Put It There launched in 2003 and immediately became a member of NAPO and NAPO-GA , the National Association of Professional Organizers. Then in 2007, Michelle was one of the first people to become qualified as a Certified Professional Organizer, CPO when the certification was created.
After 16 years, Put It There is going strong and is recognized as a leading organizing company in the Atlanta area. Good client relationships built on respect, trust and confidence will never change!
An Atlanta native and mother of 2 children, Michelle Cooper was born with good organizational skills and has continued to sharpen them. 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 mother’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.
While Put It There was growing and thriving, Michelle began pondering how she could truly make a difference in the lives of children. She began speaking with a fellow Organizer, Michelle Grey, who shared similar goals. Together, they decided to apply their knowledge and experience towards empowering children with the organizational skills needed to become more successful and confident both at school and at home. They did extensive research on the various aspects of individual learning styles and brain function, and more specifically how to identify an individual’s learning style. The results of their combined efforts led to the creation of Student Organizers of Atlanta and their comprehensive method they use to design organizational systems that accommodate each student’s unique needs.
Michelle truly finds her work with both Put It There and Student Organizers of Atlanta extremely rewarding and enjoys meeting and working with each and every one of her clients.
Eileen has been organizing for her family and friends since high school. Her friends’ moms loved when Eileen would come to their house because that meant the pantry and refrigerator got organized!
Armed with a Bachelor of Arts degree from Southern Methodist University, Eileen worked in various jobs from advertising to cosmetic sales before becoming a mother and raising her 2 children, now ages 22 and 20. She has led successful Multi-Level Marketing businesses with her strong networking, sales and client satisfaction skills.
Eileen joined NAPO and NAPO-GA in 2009 and has made organizing her career since then. Her previous career experience, combined with her innate gift of empathy, sensitivity, organization, and fabulous sense of humor allows her to be very successful in helping clients reach their organizing goals. She has gained experience in packing and moving projects as well as paper management and chronic disorganization. She has found her true passion and loves helping clients see tangible results.