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About Susan

A Calling as a Professional Organizer

As a child, Susan loved organization. She deliberately organized her doll’s clothing, shoes and accessories. And so, this detail-oriented Portlander found her calling as a professional organizer when she launched Susan Weber Organizing in 2010.

Susan describes herself as resourceful, professional, and trustworthy. Her compassionate and respectful nature brings immediate comfort to her clients.  Whether you are looking for help with your home office organization, business and productivity or residential organizing services, Susan's expertise and thoughtful approach will make organizing simple and attainable.

Susan Weber Organizing, Portland, Oregon
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Certifications & Memberships

Susan's professional affiliations include membership with NAPO (National Association of Professional Organizers) where she has volunteered as a member of the Chapter Relations Committee and as a welcome Ambassador.  Susan currently serves on NAPO's Chapter Initiative Task Force.

She has also been active locally with NAPO Oregon, where she served as chapter Immediate Past President, after having served three terms as President, and four terms as Director of Membership, and the Guest Orientation Coordinator.  Susan is also a member of the NAPO Virtual Chapter.  Susan served one term as the Virtual Chapter Treasurer and is currently serving her second term as President for 2024-2025.


Susan is a NAPO Golden Circle member, which is an elite group of veteran organizers.  To increase her knowledge and skills to better serve her clients, Susan makes continuing education a constant priority.  Susan holds NAPO Specialist Certificates in Residential Organizing, Life Transitions, Workplace Productivity, Household Management and Brain-Based Conditions.

In 2013, Susan became certified as a Master Professional Organizer through the Institute for Professional Organizers.

Susan is also a member of the Institute for Challenging Disorganization (ICD), whose mission is to provide education, research and strategies to benefit people affected by chronic disorganization, and the professionals who work with them.

In her spare time, you'll find Susan...

When she's not organizing, Susan spends time in her flower and vegetable garden. Her peony garden has more than a dozen different varieties ranging in color from white to dark red. You might also find her walking around her neighborhood in SW Portland.

On rainy days, she loves to read organizing books, bake chocolate chip cookies, play scrabble and work on jigsaw puzzles. 


Susan looks forward to helping you or a loved one discover the path to an organized, efficient, more beautiful life. 

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