Naeemah Ford Goldson is a Certified Professional Organizer® and the owner of Restore Order Professional Organizing. In addition to her professional endeavors, Naeemah founded the National Association for Black Professional Organizers, a non-profit that seeks to empower her BIPOC colleagues. She is also a member of the Institute for Challenging Disorganization (ICD) and has received certificates of study in Chronic Disorganization, Time Management & Productivity, and ADHD. Naeemah is also the author of Tidy Tessa, a children's book that teaches kids how to organize their things.
Need to give a room a facelift? Naeemah is a custom closet designer who specializes in transforming spaces. She has designed hundreds of spaces around the home, including closets, pantries, home offices, garages, media centers, mudrooms, and playrooms.
Naeemah has a Bachelors in Broadcasting from the University of Nebraska and worked in the media industry before starting Restore Order. You can now listen to her as the host of the “Organize Me! Radio” podcast.
Naeemah is an Organizing Expert on local and national television, and in print media. She has previously written for the Omaha World-Herald's Momaha Blog, and has also contributed to articles for Good Housekeeping, Martha Stewart Living, Heavy.com, Realtor, New York Mag, and Sisters from AARP. She has a feature in Voyage ATL and was cast in the very first episode of AOL's Extreme Organizers.
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