Helping students achieve more successful school years while instilling confidence and developing abilities that can lead to a lifetime of continued achievement, healthier family dynamics and increased self-esteem.
Results are achieved by identifying the studentâ€™s individual learning style to understand the manner in which his or her brain processes information and by implementing organizational systems than honor and respect the studentâ€™s natural gifts and preferences.
An Atlanta native, wife and mother of 2 children (and a dog), Michelle Cooper was born with good organizational skills, which she has continued to sharpen throughout her professional career. Armed with a business degree from the University of Florida, she began her career in Corporate America in 1990.
Within a few years, she decided to follow in her motherâ€™s footsteps and build her own business as a professional Realtor. In 1994 she embarked on a successful and extremely busy career with Harry Norman, Realtors in Atlanta.
After 10 years and ready for a career change, she had a conversation with a friend and colleague who thought all of about 5 seconds and said, â€œYou need to become a professional organizer!â€ Michelleâ€™s strong organizational and interpersonal skills served her well as a Realtor, and as soon as she heard this suggestion, she knew it was the right fit!
After reaffirming her expertise with extensive research into the professional organizing business, all the pieces came together, and Put It There was formed in 2003. Through her years as an organizer, she has gained experience working in both residential and small office settings. In 2007, she earned the prestigious Certified Professional Organizer designation as a member of the first group to pass the exam and qualify. Michelle is a member of NAPO, the National Association of Professional Organizers, NAPO-GA and the NSGCD, the National Study Group on Chronic Disorganization.
Michelle Grey was born and raised in Columbus, Ohio. She attended Carnegie Mellon University and received a BS in Information Systems and Business and later attended Columbia University and received Masters Degree in Organizational Psychology.
Michelle worked for over 10 years in New York City for several large companies including: Arthur Andersen and Co., AT&T, Citibank, Merrill Lynch and Nomura Securities holding various Management Consulting and Human Resources positions.
In 2002, Michelle formed AIP Organizing Solutions. She was eager to apply the combination of her business background, her formal education and life experience to the business of Professional Organizing. Michelle and her associates have been working with small businesses and residential clients to help them reach their full potential by becoming more efficient and productive. AIPâ€™s goal is to develop personalized easily maintained organizational systems for each client.
Aside from being a mother to her two children and a wife to her husband, professional organizing is one of Michelleâ€™s greatest passions. She is a member of both the National Association of Professional Organizers and the Georgia chapter of the association as well as the National Study Group on Chronic Disorganization. In 2007, Michelle became a Certified Professional Organizer and was a member of the first group of organizers to pass the exam and qualify for this distinction having had the requisite experience.
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