February 2008 Volume 15, Issue 2
In This Issue

NAPO Los Angeles

Mission Statement: NAPO-LA is an organization dedicated to bringing Southern California area organizers together through networking, education, professional growth, industry updates, support and public awareness.

NAPO-Los Angeles
PMB 134, 10573 W. Pico Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90064
Phone 213-486-4477

NAPO-Los Angeles
Who's Who

John Trosko

Vice President:
Jodie Watson

Josef Csongei

Claire Flannery

Director of Administration:
Toni Scharff

Director of Communications & Technology:
Susan Culligan

Director of Membership:
Chantale Bordonaro

Director of Professional Development:
Dolores Kaytes

Immediate Past President:
Chris McKenry

Coordinators &
Committee Chairs

Associate Members:
Barb Schmit
Jodi McDaniel
EDT Program:
Jean Furuya
Golden Circle:
Ann Gambrell
Greeter Coordinator:
Christie Gelsomino
Jennifer Birner
Elizabeth Butler
Leslie Haber
Charlotte Mathews
Barbara Ricketts
Christie Gelsomino
Carlene Faerber
Meeting Assistant:
Toni Scharff
NAPO in the Schools:
Deborah Kawashima
New Member Orientation:
Jean Furuya
Ann Gambrell
Sara Getzkin
Public Relations & Media:

Registration Assistant:

Silent Auction:

Volunteer Coordinator:
Abbey Keusch
Susan Culligan
Laura Johnson

The Los Angeles Organizer
Newsletter Staff

Claire Flannery

Fay Wolf

Sheila McCurdy
Toni Scharff

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Mini Board Minutes

November 2007
  • LA Organizing Awards made $2000 profit
  • Nominating Committee created for March elections
  • Leadership Forum II with Dorothy Breininger in January will be free to membership

    January 2008
  • NAPO-LA will buy domain name for LA Organizing Awards
  • Newsletter will be available online to the public
  • Membership survey will now fall under Director of Membership

    Assistant List

    The Assistant List is available as a resource connecting those available to work as assistants to the organizers who need them. To be included on the Assistant List, simply log on to the NAPO-LA website under the Member's Only section, click on and fill out the Assistant List Request Form. The list is only for members of NAPO-LA and does not guarantee work. The Assistant List is printed here in the newsletter and also under the "Members Only" section of the chapter's website.

    Jennifer Birner

    Chantale Bordonaro

    Joan Chodorow

    Wendy Cross

    Robin Davi

    Cindy Duffy

    Christie Gelsomino

    Millie Hinkle

    Carol Hogg

    Brenda Jacobs

    Abbey Claire Keusch

    Rosalind Lakomy

    Nadine Levy

    Justine Miceli

    Randy Sandiforth

    Marie Sooter

    Robin Valdez

    Karen DeLuca Walton

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    The Los Angeles Organizer is published bimonthly. Look for "Announcements from the Board" in between issues. Deadline for submissions for the March/April newsletter is February 25.


    20 Special February Edition of Newsletter is emailed
    25 NAPO-LA Board Meeting - 2:45 PM
    25 NAPO-LA Chapter Meeting - 6:15 PM

    1 EDC training, "So Your Client Wants to Move"
    2 Ventura Networking Group, Camarillo
    8 Westside Networking Group - 1 PM
    9 West Hollywood Networking Group
    11 CD Clients Support Group - 6 PM
    20 March/April Newsletter is emailed
    24 NAPO-LA Board Meeting - 2:45 PM
    24 NAPO-LA Chapter Meeting - 6:15 PM
    25 NAPO in the Schools Elementary Training - 5-7PM

    6 Golden Circle Quarterly Meeting - Noon
    9-12 NAPO National Conference in Reno, NV
    25 Submission deadline for May/June newsletter
    28 NAPO-LA Board Meeting - 2:45 PM
    28 NAPO-LA Chapter Meeting - 6:15 PM

    NAPO-LA Chapter Meeting Information
    Karron speaker

    Upcoming Meetings

    February 25 Meeting

    Karron Maidment, RN, LMFT, is back! She will be the featured speaker at our February meeting and will talk on "Treatment of Compulsive Hoarding from an Organizer's Perspective." Karron is a behavior therapist and program coordinator for UCLA's Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Intensive Treatment Program which treats people with severe and disabling OCD, including complusive hoarding.

