NAPO-NY is the proud, New York City-based Chapter of the National Association of Productivity and Organizing Professionals (NAPO), the only non-profit national association of and for professional organizers, with approximately 3,500 members worldwide.
Founded in 1987, NAPO-NY includes an extraordinary range of professionals who work in homes and offices and consult on a broad array of specialties within the organizing profession, including time management, productivity, moving and relocations, and special needs populations.
Our enthusiastic, inventive members help bring order into the lives of their clients as they teach, transfer, and demonstrate principles of productivity and organizing.
As a Chapter, we come together to share ideas, build our skills, offer mutual support, and promote public awareness of the productivity and organizing industry, all while subscribing to NAPO’s Code of Ethics. We also take pride in our volunteer projects, which support local non-profit organizations.
With Chapter operations based in Manhattan, our members serve the diverse communities of the five boroughs of New York, Westchester, Long Island, New Jersey, and Connecticut. Some of our members travel nationally and internationally for client projects.
NAPO-NY is governed by a Board of Directors elected annually by our membership. More information can be found in our Bylaws.