When my grandpa died, I inherited his massive coin collection. A few coins were cataloged, but most were in jars. It seemed like such an overwelming task, but my dad always said it was worth money. So I hired Connie to figure it out for me. She organized the coins into binders and got them all entered into a computer program. Now, I know exactly what the collection is worth.
Beth Meierstein Eau Claire, WI
Connie Kees Certified Professional Organizer
Design efficieint and productive work spaces
Develop policies/procedures for quality control
Manage materials, finances, and schedules
Work History + Experience
Before starting Consult an Organizer, Connie spent 13 years in banking as an Accounting Officer and 20 years in education where she had tremendous success as an Educational Technology Specialist, a Library Media Specialist, and a Gifted/Talented Teacher. As a former teacher, Connie is very good at teaching you how to maintain your organization system, anticipating problem areas, and creating a plan to ensure your future success.
Professional Organizer Certification from National Association of Professional Organizers (NAPO)
Master’s Degree in Education: Professional Development from the University of Wisconsin
Master’s Degree in Educational Technology from the George Washington University, DC
Wisconsin K-12 Teaching Certifications in Library, Educational Technology, and Gifted Education
Proud Supporter of:
Big Brothers Big Sisters
Eau Claire Boys and Girls Club
Chippewa Falls Boys and Girls Club
Eau Claire County Humane Association
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Tuesday, July 25
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