Stacey Agin Murray has been organized since her months in the womb. Her mother thought ‘the baby was kicking’ but in reality, Stacey was searching for a place to store some excess umbilical cord...
After her time in-utero, Stacey moved in to a similarly tight space--her 5’ x 12’ bedroom. She quickly learned to think ‘upward’ instead of ‘outward’ and with tape measure in hand, analyzed and organized her precious inches of space.
Careers as a graphic designer, editor, and elementary school teacher as well as time spent in her tiny bedroom provided the foundation for Stacey’s work as a Professional Organizer. Looking back, Stacey realizes that being organized has given her the opportunity to live a full, productive and less-stressful life. Organized Artistry was born out of the desire to help others achieve the feelings of freedom, preparedness, and calm Stacey experiences from being organized.
Stacey’s formal education includes a B.A. in Art from SUNY-Binghamton and an M.A. in Art Education from Teachers College, Columbia University. She is a member of the National Association of Professional Organizers (NAPO), NAPO's Golden Circle, and the New Jersey Association of Women's Business Owners (NJAWBO). Stacey is the author of 'The Organized Bride's Thank You Note Handbook' and in 2007 authored the 'Organizing on a Shoestring' column for Organize Magazine.