Volume 17, Issue 3
Board of Directors
Cynthia A. Smith
Education Program Coordinator
NAPO in the Schools
Glendale: Robin Davi, CPOŽ
Hollywood: John Trosko
Orange County: Gail Gray
South Bay: Beverly Clower
Inland Empire: Millie Hinkle
Ventura: Kathryn Masci
Westsiders: Toni Scharff
New Member Orientation
John Trosko, Chair
Marcy Melton, CPOŽ
45 members, 5 visitors
from Board Meeting
Nominating Committee was created for March elections
Year end NAPO-LA board review scheduled for March 22,
Kim Rocke was appointed to the Board to serve in the
position of Director of Communications and Technology that was vacated
by Susan Culligan
NAPO-LA Directors and Officers Liability
Insurance was renewed
No Chapter meeting in April due to National Conference
Leading Edge Award
2009 - Robin Davi
2008 - John
2007 - Jodie
2006 - Dolores Kaytes
2005 - Chris Mckenry
2004 - Jodi McDaniel
the Bar Award Winners
2009 - Leslie
2008 - Chantale
2007 - Jodie Watson
2006 - Chris McKenry
2005 - John Trosko
Volunteers of the Year
2009 - Linda Levine-Quackenbush
2008 - Heidi Chianta
2007 - Cary Brazeman
2006 - Claire Flannery &
2005 - Deborah Kawashima
2004 - Laurie Clark & Dee Saar
2003 - Robin Davi
NAPO National Membership
- Active Member*
*Provisional member dues are $180 plus a one-time $20
processing fee. You are an active member* if you have completed your
provisional membership year, or are a new NAPO member with more than one
year of professional organizing experiece.
NAPO National dues can be paid online.
of paid dues is required at time of joining NAPO-LA. NAPO National
submits its renewal notices directly to members on their anniversary
dates. NAPO-LA annual membership dues are renewed each September. You
can also join NAPO-LA online.
NAPO-LA Chapter Membership
Dues are prorated 25% quarterly.
$100 - Level 1
dues and Website Listing in the "Find an Organizer" section of our
$25 - One-Time Processing Fee
$25 - Lapsed Member Processing Fee
Dues are prorated 25% quarterly.
Branch Associate Member -
Local branch or regional office of a Corporate Associate Member
$300 - Local Associate Member - Locally-based, self-operating retailer,
supplier, designer, or independent sales representative engaged
primarily in the manufacture, distribution, and/or sale of
organizational equipment, supplies, or organizing-industry related
members are required to sign a Code of Ethics as part of their
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22 Board Meeting, 2:45pm
22 Organizing Awards Task Force Review 5:30pm
22 NAPO-LA Chapter Meeting, 6:15pm
5 Neighborhood Group: Inland Empire
11 Golden Circle Spring Meeting, 11:30am
21-24 NAPO National Conference, Columbus, Ohio
26 NO NAPO-LA Meeting
8 Neighborhood Group: Westsiders, 1pm
9 Neighborhood Group: Hollywood
13 Neighborhood Group: South Bay, 6pm
18 CD Support Group, 6pm
24 Board Meeting, 2:45pm
24 NAPO-LA Chapter Meeting, 6:15pm
28 Board Meeting, 2:45pm
28 NAPO-LA Chapter Meeting, 6:15pm
Bordonaro, CPOŽ, CRTS Simplicity Source, Inc.
and NAPO-LA President
How many times has someone told you that life is short? How many
times have you experienced an event that makes you realize that life is,
in fact, short and that you should enjoy and appreciate every moment of
it? A few such moments recently happened to me.
In January, my Dad went back into a Montreal hospital and I flew
home for four days in the midst of work, family life and, of course, the
Awards. Thankfully, it will all be okay, but it made me realize once
again how privileged I am that my life is full of "once-in-a-lifetime
- I recently returned from Brazil where I attended THE one-and-only
Rio Carnival - definitely a "once-in-a-lifetime experience" for me!