    March 24 Meeting

    The always popular town hall meeting will be our focus in March.


    Dorothy Breinginer gave a fabulous presentation at our January Leadership Forum. Her interactive workshop was designed to inspire today's organizers to become tomorrow's NAPO leaders, as well as being at the helm of their own businesses. Thanks, Dorothy, for motivating us with your many ideas and suggestions.

    L.A. Organizing Awards Huge Success
    Jodie Watson

    Organizing The Organizing Awards!

    by Jodie Watson
    Supreme Organizing
    and NAPO-LA Vice President

    As a professional organizer and an event planner, overseeing our chapter's events is a perfect fit for me. I've had so much fun over the past few months "organizing the organizing awards." I want to say a HUGE thank you to EVERYONE in our chapter who helped out with pulling off this amazing event. And it really was an AMAZING event.

    The evening would not have been all that it was without our host and emcee, the amazing Ms. Sherri Shepherd (ABC's "The View") whose talent and personality lit up the stage. Sherri was hilariously funny and at the same time poignant and open about her own organizing challenges. Her shtick about parting with some of her collection of wigs brought the house down!

    The celebrity line-up of presenters and guests included Peter Walsh, Julie Morgenstern, Monica Ricci, Dorothy Breninger, Standolyn Robertson, Linda Koopersmith, Nadia Geller, NSGCD President Lynne Johnson and our very own Ann Gambrell and Beverly Clower, to name but a few.

    The event began with photos and video interviews on the red carpet, while a live jazz trio played to accompany mingling over hors d'oeuvres in the Luxe Ballroom. The Awards Presentation began after a sumptuous dinner. A total of 18 awards were handed out (see full list of winners below). I was thrilled to receive two of the top awards of the night - Raising the Bar Award and The Leading Edge Award. It is an honor to serve on this Board as your Vice President.

    To view and/or order photographs of the event please go to, click online proofs, choose NAPOLA Shoot, password is: napolaawards. There are over 400 photos. To view a slideshow of the pictures click on the top right hand side of the screen that says "Start Slideshow."

    A 5 minute video of the evening's events will be available and sent to you soon.

    Winners of the
    2008 LA Organizing Awards

    Best Organizing Book
    Patience and the Porsche
    Valentina Sgro

    Most Valuable Educational Resource
    Ramona Creel

    Best Home Organizing Product
    Securita Vital Records PortaVault

    Best Organizing Blog or Website
    Your Life ... Organized
    Monica Ricci

    Most Supportive or Organizer-Friendly Charity
    National Council of Jewish Women, Los Angeles Section

    Best Organizer as Coach or Mentor
    Jean Furuya, The Office Jeanie

    Best Office Organizing Product
    KangaRooM Storage Stackable File Box

    Best Garage Organizing Design Firm
    Garage Envy

    The Green Award for Most Eco-Friendly Organizing Product or Service
    Hecht of an Organizer, Linda Hecht

    Volunteer of the Year - NAPO LA Chapter
    Cary Brazeman, Garage Envy

    Special Recognition Award
    The Oprah Winfrey Show / Peter Walsh
    "Inside the Lives of Hoarders with Peter Walsh"

    Most Helpful Organizing Technology
    KangaRooM Storage Phone/PDA Charging Station

    Most Innovative Organizer
    Dorothy Breininger, The Center for Organization

    Best Closet Design Firm
    California Closets

    Best National Organizing Show
    Mission: Organization

    Best Organizing Product Retailer
    The Container Store

    Best Organizing Magazine
    Organize Magazine
    Joyce Dorny, Founder and Editor

    Leading Edge Award and Raising the Bar Award - NAPO-LA Chapter
    Jodie Watson, Supreme Organizing
    and NAPO-LA Vice-President and Awards Chair

    NAPO-LA Chapter Elections
    Chris McKenry

    New Board Members to be Presented

    by Chris McKenry
    Get It Together LA!
    and NAPO-LA Immediate Past President

    The future of our chapter is very exciting!

