Meet the Organizer
Jaclyn Gross is the founder and CEO of Tip Top Organizing, Inc (A True New York Professional Organizer). She is an active member of the National Association of Professional Organizers, and volunteers as the Ambassador of NAPO-CT, and the NAPO-NY Coordinator of the First Step Program for the Coalition for the Homeless. As a member of the National Association of Professional Organizers, the Association of Personal Photo Organizers, and Institute for Challenging Disorganization, she is dedicated to expanding her knowledge and spreading the benefits of organization to the world.
Born and raised in New Jersey, she is an honors graduate of Fairleigh Dickinson University with a Bachelor of Arts in Hotel Management, while holding a Certificate in Events Planning and Meeting Management. Jaclyn is a Committee Member of the NJ Night of Champions which does fundraising for USA Olympic Hockey and Wrestling Teams. She was a Supervisor at Hamilton Park Hotel and Conference Center. Jaclyn understands the functionality of organization in both work and everyday life.
During her youth, Jaclyn lived in a packed two-bedroom condo with an extreme collector. Living like that caused her great stress and anxiety. Jaclyn decided to take her skills out of her field and use them to assist her family member’s living situation. The results were staggering, thus the birth of her career as a professional organizer began. Being able to transform her family member’s life gave her a sense of fulfillment. Jaclyn quickly realized that she had the necessary skills to positively alter the lives of others.
That is why she has set out to become a professional organizer, to help those who need a little extra help overcoming their obstacles. Jaclyn wants you to experience the life-changing positive energy that being organized brings. She believes that everyone has the ability to be at his or her Tip Top, and the first step is getting organized! Carrying on her experiences, Jaclyn quickly became recognized as one of the best professional organizers in NYC.
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