- As your President for the past ten months, I feel so proud of
our amazing Chapter for hosting the classy, stylish and sophisticated
NAPO-LA Organizing Awards. A superb event that could not have seen the
light of day without the fantastic Task Force and all the volunteers who
worked together to, once again, make this event the place to be on that
beautiful but somewhat cool January night. A "once-in-a-lifetime
event" for me as the President of NAPO-LA!
- Ditto for the Awards Brunch. The room was full of high energy
and it was so great to connect with friends from the industry and from
all over the world. I was proud to be part of our wonderful
Chapter. Another "once-in-a-lifetime" event for me as the President
- As a member of the Scheme Committee for the Board of
Certification of Professional Organizers (BCPO), I just came back from a
work session in Tampa where, as always, we worked really hard. We have
some great announcements to share with all of you Professional
Organizers - check out the article in this newsletter. A
"once-in-a-lifetime experience" for me as both a CPOŽ and a volunteer!
I could go on and on but needless to say, many of my
"once-in-a-lifetime experiences" come from participating in and
volunteering for what I believe in. Keep this in mind as you vote for
the 2010-2011 NAPO-LA Board. Whether you have your name on the ballot as
one of the new leaders, or just prefer to work in the trenches,
know that you are needed, appreciated and that it surely will be a
"once-in-a-lifetime experience" for you.
|NAPO-LA Chapter Meeting Info
|by Leslie Haber
An Organized Life
and NAPO-LA Director
of Professional Development
2010 MEETING INFO
Thank you to Attorney David
Masci for his fabulous presentation "Getting Answers to Your Legal
Business Questions" at our February chapter meeting. David graciously
reviewed member contracts, and gave attendees an outstanding
presentation covering so many of the important legal questions that we
too often don't ask. David gave good counsel (free legal information -
wow!), answered specific questions, and explained everything clearly and
March 22 Chapter
Our next chapter meeting is on Monday, March 22, and is entitled
"Seniors: Special Needs and Resources." A panel of experts in dealing
with all aspects of our senior clients will be on hand to offer advice,
resources, and answer questions. With the growing senior demographic,
all organizers should know what services and resources are available to
their senior clients. In addition, the panel will offer advice on
working with adult children of seniors - specifically within our
industry and as our roles of professional organizers. We look forward to
you joining us for this informative evening.
Upcoming 2010 Chapter Meetings
Join us in the upcoming months at
chapter meetings to include the following topics:
What Every Professional Organizer Should Know
Use It or Lose It!
business evaluation, ADD clients and more. Our meetings are based on
your requests and suggestions, and we welcome your ideas for speakers
send meeting suggestions to Leslie Haber at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Angeles Organizing Awards a Huge Success
Organize4Life and Event Chair, 2010 Los
Angeles Organizing Awards
THANK YOU TO ALL
The 2010 Los Angeles Organizing Awards, our
premier event of the year, was a terrific success with record attendance
and a great lineup of stellar organizing talent who joined us from
around the globe. This was only possible due to the efforts of a
terrific Task Force and the support of all of the additional volunteers
who are recognized here.
Task Force all glammed up for Awards Night!
Event Chair: Linda Levine-Quackenbush
Event Chair: Erin Haas
Administration Coordinator: Lori Gersh
Bag Coordinator: Rosalind Lakomy
Media Coordinator: Arianna Gonzalez
Coordinator: Christie Gelsomino
Production Coordinator: Michelle
PR/Marketing Coordinator: John Trosko
Coordinator: Dolores Kaytes
Sponsorship Coordinator: Heather Furlong
Liaison: Jodie Watson
VIP Coordinator: Amanda Hughes
Coordinator: Gail Gray
Voting/Travel Coordinator: Robin Davi
Awards volunteers receive well-deserved Certificates of Recognition
Ann Gambrell, Barbara Ricketts,
Beverly Clower, Chantale Bordonaro, Chris McKenry, Debra Frank, Donna
McMillan, Donna Rosman, Heidi Chianta, Jaime Benedon, Jenna Benedon, Kim
Rocke, Korey Aiken, Master Cruz, Mishele Vieira, Nicole Ballard, Regina
Lark, Robyn Reynolds, Sara Getzkin, Scott Gillanders, Susan Culligan,
Toni Scharff, Wendy Hughes.