    We are energized by the recent Leadership Forum II led by Dorothy Breininger and we are thrilled by the buzz created by the Los Angeles Organizing Awards.

    The current Board of Directors has guided us well this past year and our chapter is now ready for the March elections.

    The Nominating Committee has approved the following members - to be introduced at the February chapter meeting - for election to the 2008-09 NAPO-LA Board of Directors.

    (NOTE: An asterisk next to a name indicates up for reelection.)

    In March, voting will take place on the "Members Only" section of Prior to the March chapter meeting, an on-line "Announcement from the Board" will be sent to all NAPO-LA members to ask them to vote. Results will be announced at the March meeting and the new term will begin on May 15, 2008.

    The nominees for 2008-09 Board of Directors are:

    *John Trosko

    Vice President
    *Jodie Watson
    Supreme Organization

    Rosalind Lakomy
    Clearing Space

    *Josef Csongei
    Josef Csongei Organizing

    Director of Administration
    Kathryn Masci
    Get Organized - Be Harmonized

    Director of Communication
    *Susan Culligan
    Got 2 Get Organized

    Director of Marketing
    Heather Furlong
    Organizing Works

    Director of Membership
    *Chantale Bordonaro, CPO
    Simplicity Source

    Director of Professional Development
    Leslie Haber
    An Organized Life

    Director of Finance

    New Online Form for Assistant List

    Yet Another Useful Form

    by Susan Culligan
    Got to Get Organized
    and NAPO-LA Director of Communications and Technology

    If you would like to be on the NAPO-LA chapter's Assistant List, just fill out the simple new form on our website that quickly and easily allows you to be added to or removed from the list. Current information can also be edited via this form.

    To access the form, click on Log in and go to the "Members Only" section. Then select Assistant List Request Form.

    The Assistant List is printed in the newsletter as well as online.

    A NAPO-LA Baby

    Welcome to Noel Alma Mason

    Congratulations to NAPO-LA Past President Tanya Whitford, CPO, and husband Vargus Mason, proud parents of a new baby girl.

    Noel made her debut on January 9, 2008, weighed in at 9 lbs. 6 oz. and measured 21 inches long.

    She's a cutie!

    Golden Circle Update
    Golden Circle Jan 08 Meeting Picture

    Golden Circle Kicks Off New Year

    By Ann Gambrell
    Creative-Time Plus
    and Golden Circle Liaison

    Our first quarterly meeting of 2008 was held at the home of Lynne Gilberg and was co-hosted by Toni Scharff. Fifteen members enjoyed a delicious salad luncheon and then discussed future plans for the group.

    Organizing Tips continue to be collected from all LA chapter members. These Tips are published in the chapter newsletter as well as in the "Members Only" section of the NAPO-LA website.

    Everyone loves a willing volunteer and there were many willing participants for the 2008 Golden Circle Panel program. Date to be announced.

    Future meetings were discussed and the consensus was to keep the same informal format and to possibly include a field trip or weekend outing. More on that later.

    Discussion included sharing of resources for personal and client use. It was decided to establish a Golden Circle Resource Directory. Resources can be emailed to Ann Gambrell.

    Our next meeting will be on Sunday, April 6, with hosts Barbara Ricketts and Steve Skidmore.

    For more information on Golden Circle, contact Ann Gambrell

    Golden Circle Column

    Personal Tax Records Retention

    By Beverly Clower
    Office Overhaul
    and a Golden Circle Member

    "How long do I have to keep all this?"

    Accountants I have questioned on behalf of my clients give different advice - five, six or seven years. When comparing retention schedules, I find variables such as "Keep tax returns forever" and "Keep tax returns seven years."

    So how can we best advise our clients?

    If we understand why tax records are retained, we can both explain it in simple terms and confidently answer our clients' questions.

