Baltimore, MD, May 22, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- The Baltimore Chapter of the National Association of Professional Organizers® (NAPO-Baltimore) is pleased to announce the appointment of its Board of Directors for the 2013-2014 year. The newly elected board will help guide the organization’s strategic goals of promoting and advancing the professional organizing industry.
The Board includes:
· President: Kathleen “KD” Durham, KD SpaceLifts, LLC
· Vice President: Susan von Suhrke, Timely Transitions®
· Secretary: Deb Clark, Go To Girl Organizing Solutions
· Treasurer: Laura Kavinski, Timely Transitions®
· Immediate Past President: Jacquie Ross, CastAway the Clutter!
· Director of Membership: Cheryl Osterhouse, In Order for Life, LLC
· Director of Marketing: Jill Prevatt, Arrange Professional Organizing, LLC
· Director of Administration: Valerie Cowan, Destination Organized®
· Director of Communications & Technology: Emily Herwig, Tidy Life, LLC
· Director of Associate Membership: Terry Cooch, TLC Home, LLC
· Director of Professional Development/Programs: Nadine Sachs, Organized2Succeed
“The value of and need for organization and increased efficiency, whether in a residential or business setting, have never been more prevalent than today,” said Kathy “KD” Durham, new President of the NAPO-Baltimore Chapter. “I look forward to and am encouraged by the leadership and diverse skill sets of our new board members. As we work to build momentum behind NAPO-Baltimore’s strategic programs, I have confidence in our efforts to continue furthering awareness of the organization and the benefits to the public of partnering with a professional organizer.”
To learn more about NAPO-Baltimore, please visit www.napobaltimore.org.
NAPO-Baltimore was founded in 2008 as the premier resource in the greater Baltimore area for organizing and productivity professionals. NAPO-Baltimore members help individuals and businesses take control of their surroundings, time, paper, and systems for life. Visit the Find an Organizer directory on www.napobaltimore.org to locate a professional organizer in your area.