Our host this year, Kim Coles,
entertained the crowd with her larger-than-life personality and her
humorous take on organizing, all while moving the show forward at a good
pace. With the addition of three awards, we were still able to
keep the show on schedule.
The Awards Brunch, held on Sunday,
January 31, at The Farm in Beverly Hills, was also well attended and
gave us an opportunity to bid a last farewell to our fellow organizers,
many of whom traveled long distances to be here with
us. Special thanks to Robin Davi for putting this lovely Brunch
On behalf of NAPO-LA, I want to take
this opportunity to thank everyone who helped to put this event
together, and I personally want to thank the Board of
Directors for allowing me the opportunity to be involved in this
NOTE: If you would
like to take part in a review of the Organizing Awards, please come to
the March 22 chapter meeting at 5:30 pm. The Task Force will be
there to answer your questions and to listen to any suggestions you
might have for the next event.
|NAPO-LA Chapter Members Win Big at the Awards!
Leading Edge Award:
Robin Davi, CPO
to Robin Davi in recognition of her extraordinary
actions and efforts to elevate the quality and profile of both NAPO and
NAPO-LA, Chapter President Chantale Bordonaro's remarks about Robin
included the following: "Known as the 'go-to-girl,' Robin
never says no, always puts her energy out there if she thinks you might
need help, and never ever takes the easy road to resolve a complex
situation or task. She leads by example." When the Award was being
announced, Robin said, "I remember Chris McKenry
pulling me to the side of the stage to listen to Chantale, and then I
realized that she was talking about me. I was totally surprised and
could not believe that I was this year's Leading Edge Award
recipient. The night was magical and meant more to me than words
can say. I am truly grateful to be a part of NAPO-LA."
Raising the Bar Award:
This Award is
traditionally given to a member of the NAPO-LA Board of Directors whose
service is above and beyond the call of duty. It is especially
significant because the recipient is chosen by fellow Board members. Leslie
Haber, Director of Professional Development for the past two
years, is this year's winner. Her boundless energy is showcased every
month as she leads each chapter meeting with bravado and humor.
"Receiving The Raising the Bar Award was one of the highlights
of my organizing career," said Leslie. "To be
recognized by my colleagues and fellow Board members was truly a special
moment. I enjoy my work with NAPO-LA immensely. My
involvement with the chapter has given me the opportunity to develop
strong friendships, work relationships, and the chance to learn from my
fellow members every day.
Volunteer of the Year Award:
Volunteer of the Year Award from NAPO-LA was given to Linda
Levine-Quackenbush who was this year's Chair of the Los
Angeles Organizing Awards. Linda worked countless
hours to make this year's Awards show the best ever. She
is a dedicated, detailed, amazing woman and we are proud to acknowledge Linda's
hard work with this Award. When asked how she felt about receiving this
Award, Linda said, "It was a great honor to be recognized by the
NAPO-LA Board of Directors with the Volunteer of the Year
Award. I was totally surprised when I heard my name called! I
was so busy focusing on everything going smoothly during the ceremony
that I was caught literally off guard." She added, "I took on the
responsibility of producing the Awards both as a personal
challenge and as a way to get to know and work closely with other
members of the chapter. As a newer member I believe that
volunteering is the very best way to really become a part of a larger
community of your peers.
Green Award: Sara Getzkin
asked for her thoughts on receiving The Green Award, Sara
said that she wanted to thank all of her colleauges, friends, family
and clients who voted for her! "I am most honored to have received The
Green Award at the 2010 Los Angeles Organizing Awards. I
truly appreciate your support. I don't expect every organizer or
every client to become completely green; however, I do hope to
transfer my green knowledge as much as I possibly can. At
times, when I mention recycling something to a client, they go into "green
mode" and seek out every used battery, old cell phone, old pair of
eyeglasses, etc., they can find because they never realized there was a
way to recycle/repurpose/reuse. I urge you to do the same and see what
Best Office Organizing Product: SurHook File
Folder by Esselte/Pendaflex
was accepted by our very own Associate Member Barb Schmit,
an Esselte Senior Account Manager, who said, "I was thrilled
when Esselte's SureHook File Folder was announced as the
winner of the Best Office Organizing Product at the 2010 Los
Angeles Organizing Awards. Esselte works very hard to
provide the best in supplies for the office and SureHook is the
latest in a long line of innovative products. It was a pleasure to be
able to accept this award on behalf of everyone at Esselte."
