Organized To Perfection was founded in 2002 by Elizabeth Fuchs and celebrating 15 years in business. She has worked with a wide range of clients who are now enjoying their organized homes. A graduate of Illinois State University with a bachelor of science degree in public relations, Elizabeth worked in the marketing, sales and data departments of McMaster-Carr Supply Company in Elmhurst for 12 years. She left the company in 2002 to launch a business as a professional organizer, and has been helping people become and stay organized ever since.
Elizabeth is the Past President of the National Association of Productivity and Organizing Professionals (NAPO), Chicago Chapter. She is currently serving as the National Ambassador Coordinator for NAPO and a member of the West Suburban Women Entrepreneurs (WSWE). She is a past member of the Batavia Business Network International (BNI) and Assistant Director of BNI. Elizabeth also is a past member of the Barrington Area Professional Women (BAPW).
Elizabeth served two years as a committee member of the Board of Certification for Professional Organizers (BCPO) and was involved with setting and measuring the standards for certification in the organizing profession. The certification enhances the credibility and commitment of professional organizers.
In 2015 Elizabeth was one of the featured professional organizers for the organizing expert Peter Walsh’s “Peter’s Organizing Pals” YouTube video series where she presented “How to Organize for Your Tailgate Party”. The video shows some great ways on how to get organized when you are hosting a tailgate party at football games or other sporting events.
Organized To Perfection is listed in ShopSmart magazine (the quick and easy guide from Consumer Reports, March 2014 edition). Elizabeth was featured in the cover story “That organizer changed my life!” where she listed specific organizing products to help with organizing challenges. Also, Elizabeth was a resource for the article “Cheap organizing tricks,” in ShopSmart (March 2013 edition) and found that products from dollar stores at times work just as well as the ones from the high-end stores.
Elizabeth was also on two episodes of the “Hoarders” A&E TV show where she volunteered to help families deal with their hoarding behaviors and give the families a safe and organized home to live in.