NAPO Greater Philadelphia Chapter is excited to invite you to a special half-day workshop titled, “Organizing Your Personal and Business Affairs in Today’s High-Tech World,” led by facilitator and speaker Kate Hufnagel, The Digital Wrangler.
Today’s high-tech world means more deliberate effort is needed to organize our affairs than previous generations. And having our affairs in order today means a lot more than having a will.
These days, our lives are almost entirely reliant on technology. From banking online and binge watching our favorite series to driving electric cars and following the latest TikTok trends, our world today is a digital one. And as business owners, our businesses wouldn’t flourish without technology. We rely on it to host our websites, communicate with clients, track our financials and so much more.
In this half-day workshop, you’ll not only learn why it’s imperative to consider getting your affairs organized — and how technology is making it more challenging — but also what additional considerations business owners need to take into account. You’ll also go through a couple of activities so you can designate individual(s) to be granted legal access to some of your digital accounts when you’re not able or available. Be sure to bring your phone and/or laptop!
After attending Kate’s workshop, participants will:
This workshop will take place on Wednesday, April 26, at 8:30 AM EDT and runs until noon. Sign-in runs from 8 to 8:30 a.m., and light refreshments will be served. The event is $20 for NAPO Greater Philadelphia Chapter members or $40 for the general public. Register online here.
For more information about the event, contact the chapter’s Professional Development Director, Tom Harper, at .
About the Facilitator
Kate Hufnagel is an estate and digital organizer who is on a mission to make it fun and hip to talk about getting affairs in order. She educates individuals and families on what makes up modern-day estates, how technology is a complexity multiplier and how laws and privacy policies — which we love when we’re alive — work against us when we’re not.
For 25 years, Kate guided and led teams who built big data and cutting-edge software solutions for the military, developed information technology solutions for the intelligence community and designed early data analytics solutions to predict part failures for tractors.
Today, as The Digital Wrangler, Kate applies all her high-tech know-how to helping people leave behind their greatest legacy: a well-organized estate.
The NAPO® Annual Conference & Organizing Expo™ is the best opportunity for Organizing and Productivity Professionals to immerse themselves in NAPO education and culture. Whether you are a newcomer to the profession or have years of experience, the Annual Conference has something worthwhile for you. Attendees can customize their conference experience by choosing from dozens of informative breakout sessions. You’ll have the opportunity to connect, learn, and share experiences with colleagues from around the world.
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Members of the National Association of Professional Organizers, Greater Philadelphia Chapter (NAPO-GPC) Jen Bowen, Sue Frost, Karen Jessee, and Carla Shipman and NAPO National member Pat DePalma joined forces for the 3rd annual “Project Thanks” one day make-over. The recipient family was selected from a lottery-style drawing which was open to all military service men and women, including veterans, at Dover Air Force Base last summer. The recipients, Technical Sergeant Jason Wicklund and his wife Valerie, received their home make-over on November 13, 2015.
With Jason home on leave and Valerie squeezing us in between attending classes for her Master’s degree and caring for their four beautiful children, we sat down to carefully craft a personalized plan. Next, it was carried out like a military operation – if we do say so ourselves. The boys room was organized to meet their growing needs. Valerie’s master closet was purged and sorted. Their daughter’s room and closet was organized to suit her needs (and the very feminine preferences of the only girl). Lastly, the children’s craft area was sorted to simplify putting things away, and to keep track of inventory at a glance. The organizers enjoyed every moment of this opportunity to help the Wicklunds and honor our military community. It may be a small gesture, but NAPO-GPC’s work with our military community is always done with heartfelt appreciation.
NAPO-GPC members Carla Shipman, Yasmin Goodman, Debbie Lillard, Darla DeMorrow and Annette Reyman were speakers at the 2016 Philly Home Show at the Pennsylvania Convention Center. Our members shared with the audience their expert knowledge on various organizing topics
When Jackie Dawson entered the drawing at the Kids/Teachers/Educators Understanding Deployment Operations (TUDOS & KUDOS) at Dover Air Force Base, little did she know that her family would be the recipient of the Project Thanks: One-Day Organizing Home Makeover 2016! Jackie and her husband, Senior Airman Christopher Dawson, welcomed members of the National Association of Professional Organizers, Greater Philadelphia Chapter (NAPO-GPC) on Veterans Day, November 11, 2016, into their home. NAPO-GPC members Carla Shipman, Sue Frost, Yasmin Goodman, Angela Ficco, Martha Spittal and Denise MacMurtrie felt privileged to volunteer their time and express their gratitude to this representative military family.
The day could have been entitled “Operation Closets” as the team organized four closets including the master, hall and two bedroom closets. All four of the Dawson children were eager to assist. When the three older children realized why this mysterious team of ladies was there, they squealed with delight, “I can’t believe we won!” Even their one-year-old sister helped!
SrA Dawson has served in the Air Force as C5 Crew Chief since 2013. The family just received word they will be relocating to Ramstein Air Force Base, Germany in February, 2017. They expressed gratitude that Project Thanks is their first step in preparing them for their next Air Force assignment!
NAPO-GPC members Carla Shipman, Yasmin Goodman, Debbie Lillard, Darla DeMorrow and Annette Reyman were speakers at the 2016 Philly Home Show at the Pennsylvania Convention Center. Our members shared with the audience their expert knowledge on various organizing topics.