Congratulations Barb and Esselte/Pendaflex!
Best Garage Design Firm: OrganizIT!
Gougas, President of OrganizIT! and a NAPO-LA
Associate Member, has been able to leverage industry-leading, innovative
products to take garage organization to the next level. When asked
about his thoughts on receiving this Award, Gus said,
"We are very proud to receive this Award. In just three years in
business, we have been able to establish our company as a leader in the
garage organization industry. We are also very proud of our relationship
with NAPO. In the last year we have worked with numerous NAPO members
to help bring organization and efficiency to homeowners throughout Los
Angeles. It's been a very rewarding experience for everyone involved."
|Silent Auction for March
PRESIDENT IS ON THE AUCTION BLOCK!
Chantale Bordonaro, CPOŽ, CRTS™
Chantale is a Certified Professional Organizer (CPOŽ), a
Certified Relocation and Transition Specialist (CRTS™), a Speaker, a
Mentor, and your 2009-2010 NAPO-LA President.
Six years ago, Chantale started Simplicity Source, Inc. As
a relocation specialist and a professional organizer, Chantale followed
her passion to make people's lives simpler. With operations in San
Francisco and Los Angeles, her team has moved over 165 people and helped
countless individuals, families and home-based businesses to streamline
their lives, save time and money, and get back their peace of
Chantale believes in continued education and getting involved.
Whether she volunteers for NAPO-LA, BCPO, Habitat for Humanity, or
networks with various groups for business and relationship development,
Chantale keeps one main thing in mind: Life is short. Do what you love
to do and success and happiness will follow.
Prior to launching Simplicity Source, Inc., Chantale
worked 21 years in the movie distribution business in sales, retail
marketing and project management for companies like Twentieth
Century Fox and Standard Broadcasting. She herself moved
28 times and still loves the new challenges that come with change. She
and her husband live in Manhattan Beach with their four-year-old son,
Chantale would love to share her organizing tips with
you. Bid high on Chantale at the March 22 meeting and you could win the
opportunity to spend an hour with a real NAPO veteran!
to Our Newest Members
|Attention All CPOs!
TO RECERTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS|
Because BCPOŽ Certification is a living, breathing program,
it is constantly being monitored to ensure that it maintains
consistency with current certification industry standards. With the
onset of BCPOŽ's first Recertification, the annual review of our program
was more important than ever.
As a result of this review, BCPOŽ has modified the criteria for
recertification to be in line with comparable well-established
certification programs and has also modified the criteria for
For additional information on the changes that have been made
to the recertification requirements and CEU eligibility criteria, visit
the FAQ pages on the BCPOŽ website,
which are updated daily.
In concert with our management company, SMT, we believe that
these changes will strengthen our credentials as well as the
professional stature for all CPOŽ's, present and future.
MAJOR CHANGES FOR RECERTIFICATION
for recertification have been changed to remove the work experience
requirement. Effective March 1, 2010, for all current CPOŽ's,
recertification requirements are as follows:
- Assert to continuing practice as a Professional Organizer
- Pay the Annual Maintenance Fee (AMF)
- Obtain 45 eligible CEUs in the 3-year recertification period OR
take and pass the CPOŽ examination
MAJOR CHANGES FOR CEU ELIGIBILITY
Continuing Education Unit (CEU) eligibility requirements have
been revised to include eligible online and recorded courses. The
revised CEU eligibility requirements are:
Classes must be at least 60 minutes long.
Classes must provide skills and knowledge that allow you to better
serve your clients.
Classes may be live, web-based, or recorded
For Recertification, of the 45 required CEUs, at least 30 must be
for live classes; up to 15 may be web-based or recorded classes.
