Patricia Bernabei, CPO, SMM-C, CRTS
As Founder of Sort It Out, Patricia Bernabei, has helped hundreds of people move, get organized, and transition to new phases in their lives.She is a Certified Relocation and Transition Specialist (CRTS) and an Inaugural Certified Professional Organizer (CPO) as well as a member of the National Association of Senior Move Managers (NASMM), the National Association of Professional Organizers (NAPO), the NAPO-New England Chapter, and the Newton-Needham Chamber of Commerce.
Pat brings a life-long passion to her work. As a girl, she enjoyed the sense of security and welfare provided by an orderly home, and began to develop her skills to achieve this goal. Later, as a skilled corporate administrator, she specialized in devising efficient systems to solve problems and get projects done. She recognizes the positive results in her own life associated with staying organized and loves to help others achieve these ends. Pat loves the process of organizing and downsizing. Her passion for her work will lead to superb results for your transition, senior move or organizing project.
Nancy delivers business-related organizing services to help professionals become better organized and more efficient so they are more successful and more profitable. She has extensive experience working with executives, small businesses, home offices, entrepreneurs, and nonprofit agencies. Nancy specializes in developing organizational systems and processes that establish smooth operations between interrelated business activities and staff. Her competence in creating streamlined processers and organizing physical spaces benefit clients who gain control of their activities and accomplish more in their daily work. Nancy also creates and executes marketing plans that help businesses obtain qualified leads to increase their profitability.
Nancy comes to professional organizing from a corporate background spanning over 20 years in the high-technology industry as a project manager, marketer, executive assistant, event planner and writer. She holds a B.A. in Sociology from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst and is a member of The National Association of Professional Organizers (NAPO).
After organizing the offices and processes of a small glass manufacturing company for 13 years, Cate decided to follow her true calling and became a professional organizer. Cate has had most varied experiences – she organized a professional mechanic garage top to bottom as well as traveled to Florida to help unpack a client who moved from Boston to Florida. She now lends her organizational expertise to seniors and families trying to reduce the clutter and simplify their own lives.
Cate specializes in helping seniors transition to smaller living environments, maintaining those special and meaningful items while letting go of the clutter collected over decades of life. She truly enjoys working with clients to create a warm and inviting space that they can maintain on their own. With less confusion in the home, her clients have more time and opportunity to participate in their favorite activities and hobbies.
One of the greatest benefits of organized living is the ability to do the things you enjoy most in life, rather than taking care of the things that own you. Cate enjoys spending her free time with her family and friends exploring the beaches and lakes of New England.
Cate has been a member of the National Association of Professional Organizers (NAPO) for the past 7 years and the NAPO New England Chapter.
Nancy comes to Sort It Out Boston from a lifetime of helping others. With a degree in Medical Assisting and additional studies in Healthcare Management, she has used her innate organizing and project management skills to improve quality performance programs for the healthcare industry by identifying, prioritizing, scheduling and implementing program measures across multiple programs. Additionally, she has spent countless hours volunteering through parent and community groups, organizing and chairing fundraising events, as well as working as a Sunday school teacher and teen group advisor.
Dedication to helping others streamline and manage processes provides the basis for Nancy’s role as Project Manager and Professional Organizer. She is an expert at understanding the challenges that businesses and families face getting and staying organized; and understands what tools are required to be successful both at home and work.
As a member of the National Association of Professional Organizers (NAPO), and the local NAPO New England Chapter, Nancy currently serves as the Chairperson for the Chapter’s Quantum Leap program, a community service effort that offers time, paper and money management classes to people who are disadvantaged and striving to make a positive transition in their lives. As the Quantum Leap Chair, she coordinates all aspects of the program including class scheduling, organizer participation and streamlining the supply and distribution processes to the program recipients.
Nancy enjoys helping others achieve a better, more organized process in their daily lives at home and work. She looks forward to working with clients to help them enjoy greater productivity and freedom through organizing and streamlining their homes and workplaces.