    Here are the basics to consider:

    What is tax back-up?
    Those records which support the income, deductions, adjustments and credits declared on the tax return. When a property is sold, those records also become part of the tax back-up for the year of the sale. If a document or set of records is in question, it is the client's responsibility to check the return.This might reveal an important omission, or it could avoid discussion of undeclared income, neither of which should be the Professional Organizer's responsibility.

    Why do we have to keep tax back-up after the return is filed?
    In case the IRS imposes an audit. New clients unaccustomed to managing their financial affairs may not be aware of records retention requirements. They will appreciate being informed.

    What does one have to do if audited?
    Provide documents. An accountant should work with the IRS on the client's behalf. The auditor will ask for specific supporting documents, some of which the tax accountant may have in his files, and others which the client should have retained.

    How long should tax back-up be kept?
    Generally, there is a 3-year statute of limitations for the IRS to audit a tax return. The statute expires three years after the date the tax return is submitted. A 2004 tax return filed in April of 2005 will reach the statute date in April of 2008. That is actually four years when you include the taxable year.

    What about state taxes?
    The statute of limitations for California is four years, so it is more efficient to use this time frame (five years retention) to cover both agencies. There are even some conditions in which the Franchise Tax Board might require eight years retention.

    What if a return is filed late?
    Filing extension is normally six months but circumstances may cause a delay of years. The client may not readily know if or when a late return was made. It is the Professional Organizer's responsibility to know the filing date before destroying any records.

    Why is seven years the frequently quoted retention period?
    If the IRS, in the course of an audit, finds reason to suspect fraud, they can request records dating back seven years. If fraud is found to exist, they can go back forever. Seven years safely covers contingencies

    An accountant does not necessarily advise the same records retention for all his clients. I have noticed more accountants recommending five or six years retention for their non-audit-prone clients. Always request that clients get their accountant's recommendation.

    November 2007 Volunteers of the Month

    Ann Gambrell and
    Jean Furuya

    Last November, Ann and Jean were honored as Volunteers of the Month for all of the time, effort and hours that they devote to NAPO-LA, especially their work with new members. The following Q&A's will give you a little bit of insight into these two very special ladies.

    Q&A with Ann Gambrell

    What is your Business Name?
    Creative Time-Plus

    When did you start your business?

    Where do you do business?
    The South Bay

    How did you get into Organizing as a profession and be a Founder of NAPO?
    I heard about a few people meeting in the Los Angeles area who sounded like they were doing what I was doing - helping people get organized. The rest is history!

    What has been your experience volunteering in NAPO and NAPO-LA and what are the benefits of volunteering?
    Volunteering is sharing your interests, experiences and talents with new and veteran organizers - and giving back to the chapter and NAPO. I have found it to be a positive experience.

    What are your main organizing interests or specialties?
    I am a speaker to various groups and associations, meetings, conferences, etc. I have also been teaching adult school classes on a variety of organizing topics since 1986. Since 2000, I have been directing and facilitating two Clutter Support Groups for clients with serious clutter situations.

    Anything you would like to add about yourself that NAPO-LA organizers might like to know?
    I would encourage all new and veteran members to get involved in the LA chapter and in the NAPO national activities as a means of networking, creating friendships and supporting the LA chapter and NAPO national.

    For the record, I may have been there in the beginning, but had it not been for all those who chose to step up to the plate - to volunteer their talents and time - NAPO would not be what it is today. Many thanks to all!

    Q&A with Jean Furuya

    What is your business name?
    The Office Jeanie

    When did you start your business?

    City where do you do business?

    How did you come to join NAPO and/or NAPO- LA?
    When I was leaving an office manager's position, the receptionist told me that I should consider becoming a professional organizer. Her boyfriend had met a PO at a networking meeting and thought I might be interested since that appeared to be my job for the company. When I called the organizer she told me about NAPO-LA. At my first and second meetings, I learned about the NAPO conference which was being held in Redondo Beach. Since it was five minutes from my home, I thought it would be crazy it I didn't attend. The rest, as they say, is history.

