Julie Ulmer is a Columbia and Rensselaer County, New York native who has built an extensive business as a professional organizer and speaker since 2005. Even in childhood, Julie always had a desire to “set things to right” and later her organization skills were vital as a radio broadcaster, an administrative assistant and a busy working mom. Her former career as a cook and chef at some of the area’s finest restaurants helped her continue to develop her natural talent, and encouraged her pursuit of simplicity, efficiency and productivity.
Julie’s special knack of helping people manage their possessions, homes and offices has benefited busy professionals, small business owners, retirees, the chronically disorganized, those struggling with ADD/ADHD, empty-nesters, families dealing with their loved one’s estates, stay at home parents, as well as second home owners. She also works with those who suffer from hoarding disorder and consults with those involved on how to navigate a hoarding situation.
Professional development is especially important to Julie. As a member of The National Association of Productivity and Organizing Professionals as well as the Institute for Challenging Disorganization, Julie has special access to teleclasses, webinars, conferences, research, statistics and national forums where colleagues and guests across the globe share insight, experiences and knowledge.
An avid animal lover, Julie enjoys gardening, comedy, nature, home improvement, continuing education, radio/podcasts, history, holistic health and healing, things from eras gone by and everything Halloween!
Serving Columbia County, Rensselaer County, northern Dutchess County and the Capital District of New York state as well as Berkshire County, Massachusetts.
Clients have recognized that her compassion, understanding, non-judgmental approach and ambition have helped them move forward faster. Julie feels strongly about professional development so she actively engages in webinares, teleclasses, forums dedicated to organizing and productivity professionals, reading and conferences. She is a member of the National Association of Productivity and Organizing Professionals, and The Institute for Challenging Disorganization.