Organization and planning have always been a part of Shirley’s life.
Such traits were beneficial in her early career as a medical technologist working in hospital laboratories and continued to support her while receiving a master’s degree in Health Care Administration. Shirley has extensive experience in physician practice management in both the private and academic sectors. Her positions progressed from administrator to director to vice president.
Shirley learned the importance of creativity and flexibility while serving two years at a medical mission clinic in the highlands of Papua New Guinea, which is a developing country with limited medical resources.
Shirley passionately uses her gifts, skills, education, and experience to help others profit from a productive and organized life. Assisting homeowners and business clients with individualized solutions to obtain and maintain productivity and organization provides her with the gratifying opportunity to serve others. Shirley’s approach is patient, non-judgmental, and considerate of each client’s situation.
Shirley is a member of the National Association of Productivity and Organizing Professionals (NAPO) and its local chapter, NAPO-DFW. She has served in various national volunteer positions for NAPO and on the NAPO-DFW Board of Directors for six years. Two of those years were as the chapter’s President, during which time the chapter earned the first ever NAPO Chapter of the Year award.
Shirley continues to advance her services for clients through ongoing education and training provided by NAPO and similar organizations.