Meet the Sappari Solutions Team

Nettie Owens, CPO-CD, President of Sappari Solutions,  Professional Organizer & Productivity Coach

Nettie founded Sappari Solutions in February 2004 after moving to Maryland from California. Prior to starting her own company she worked in variety of positions for companies large and small and honed her skills in management, project management, customer service, instruction and office administration. Nettie graduated from Johns Hopkins University with a BA in Computer Science and a minor in Entrepreneurship and Management. She has always had a knack for working with people, coordinating projects and getting things done. She loves to see your success.In 2011 Nettie appeared on national tv in TLC’s Hoarding: Buried Alive.  She has hosted an annual event Clear Your Clutter Days since 2011 to support the environment and community.  Nettie is currently a regular blogger and a past contributor to WomanScope Magazine. Nettie Owens has been a member of the National Association of Professional Organizers since 2004 and a member of the Institute for Challenging Disorganization since 2010.
Continuing Education:  Level III: Certified Professional Organizer in Chronic Disorganization. Level I and II Certificates of Study in Chronic Disorganization, ADD and Hoarding and Level I Certificates in Aging and Time Management from the Institute for Challenging Disorganization.  Click Here for more information.

Read & Watch an Interview with Nettie Owens, CPO-CD.

Amy, Professional Organizer

Amy OnoratoAmy joined Sappari Solutions in July 2016 after working for a local school system for 20 years. Amy has a BA in English and her MA in Teaching from Notre Dame of Maryland University.   Amy developed her organizational skills as an elementary and middle school teacher and while mentoring and coaching new teachers.  She helped teachers design effective lesson plans and create organizational plans for their classrooms, as well.  In the classroom, Amy incorporated strategies that helped students stay organized which led to increased student achievement.  Amy ran a nonprofit in Cecil County that helped low-income GED students set and achieve job and educational goals.  Amy helps her husband and two children manage and organize their home, school, and athletic schedules.  She enjoys creating a plan for success in collaboration with each client by identifying and reducing the clutter in their lives.