Arlington, VA. (May 15, 2019) — The National Association of Productivity & Organizing Professionals (NAPO) elects Heather Cocozza to its Board of Directors. Cocozza serves a three-year term beginning May 15, 2019.
NAPO was founded in 1985 as a nonprofit professional educational association for professional organizers. Today, NAPO has approximately 3,500 members worldwide, representing the full spectrum of the global industry: professional organizers, productivity consultants, authors, educators, trainers, manufacturers, service providers and more. NAPO’s mission is to be the leading source for organizing and productivity professionals by providing exceptional education, enhancing business connections, advancing industry research, and increasing public awareness.
As a member of the Board, Cocozza has responsibility for the supervision, control, and strategic direction of the affairs of the association. She will decide association policy, set business goals, approve plans, and monitor their progress. NAPO’s long-term objectives and business priorities guide policy setting and decision-making for the association.
“I am excited about the current growth of the association and look forward to providing innovative and valuable-added services to our members,” said Cocozza. “In addition, I am eager to increase public awareness about the merits of the businesses that are members of NAPO. I will leverage the skills I learned building a thriving local chapter, as the President of the NAPO Washington, DC Chapter, to ensure NAPO is providing relevant benefits on a national and international level.”
Cocozza is the owner and President of Cocozza Organizing + Design, LLC and has a passion for helping people improve the quality of their work and personal lives. Her company works with clients to initiate and complete the overwhelming projects in their offices and homes related to physical and digital organization. Cocozza also focuses on personal and team productivity.