Classes, whether live, web-based, or recorded, must provide proof
of both attendance and completion of the course.
The Board of Certification for Professional OrganizersŽ
NAPO National Ambassador Program
NAPO National is looking for volunteers to be a
part of its Ambassador program. The Ambassadors make welcome calls to
new members each month.
are needed to cover Texas, Kansas, Alabama, Indiana, and Minnesota.
Although California already has four Ambassadors, one or two more
would be really useful. Volunteers do not necessarily have to live
in the state they cover.
If you're interested or
have questions, please contact Jennifer
Project Leader for NAPO, or Jean
Furuya, California Ambassador Liaison, 310-316-1753
|Golden Circle World
QUESTIONS TO ASK POTENTIAL CLIENTS
and a Golden Circle member
By Barbara Ricketts, CPOŽ
a.k.a. "The Mess
sound familiar? The phone rings; you answer it in your most
organized/professional voice and the first thing you hear is: "I think I
need you. Can you tell me what you do and how
much you charge?"
About 80% of my clients start the
conversation this way, and it became clear to me early on that these "potential clients" really didn't want their questions
answered right then. They weren't ready for the answers. What they
really wanted was to tell me about their
particular "organizing situation."
It's important to make a good impression
and start building a relationship in the
first 60 seconds of the initial phone call. We need to listen
to them to build trust, demonstrate
empathy and understanding, and be objective and sensitive to the
client's specific "situation."
As they describe their homes or offices, I
take notes so I can ask questions later. I want this to be a frank, fair
and objective conversation, and I want this potential client to provide me with
information rather than my just answering their questions.
very important to track what marketing
venue is working); and if they've ever worked with a professional organizer before. To build
rapport, there may, of course, be a little side conversation if we have
something in common.
After their "description of the situation" (which may
take 10 to 15 minutes), I ask if they share their space with children or
anyone else; where they're located and how
long they've lived there; how they heard about me, (
At this point, I ask if
there is anything else they think I should know just to make sure they
feel I've really listened to them describe their unique situation
(because every person is unique!).
Now the "potential client" is ready to hear
what I have to offer, so we can determine if there's a fit between their
needs and my particular organizing skills
and techniques. My goal is to make sure this person has a successful
experience getting their space(s) organized.
To build credibility, I begin by telling them that I offer confidential, nonjudgmental
organizing consulting and hands-on
organizing services. I briefly review my experience and
say that I'm a member of The National
Association of Professional Organizers and, to create value for my
services, I also tell them that I am a Certified Professional Organizer.
Next I describe my particular approach to
organizing and a little about my
ask if they have questions and explain that I start with a Needs
Assessment at their home to determine what
kind of organizing services they will need. I clearly quote what my fees
are for my services. The last question is "When would you like to schedule a Needs Assessment?"
My goal is for the potential client to feel
heard, less stressed, and confident that help is on the way!
GOLDEN CIRCLE KICKS OFF THE NEW
NAPO-LA Chapter Area Golden Circle Liaison
NAPO-LA Golden Circle kicked off the New Year in
mid-January with a great group of 17 members, welcomed at the home of
Lynne Gilberg with co-host Donna McMillan.
A group photo of all the
smiling Golden Circle members:
Three of the five NAPO Founders
attended: Beverly Clower, Maxine Ordesky
and Ann Gambrell (shown below, left to
A tasty luncheon was
enjoyed by all, followed by an abundance of sharing, discussion...and
fun. The group voted to rename the chapter newsletter column
"Golden Circle World." Articles are written by NAPO-LA Golden
Circle members on topics suitable for all levels of membership and
include a variety of business enhancing topics.
Chris Reiter will continue to collect organizing tips from all
chapter members at our monthly chapter meetings. Tips are published
in the NAPO-LA newsletter as well as on the website in the "members
only" section. Tips suitable for the general public who access the
website are posted on the home page. All tips are accepted
and those for public use will include the tipster's name, business name
and the link to their contact information.
The Golden Circle meeting schedule (see below) and the
hosts/co-hosts for 2010 were confirmed and have been posted on the
website. A future combined meeting with the San Diego chapter was
discussed, along with field trip ideas for 2010 meetings.