    What has been your experience volunteering in NAPO-LA and what do you see as the benefits of volunteering?
    Since I love to volunteer for worthwhile causes, it only seemed natural to volunteer where I could help fellow organizers. I almost always feel I get back more than I give. Helping others motivates me to want to do more.

    What are your main organizing interests or specialties?
    My preferences are small business consulting, organizing home offices, paperwork and filing systems. Although I said that I would never work with chronically disorganized (CD) clients, I have been working with ADD clients with CD issues for the past few years. Recently I started working collaboratively with a cognitive therapist whose clients are OCD/hoarders. It has been very rewarding. Another area of interest is helping organizers become successful entrepreneurs (which is why I am part of both the New Member Orientation program and the Education Development Committee.

    NOTE: Have you volunteered yet to help out NAPO-LA in some way? Then you, too, could be voted "Volunteer of the Month" or even "Volunteer of the Year." And when you are, it will be your turn to share your story, so that all of us in NAPO-LA will get to know you just a little bit better!

    To find out about volunteer opportunities, contact Abbey Keusch

    20th Annual NAPO Conference

    Reno Here We Come!

    NAPO's 20th Annual Conference & Organizing Exposition

    April 9-12, 2008

    John Ascuaga's Nugget, Reno, Nevada

    Who Should Attend:
    Whether you call yourself a professional organizer, a consultant, a coach, or a lifesaver, if you enhance the lives of clients by designing systems and processes using organizing principles, or educate the public on organizing solutions, this conference is for you. Organizing industry experts have designed the conference programming to meet the needs of novices, veterans, and those in-between. The conference will address career advancement, business marketing, the future of the organizing industry, and a wide variety of professional organizing topics. Sessions are designed to provide you with the knowledge and support required to enhance your professional organizing career.

    To register, click here

    A message from
    Barry Izsak
    Past President of NAPO National

    It's hard to believe that the 20th annual NAPO conference is less than two months away! I hope you have already made your plans to attend.

    I will be moderating a general session entitled "Are You Ready? Be Careful What You Wish For - Lessons Learned Along The Way!" Panelists will include Peter Walsh, Vicki Norris, Barbara Hemphill, Hellen Buttigieg and Dorothy Breininger.

    They will reveal their stories in this "tell all" presentation as they share the surprises they have encountered and the secrets they have learned along the way.

    This is where I need your help. With over 1000 attendees expected, it will be very difficult to take questions directly from the audience, so I am soliciting questions in advance. If you could ask these panelists anything, what would it be?

    Please send your questions to no later than Monday, March 10 and put QUESTION in the subject line. Donšt miss this opportunity to find out what youšve always wanted to know.

    Thanks for your input and see you in Reno!

    Tips Program
    Remind resized

    Price Stickers

    If you have an inventory of supplies that you sell to clients, put a sticker on the bottom of the items with the price (including tax). That way you won't have to carry around old receipts or end up charging less (or more) than you actually paid.

    Submitted by Susan Culligan
    Got to Get Organized

    Home Freezer Inventory

    Create a home freezer inventory so that foods will be used in a timely manner and excesses will not be purchased because you did not know what was "lurking" in the back of the freezer. Hang the list on the inside of a cupboard door for easy access. Add new items to the list and delete items used.

    Submitted by Ann Gambrell
    Creative Time Plus

    About the TIPS Program:
    NAPO-LA's TIPS Program is managed by the chapter's Golden Circle members. Ann Gambrell is the chair and invites all chapter members to submit their organizing tips via email or on index cards that will be available at the monthly chapter meetings for deposit into the "Organizing Tips" box.

    TIPS are requested in two categories:

  • "Tips from Pros" are organizing tips for clients/the public.
  • "Tips of the Trade" are tips for organizers to use in their businesses.

    When submitting TIPS, you are invited (optional) to include your name, business name and contact information. This will serve to promote you when the client/public TIPS are posted on the NAPO-LA website's home page.

    Email your TIPS to:

  • NAPO in the Schools
    Deborah preferred

    NAPO in the Schools Goes to Conference for Second Time

    By Deborah Kawashima, creativeOrganizer
    and NAPO in the Schools Committee Chair

    NAPO in the Schools is preparing to go to conference for it's second year.

