Patty Kreamer, CPO® (Certified Professional Organizer) is the President of Kreamer Connect, Inc., a Pittsburgh-based company that works with residential and corporate clients to become more productive and perform better while at the same time simplifying their work and lives.
Author: Patty's first book But I Might Need It Someday helps individuals understand the habits that keep them from organizing their work and lives. Then it shows them how to overcome their natural tendencies and conquer clutter in all its forms once and for all. Her second book The Power of Simplicity will compel you to think before you make choices. This insightful gem will change the way you live your life!
National Speaker Patty creates custom programs for regional and national corporate and association audiences on topics ranging from organizing workspaces to enhancing productivity to creating simplicity in chaotic lives.
Consultant: Patty, a Certified Professional Organizer, works with corporate managers to help them identify gaps in productivity, streamline paper and processes, and help groups of people work better together.
Organizer: Patty helps people say good bye to clutter in their homes and offices. She also helps make moving a breeze for people across the country. Patty is seen regularly in the media as she shares her fun and energetic style with the audiences of publications like The Pittsburgh Post Gazette, Pittsburgh Business Times, and through television shows like LifeQuest, KDKA's Morning Show, and One on One with Lee Adams.
Patty is the Founding Past President of the National Association of Professional Organizers - Pittsburgh chapter and Past President of and The National Speakers Association - Pittsburgh chapter. Patty was named Women's Business Network's 2007 Woman of the Year as well as one of Pennsylvania's Best 50 Women in Business and one of Pittsburgh's Fastrackers in 2005.
Patty leads the way in spreading the word about how we can be more productive, perform better and simplify our lives.