Annie is a mother of two who has always loved everything about organizing. She used it as a coping mechanism while attending nursing school and put her talents into practice when she needed to contend with masses of paperwork as a Critical Care Nurse.
Annie uses her assessment, communication, and planning skills to develop a Critical Care Plan to conquer clutter. Her passion and knowledge has turned many homes and offices into beautiful, functional spaces! She prides herself on her ability to use the items her clients already possess to create functional, attractive organizational systems. Any unwanted items she removes from her clients' homes are properly disposed of or recycled; all donations are taken to local charities where they can be claimed by someone in need.
In addition to working with individuals, Annie also uses her talents to help community organizations. Her most recent project with Mothers’ Home in Darby, PA, successfully transformed a storage room overwrought with donations of clothing, toys, and home goods into a well organized shopping area where young women can quickly and easily find the items they need. Annie feels so passionately about this organization that she is now the Volunteer Sharing Space Coordinator for Mothers' Home.
Annie’s passion for organizing has also led her to begin educating others on the importance of removing clutter from their lives. She has presented organizing tips & tricks to a variety of groups and is available for speaking engagements.