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+  Ellen Limes, CPO®

Ellen has been organizing since childhood. She began Professional Organizing in 2004 when she joined NAPO.  In 2010, she received her certification as a Certified Senior Move Manager. Assisting people with making changes in their lives has been a passion for Ellen since becoming a Professional Organizer.  Continuing to invest in her profession, Ellen became a CPO® (Certified Professional Organizer) in 2012.  She brings patience, compassion and humor as she helps move you to the next chapter.

+  Julie Riber, CPO®

Julie has been organizing spaces in homes and business in Central Ohio since 2004.  She spent over 20 years in insurance industry and sales before making the rewarding move to organizing. She received her CPO® designation in 2012 and her Certified Senior Move Manager in 2010. She is a Golden Circle member of NAPO and has been on the board of the NAPO Ohio chapter since 2005. Organizing and helping her client’s right size are Julie’s passions.  


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The Certified Professional Organizer (CPO®) designation is an experience and exam-based certification
for professionals who have met specific minimum standards, and proven through examination and client interaction
that they possess the requisite body of knowledge and experience.

+  Debra Heimann, CPO®

Debra escaped the corporate world, where her talent was streamlining operations to increase efficiency, to start her organizing career in 2001. She is a founding member and past president of the local chapter of NAPO (National Association of Professional Organizers) and achieved Golden Circle after five years in business. In 2008 she received the CPO® (Certified Professional Organizer) designation and is a member of the Institute for Challenging Disorganization. She currently volunteers for the Mid Ohio Food-Bank Budget Coach Approach program teaching people how to live more stable lives through financial stability. In 2014 she became a volunteer guardian for the Central Ohio Area on Aging. Debra has been an Ohio resident since 1980 and lives with her husband and their beloved cat Emma in Grandview.


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