The next Golden Circle meeting is scheduled for Sunday, April 12.
NOTE: Qualifications for Golden Circle
membership include five years in business as a professional organizer
and one year as a NAPO member. Quarterly meetings are held in the
homes of Golden Circle members where we share
information, network and get to know each other on a personal and
professional level. All eligible Golden Circle members are invited
to join our group. More information is available on the NAPO
national website or by contacting Ann Gambrell (email@example.com).
GOLDEN CIRCLE SCHEDULE
- Sunday, April 11 - Host: Nancy Miller; Co-Host: Toni Scharff
- Saturday, July 17 - Host: Claire Flannery, CPOŽ; Co-Host:
- Sunday, October 17 - Host: Robin Davi, CPOŽ, Co-Host: Beverly
Grocery Shopping Bargains
Check grocery ads in the newspaper for bargains. Use the sale
items to plan your weekly menu to save money. Check your
cupboards and freezer before shopping to be sure you do not buy more
sale items than you already have.
by Ann Gambrell, Creative Time-Plus
Collecting Business Cards
When you take
someone's business card, jot a note to yourself on the back so you'll
remember who the person is; e.g., "met at conference," "referred by Mary
Smith," "painted Joe's kitchen," etc. Also, write a note
about any follow-up that you promised to do so you won't forget.
Submitted by Claire Flannery, CPOŽ, SimplifyLA
Chris Reiter of Time Strategies
was a guest on
"The Home Wizards Show" with host Cindy
Dole in January.
They had a lively discussion about paper management
and the home office.
Claire Flannery, CPOŽ, Simplify,
was a recurring guest on KLBC radio in February on
"All Things Organized." Ann Negendank, owner of Sensible
Space Organizing Services based in Long Beach, hosts
this weekly talk show on everyone's favorite subject: How to
get and stay organized.
The topic this time was "How to break the
clutter habit for good:
Tips & Tricks to live clutter free!"
NAPO-LA Immediate Past President John Trosko
was featured in two
segments on the February 4
edition of "The Bonnie Hunt Show."
NAPO-LA Past President and former
National Board Member
Dorothy Breininger of Delphi
Center for Organization was
featured on ABC-TV's
"Nightline" on March 4 for her work on the
television program "Hoarders"
on the A&E network.
Past President and current National Board Member Chris
McKenry of Get It Together LA! was
quoted in an article about useful organizing products for the laundry in
the February 17 issue of Woman's Day.
Member Star Hansen
of Simplfied Spaces appeared as the featured
professional organizer on Style TV's "What I Hate About Me" on
March 6. The episode was called, "Going Pro," and showed Star
working with a client to turn around bad habits while organizing garage
A reminder that NAPO-LA member Regina Lark, A
Clear Path, is LA's "Organizing Examiner" on Examiner.com,
an Insider Source for Everything Local. If you like to write about
organizing and decluttering, email
National was represented at the 6th Annual Closets & Home
Organization Conference & Expo held in Long Beach on Feb. 11 &
12. NAPO-LA members staffed the booth to promote the National
Association of Professional Organizers. Those who volunteered
to work at the booth included: Sandra Ateca, Nicole
Ballard, Claire Flannery, Master Cruz, Robin Davi, Heather
Furlong, Sara Getzkin, Erin Hass, Katherine Macey and Robyn
Reynolds. (Shown at left are Erin and Katherine)
|CD Support Group
The Office Jeanie and Educational Development Committee
If you work
consistently with chronically disorganized clients, you are invited
to participate in an informal support group.
18, 6pm - 8:30pm
Topic for discussion: "Time Management
Issues for Our CD Clients"
We will also spend time sharing our individual issues
and experiences with clients.
A simple pot luck is planned.
Limited to 12 attendees.
To RSVP or for more
information, contact Jean Furuya.
Los Angeles |
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Southern California area organizers together through networking,
education, professional growth, industry updates, support and public
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Organizers, Los Angeles Chapter
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Association of Professional Organizers) and is not entitled to act on
or to bind NAPO, contractually or otherwise.
For questions on our
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