Suzanne Lehman was born and raised in Portland and has deep roots in this community.
She has worked with clients who range in age from five to 85. Organizing in a wide variety of spaces, such as playrooms, garages, artist studios and law offices, Suzanne communicates with compassion and respect. She looks for solutions that work best for the client and then the space. Whether she’s helping clients organize Legos or business records, Suzanne brings a diversity of skills and collaborative energy to her work.
Organizing in the Portland area since 2004, Suzanne is member of the National Association of Professional Organizers. She deepens her knowledge and skill base to better serve her clients by participating in regular trainings by nationally known leaders in the field of organizing fundamentals, learning styles, habit formation and coaching.
Suzanne’s education and work history have given her a solid background. After receiving her B.S. in psychology from the University of Oregon, she went on to coordinate research studies at Oregon Health Sciences Center, and developed citywide education programs for non-profit and county agencies.
Suzanne possesses a true strength in developing easy-to-use methods to approach complex projects. It is one of the keys to her success in helping clients take manageable steps towards creating the change they desire at home and work. This skill, combined with a great sense of humor and an understanding of our humanness, makes Suzanne a trusted ally clients turn to again and again for their various organizing projects.
Working on short- or long-term projects, Suzanne places an emphasis on transferring effective organizing strategies to her clients, so they can manage their own spaces and lives more smoothly.
The hardest part of getting organized is getting started. Call today for a complimentary phone consultation.
Suzanne is a rare mixture. She’s compassionate and kind, but also smart and quick. She’s motivating, but not pushy. She’s incredibly bright with great ideas for every organizing project we’ve worked on together.
~ Visual Artist, NE Portland