“Many hands make light work!”
It is our mission to help people, through organization and design, to transition through the many chapters of life with peace, dignity, and enjoyment.
Meet our Team!
My name is Lou Anne Dunn. I am the owner of Neatly Dunn Professional Organizing and Design.
I learned at an early age that I was “different”. In the fifth grade, I won the “Most Organized Student” award. At home, I was constantly rearranging my clothes and toys to make more space in the room I shared with my sister.
As an adult, I put my skills to good use as Manager of a horse barn and training facility. I believed even a barn should be pretty and you gain more riding time when you don’t have to hunt for misplaced items.
Later, I worked in the local hospital in the Design and Construction department. I found that almost all issues with space or safety could be solved with some major de-cluttering. I would start by deciding what items could be removed then develop a plan to use the space more appropriately.
I am a member of the National Association of Professional Organizers (NAPO) and the Institute for Challenging Disorganization (ICD).
One of my passions is assisting families who are transitioning their elderly parents into assisted living centers. This can be a high stress situation for everyone involved. I mediate between elderly parents and their adult children to assure a smooth transition where everyone’s needs are met with care and respect. I am working on my certification with the National Association of Senior Move Managers (NASMM) so that I can provide premium care for families needing these services.
Contact me for more information on how Neatly Dunn can meet your organizational needs.
Michelle Alligood joined Neatly Dunn in its infancy offering technical support. As the company grew, so did Michelle’s role. She has become our “techie”. She uses her experience in design and technical services in all aspects of the organizational process.
Sandy Baker joined the team in 2017. As a mom of three boys, she understands the organizational needs of the family. Her life experiences and love for people, combined with an artistic approach to spaces, allows her to create systems that meet the needs of a busy home.