NAPO-NY Board

President

Stephanie PhotoStephanie Shalofsky

Stephanie Shalofsky is the founder of The Organizing Zone whose mission is to help small companies and individuals transform their combat zones into comfort zones. Since 2008, she has used her creativity and passion for organizing, honed over 20+ years in corporate management and operations, to create customized solutions for her clients so that they are more productive, less stressed and have more time in their day. As a New York City resident and home-based business owner, Stephanie has experienced first-hand many of the same challenges facing her clients.

Stephanie has been a member of NAPO-NY since 2007 and is currently serving her second term as President of the chapter. Her prior service to the chapter includes 3 years as Marketing Director and stints as Newsletter Ad Sales Manager and PR Coordinator. Stephanie is also a Golden Circle member.

Vice President

Heather Warren-Dombrowa CPO®, ISRP®

Heather Warren-Dombrowa, created Mission Accomplished, a boutique company focused on issues of Productivity, Organization and Life Transitions, in 2005. She specializes in home and workplace productivity and enjoys working with individuals and small businesses owners who look to achieve their goals quickly and effectively. Her company also facilitates Accountability Groups for solopreneurs looking to strive to their next level.

Heather has been a member of NAPO-NY since 2005. In the role of Vice President, she enters her seventh year on the board, having previously served in the capacity of Marketing Director and Director at Large.

Heather became a Certified Professional Organizer in 2008, and is also certified as an International Staging and Redesign Professional. In her spare time she runs a neighborhood farmers’ market and shares her love of urban agriculture and sustainable living practices with her clients whenever possible.

Secretary

Caitlin Mulhern

Caitlin Schoenfeld is the founder of Impeccable Order, a professional organizing and time management company that she created 3 years ago. A graduate of Phillips Andover Academy and Rutgers University, Caitlin spent many years developing an action-oriented methodology for organization and time management. Realizing how much her methods helped people, she created Impeccable Order, and has been leading her clients to happier, more productive lives ever since. Before serving as Secretary, she served as the Librarian of NAPO-NY. Caitlin volunteers with NAPO-NY at The Coalition for the Homeless’s First Step Job Training Program, and she secretly one day wants to have a store that sells only graph paper.

Treasurer

Sheila Delson, CPO-CD

Sheila Delson, CPO-CD, founded FREEDomain Concepts, LLC in 1994. A longtime active member of both NAPO and ICD, she is ICD certified with specialty training specific to the chronically disorganized population. Sheila is an author, public speaker, and co-founder of ICD (formerly NSGCD); Past President, Past Education and Certification Director, co-author of the ICD Clutter - Hoarding Scale and co-developer of the industry’s first certification program for Professional Organizers. She is an active member of NAPO national, having chaired and served on several committees, in addition to serving on the NAPO-NY Board. She has received awards from both industry organizations including the recent 2013 NAPO Founder’s Award. Sheila has been featured in multiple television and national publications; offers her Managing Your Clutter workshop series to groups and organizations on request; and lives in Poughkeepsie NY with her husband Jeffrey, two adult children and four beautiful grandchildren.

Director of Professional Development

Collette Shine

Collette Shine dove into the world of professional organizing in 2008. One of the important things Collette discovered is that getting organized is not so much about the stuff as it is about helping people. That realization led Collette to start Organize and Shine, LLC.

 

Collette’s prior business experience in both marketing and project management in the specialized furniture and fashion industries provided her with useful skills that fit perfectly with professional organizing. Collette has an undergraduate degree from The George Washington University and a MBA from Fordham University.

 

Collette has been a member of NAPO and its New York chapter since 2008. In addition, Collette is a member of the Institute for Challenging Disorganization (ICD) as well as the Association of Personal Photo Organizers (APPO). Collette is currently serving her third term on the board of NAPO-NY in the role of Professional Development Director.

Director of Membership

Alyssa Younger

Alyssa Younger, President of Master Plan Organizers, has been organizing New York residents and businesses since 2004. She not only helps individuals get organized in their homes and businesses but she also teaches time management and goal setting skills. She has served at the chapter’s Membership Director since 2007 and received her certification as a Certified Professional Organizer that same year. Alyssa is also a member of the Institute of Chronic Disorganization. She uses many of these skills when working with her clients who struggle to manage extraordinary circumstances such as Depression and Traumatic Brain Injury. In her free time, Alyssa enjoys traveling to other countries where she often volunteers her time to those in need and enjoys sharing her organizing skills.

Associate Member Director

Scott Sinclair

Scott Sinclair, Founder and Principal of The Box Butler, a full service valet storage business has changed the way New Yorkers think about space and their storage requirements.

In 2007 Sinclair left a successful career in the financial services sector to apply his skill set to the old school, self-service storage industry. By 2010 The Box Butler was awarded “Best Storage Company” by New York Magazine and continues to receive accolades and positive press from the user community including Top, 5 Star Ratings on YELP and other consumer driven review sites.

As a member of NAPO-NY since 2008 and Associate Member Director for NAPO-NY for 2011-2013 and as well as a Board Member for NAPO-NNJ from 2008-2009 Sinclair is actively involved and supports the Professional Organizing community.

 

Director of Communications & Technology

Marcia Morante
communications@napo-ny.net

Marcia Morante is the owner and CEO of Productive Organizing.  She has been a small business owner for 12 years and shares with her small business owner clients all that she’s learned about working productively, managing time, using technology and above all, achieving results. Prior to founding her own business, Marcia worked for 20+ years in technical and managerial capacities with search and content management software companies.

Marcia joined NAPO in 2011. She wrote for the NAPO-NY newsletter and currently serves on the Board as Communications and Technology Director. Marcia is also a Director of the non-profit Human Spirit Initiative and has served on the Executive Committees of the Information Architecture Institute and the New York chapter of the Usability Professionals Association. 

Director of Marketing

Jessica Decker

Jessica started Become Organized in 2008 while working on her MBA in entrepreneurship. She has more than 10 years of business experience managing and coordinating projects, resources, and people. This corporate background makes her adept at managing time, communicating issues, solving problems, and organizing filing systems to make retrieval effortless. Jessica trained with a professional organizer and brings hundreds of hours of organizing experience to each project.

As Director of Marketing, Jessica brings extensive marketing education and work experience to the position. Prior to becoming Director of Marketing, Jessica was Social Media Coordinator for the chapter

Director at Large

Lisa Zaslow
dir-at-large@napo-ny.net

Lisa Zaslow, founder of Gotham Organizers, has helped thousands of people and businesses be more organized in the past 10+ years. Her expertise is regularly featured in the media, including The Nate Berkus Show, Inside Edition, The New York Times, Real Simple, InStyle and many others.

With a master's degree in organizational psychology from Columbia, and prior careers in management consulting and corporate human resources, Lisa 's background enables her to help clients quickly and creatively solve organization and productivity challenges. Lisa is a sought-after speaker and has given workshops and talks at organizations including MTV Networks, Colgate-Palmolive and The New York City Fire Department. Lisa is the author of “Can’t I Just Shred It All? 101 Quick Tips to File – and Find – Your Important Papers”. Lisa has been an active member of NAPO-NY since 2002 and leads the New Member Meetings in addition to serving on the Board.

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