DeClutter Now & Forever
"The main goal of a professional organizer is to equip the client with the tools to get the job done." - Patricia Campbell
Ms. Campbell has an Associate’s Degree in Liberal Arts and Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration. Ms. Campbell also was a real estate agent for Coldwell Banker from 2007 to 2008. Ms. Campbell has served on Metro’s Continuing Education and Training Council, NYSLAA Conference Planning Committee for 2001. She has published an article entitled "Written Procedures Spur Organization and Efficiency" in May/June 1998 @Metro newsletter. Ms. Campbell was a speaker from 2007 to 2009 at North Middle School in Brentwood, New York during Black History Month. She has diversified computer skills and research background. Ms. Campbell is a member of the National Association of Professional Organizers (NAPO), the National Coalition of 100 Black Women ( Suffolk County New York Chapter), the Empowering Women Networking Group, and the Suffolk County Women's Business Enterprise Coalition.
In her spare time, she gives back to her community, and has volunteered at Suffolk County Department of Health Services - Office of Minority Health, Convoy of Hope and the Muriel Gordon Foundation by assisting in the packing of donations to be shipped overseas to the needy. Ms. Campbell’s desire is to empower each client to achieve stress free living by removing the excess attachments and creating order. She believes that a clutter free room energizes and expands an individual’s mind and creativity. Your possessions don’t define who you are, you define who you are.
From a very young age Ms. Campbell has had a desire for structure and order. This desire has led to a passion for organizing. She believes that being organized allows people to work smarter and not harder. Patricia believes in encouraging each client to see beyond the impossible, so they can achieve the possible.