Maryann Murphy, MSW, CPO(R) likes to help her audience have fun!!! She is a certified professional organizer, speaker, and time management consultant who has spent over 30 years helping people learn new skills and become more organized.
Maryann has been a performer since the age of 5, and was the founder of Boston-based SmileMakers Singing Telegrams and Balloon Deliveries, so she brings both music and fun to her presentations.. She has appeared on television and radio, and spoken to small groups, large rallies, conferences, classes and workshops, helping people manage their time as well as their living and work spaces.
Maryann is the creator of “28 Days to Time Management Success” and “Putting Paper in its Place”, two email coaching programs on how to manage time and reduce paper clutter, and is co-author of "Behavior Modification: Principles and Practices," a self-paced training manual for human services professionals.
Maryann is President of the National Speakers Association New England chapter, an Instructor for the New England chapter of NAPO (the National Association of Professional Organizers), member and past board member of the American Business Woman's Association Cape Cod Charter Chapter, and a multiple contest-winning Distinguished Toastmaster (the highest earned honor in Toastmasters International). As a past President of Boston NOW (National Organization for Women), Maryann is especially sensitive to the issues women face in managing their time and multiple responsibilities.
She holds a bachelor’s degree in Psychology, a Master’s Degree in Social Work (MSW), and a certificate as a Specialist in Chronic Disorganization from the Institute for Challenging Disorganization. A former psychotherapist, Maryann has also worked in business and government, and so is able to speak to the challenges of organizing both time and space in a variety of settings.
Let Maryann Murphy help you and your team find more time in your day and more space in your home and office. Maryann Murphy, MSW, your personal organizing coach!