held a position as an Office Manager before becoming an entrepreneur. She has additional skills in space planning, custom storage solutions, event and project planning, and staging. ​

    Visit Ginger's website and learn more about her and the services Element of Fun Organizing provides. Ginger will without a doubt bring an “element of fun” to your life! 

  • March 12, 2021 8:15 AM | Laurie Michaelson (Administrator)

    By Ellen Delap, CPO

    Ellen Delap, CPO

    The year was 2000 when I received an inquiry from a neighborhood woman seeking a professional organizer to help her and her newly retired husband get organized. As an established professional organizer, author and NAPO member, I knew I could help her! This was the start of a 20 year client relationship based on trust and connection. 

    In that first year, my organizing work with the couple flourished. We organized many things, starting with their closets and important documents. The wife, who had also recently retired from her boutique clothing store, loved having a professional to help incorporate her amazing vintage clothing and extensive designer clothing collection into her closet. The husband on the other hand, appreciated the assistance in organizing his growing consulting business paperwork and residential documents. 

    Throughout the years, our connection progressed. We decided on monthly maintenance for paper management, where I would help the couple organize their files and eventually help pay their bills. The wife and I even worked together with a closet designer to envision and transform their guest room into a designer closet. This soon became the jewel of their home and all visitors were given a tour of the wife’s fabulous closet. 

    The family eventually decided to age in place at home. I began to organize their medical documents including paperwork regarding their benefits and medications. Together we interviewed new team members for the family, including a cleaning lady and a caregiver. I have continued to serve as their professional organizer in aiding them with documenting their paperwork and other organizing needs. We coordinate their medical and personal care with our quarterly team meetings.   

    In our 20th year together, we are celebrating our success in organizing. This family and I have created an organized lifestyle, streamlined paperwork and maintained organization together. What built this trust is the expertise of being a certified professional organizer, the confidentiality and ethics of our profession and the core knowledge base of paper management.  

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