Nancy B. Katz, Clutter Consultant
We are often asked, “how does one become an organizer?” As a Professional Organizer, we have a passion for creating order and reducing stress in chaotic environments. One becomes an organizer when this passion results in building a career, one orderly room, one alpha/chrono file, one color-coded closet at a time.
Nancy brings to the organizing profession a background in Arts and Business Administration. A Program Associate at the Illinois Arts Council, she consulted with all not-for-profit arts organizations in the state on planning new programs, grants writing, and board and budget development. Later, Nancy worked for COMPAQ Computer Corporation as an Administrative Assistant to the regional director of sales. She was responsible for meeting planning, new product announcements and office operations. Nancy then managed the office of a 14-person accounting firm in Chicago, and was a vice-president on the regional board of a $30 million community service organization. She founded her company, Nancy B. Katz, Clutter Consultant, in 2001, and has a staff of eight organizers. She organizes business and residential environments, plans and executes moves, and coaches time management. As the mother of two children, her organizational skills were required on a daily basis.