Michele Matties, founder of no worries Professional Organizing Services, is the driving force behind the success of no worries, a Business, Residential, and "Life Management" organizing company. For over twelve years Michele has been creating custom organizational solutions that increase productivity and put order back into professional and personal spaces!
After graduating Magna Cum Laude with a B.S. in Management-Marketing from the School of Management at Binghamton University and creating a successful career as a buyer for retailer Filene's, Michele realized there was something missing. There had to be something that could utilize her diverse skill set and at the same time quench her desire to work with people to improve their lives. Michele left the retail world behind and created no worries. A pioneer in the organizing industry, Michele found what was missing!
Twelve years later no worries has grown, recently adding Home Staging and Interior Redesign to their service offerings, and Michele continues to be a leader in the Organizing community of New England. Long before the recent emergence of the Organizing industry Michele has been an active member of organizations such as NAPO-NE (National Association of Professional Organizers, New England, formerly NEPO) and The Boston Consortium of Professional Organizers. Serving on the NAPO-NE board several times. She most recently held the position of Vice President.
Nationally, Michele is a Golden Circle member of the National Association of Professional Organizers (NAPO) and currently serves on the Board of Directors of NSGCD (The National Study Group on Chronic Disorganization) as Financial Development Director. As part the inaugural exam for Professional Organizers, she now holds the designation of Certified Professional Organizer® - CPO®.
Holding many accreditations and certificates of study from NSGCD (The National Study Group on Chronic Disorganization), Michele is experienced in dealing with clients that may have special needs such as ADD, ADHD, Chronic Disorganization and hoarding.