Organize Me Inc.
Organize Me was founded in 2001 by Janine Sarna-Jones, The name was inspired by what she hears when she is asked about her profession, “I wish someone would organize me!” When Janine founded Organize Me she primarily offered residential hands-on organizing as a solo organizer. Today, Organize Me Inc. offers a team approach and provides services that extend beyond a solo professional organizer– move management and unpacking services, project management, and hands-on organizing for both homes and offices.
At Organize Me Inc. our mission is to help our clients reduce stress inherent in the transitions we all face. If you are feeling stressed, overwhelmed or wondering where to start, we want to help! Starting with an Action Plan for achieving your goals, creating customized solutions for your organizing challenges, and/or managing your seemingly complicated projects.
Janine Sarna-Jones, CPO®
Janine Sarna-Jones is the founder and president of Organize Me Inc. and has been helping people get organized at work and at home since 1992. A member of the inaugural class of Certified Personal Organizers® (2007), Janine has helped a broad range of clients, including corporate executives, small business owners, real-estate agents, moms, artists, therapists, and non-profit organizations. She has been a member of the National Association of Productivity and Organizing Professionals (NAPO) since 2001, serving as president of the New York chapter (NAPO-NY) from 2005-2007 and for 3 years on NAPO’s Board of Directors from 2007-2010. Janine also earned a CD Specialist Certificate from the Institute for Challenging Disorganization and became an Evernote Certified Consultant in 2014. As a member of Parenting Magazine’s Mom Squad, she was regularly featured in the publication from 2004-2008 and has been featured on radio, in print and on the web. Janine stays up-to-date with developments in her field by regularly attending expert lectures, conferences, and NAPO-NY meetings.
Janine is a graduate of Stanford University. Prior to becoming an organizing and productivity consultant, she was a photographer and photo archivist at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian.
Gabrielle (Senior Associate) a fashion designer turned professional organizer, revels in the task of creating order. Hamill began working for Organize Me in 2014 where she was able to apply many of the skills she employed as a designer. Organizing, like fashion, is project-based and requires laser focus. Her sense of space, utility, and human scale, as well as an eye for design and color, are all assets that she brings to the job.
Cristina is a Garden State native with a Golden State vibe and keeping things neat and tidy has always brought her great joy. She’s excited and rewarded by helping clients gain the freedom found from letting go. Her strong spiritual center enables her to guide clients through emotionally charged situations that can surface while sorting. Cristina’s previous career in fashion capitalized on her natural ability and eye for design. She has been a member of NAPO and NAPO-NY for over 10 years.
Mary (Project Manager) has been a professional organizer since 2005. She hails from a background in visual merchandising and display, which informs her sense of functionality and aesthetics. She has worked on a variety of projects from decluttering to managing relocations and was first inspired to work in the field when she moved with her family to a space that is 360 square feet. No matter how small or big a space is, Mary believes it should be an environment that creates harmony and efficiency.
Stephanie has been organizing professionally since 2002 and is a member of both NAPO and NAPO-New York. Over the years, she has worked on a diversity of projects and has had many opportunities to showcase her creativity and expertise. Today, Stephanie specializes in moving and relocation packing and unpacking, as well as, estate clearances.