Professional Organizing serving the Tulsa area since 1999.
Welcome to www.tulsaorganizer.com
Anne Spero, CPO
Certified Professional Organizer
Professional Work Experience:
1987-1990 Public Accounting specializing in bank audit/tax, OKC, OK
1990-1996 Manager of Accounting, Bristol Myers-Squibb, Buffalo, NY
1996-1999 Private accounting practice - taxes
2008 Certified Professional Organizer, CPO
2004 Golden Circle membership honor
2009 Certificate of Study - Chronic Disorganization (CD)
2009 Certificate of Study - ADD Issues
2011 Certificate of Study - Mental Health Conditions
2011 Certificate of Study - Basic Hoarding Issues
2011 Certificate of Study - CD Client Administration
2011 Level II CD Specialist
2012 Level II Hoarding Specialist
2008 NAPO Ambassador
2007 Green Country Organizers
2009-2013 Volunteer establishing Clutter Quality of Life Scale
2015 Metro Tulsa Career & Professional Women
2017 NAPW National Association of Professional Women
2009 ICD Los Angeles, CA
2012 ICD Chicago, IL
Organized Living was founded by Anne Spero, CPO,
(Certified Professional Organizer) in 1999. It is the first organizing business to appear in the Tulsa yellow pages phone books and the first advertised organizer in the area.
Anne has been known throughout her life as having the gift of organizing skill since she was a child. Also, an accountant, Anne's organizing skills brought her many rewarding opportunities, awards and promotions and she moved through the ranks as Accounting Manager of Bristol Myers-Squibb in New York.
Continuing her education in the professional organizing arena, she has gained National certification with NAPO, and earned recognitions in areas of Hoarding, ADD, and Mental Health. Loving the speciality and challenge of Chronic Disorganization, her clients are amazed at what she accomplishes and chuckles that she finds it "fun".
Anne has discovered organizing as her passion and ministry in helping others create order in their lives. When happy clients cry for joy or hug her tight in thankfulness, she knows she is in the right field.