    At Conference 2008 the newly developed Middle School Program - scheduled to roll out this Fall - will be presented. Last year's committee meeting was tremendous, with organizers filling up the room to learn about this exciting new program. Since then, many have taken the training for the Elementary School Program - which was rolled out nationwide in the Fall of 2007.

    NAPO in the Schools is a community outreach program. It brings professional organizers into the classroom for an interactive presentation with students. We hope that by planting these organizing-can-be-fun seeds in student minds, that they will realize being organized really does make a difference.

    Congratulations to the following NAPO-LA members who have recently completed their training and are now NAPO in the Schools Trained Providers:

    • Bridgette Bradley, Adelanto, CA
    • Heather Furlong, Simi Valley
    • Katherine Macey, Los Angeles
    • Kathryn Masci, Camarillo

    They are now qualified to give the Elementary presentations. (Each grade level will require it's own training, when available.)

    Training is required of all NAPO members wanting to become NAPO in the Schools Trained Providers and is available to you as a benefit of your NAPO membership. Sign up for the national training calls posted on the NAPO in the Schools web pages located in the "Members Only" section of the NAPO website.

    The next scheduled Elementary training call is for March 25 (5 PM to 7 PM Pacific). After March, the elementary training calls will be on a quarterly basis. Space is limited.

    Please contact Deborah Kawashima for questions.
    Phone: 323-656-9665

    Members in the News

    Chris McKenry of Get It Together LA! and NAPO-LA Past President recently appeared in "STYLE: A Show for You" on WBIR-TV 10 in Tennessee. The segment gave tips on organizing cosmetics and travel.

    CD Clients Support Group

    March 11 Meeting Planned on Chronic Disorganization

    By Jean Furuya
    The Office Jeanie

    If you are a member of NAPO-LA working consistently and on an ongoing basis with chronically disorganized clients, you are invited to participate in an informal support group. Our topic of discussion will be "Techniques for the ADHD Clients." We will also continue to work on "Resources: How can we help the indigent hoarder?"

    Please bring resources to share. We will also spend time sharing our individual issues.

    Our next meeting will be Tuesday, March 11, from 6pm to 8:30pm. Limited to 10 attendees.

    A simple pot luck is planned.

    To RSVP or for more information, contact Jean Furuya
    Phone: 310-316-1753

    March 1st Educational Training Workshop
    Chantale B1

    "So Your Client Wants to Move?"

    A potential client wants to move down the street or across the country or just relocate during a remodel. Or an existing client needs to move and contacts you for assistance. What do you do? Where do you turn for knowledge, logistics, resources, physical assistant and more? How do you make this a successful and less stressful experience for you and the client?

    Chantale Bordonaro, CPO, of Simplicity Source, will share her knowledge and experiences to alleviate your concerns and to help you through the process.

    To register, click here

    Educational Training Workshop
    March 1, 2008
    9:30 AM - 12:30 PM

    NAPO-LA EDC Program

    Mentors and Coaches Directory

    Are you ready to create a successful organizing business? Do you want to learn how to:

    • apply proven business techniques and practices?
    • find your niche and the clients who need you?
    • avoid the frustration and stress of common mistakes?
    • become an expert in this rapidly growing industry?

    The Educational Development Committee (formerly the Mentoring, Education and Training Committee) provides a listing of NAPO-LA organizing consultants available to provide guidance, advice and suport to potential, new and existing professional organizers.

    NAPO-LA's 2008 Directory of Coaches for Professional Organizers

    Contact consultants directly for information and fees.

    Email the EDC at with questions.

    Looking for guidance in your organizing business?
    This is the place!


    Mentors and Coaches Directory

    Organizers offering their services:
    Jean Furuya
    The Office Jeanie
    Dolores Kaytes
    Sheila McCurdy
    clutter STOP
    Jodi McDaniel
    CSG by Design, Inc.
    Donna McMillan
    McMillan & Company



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