Chapter Leaders

Executive Board
Karen Baker

Karen Baker

President

president@napohouston.com

Karen has been helping Houston’s small business owners and busy professions get organized and be productive since 2008. Before starting her organizing business, Karen worked in the sports industry. Her experience working with teams helps her create customized solutions that take advantage of client’s natural strengths and tendencies. She describes herself as a tech lover and productivity nerd. For Harry Potter fans, she is a prototypical Ravenclaw.

Stephanie King

Stephanie King

Vice President and Membership Director

membership@napohouston.com

Growing up the daughter of a Naval Officer, Stephanie caught the travel bug early. If she’s not transforming cluttered spaces into havens of peace, she’s flying to a new destination to hike up a mountain or relax on a beach. She continues to be thrilled every time she sees the Houston skyline.

Kerry Spencer

Susan Wade

Secretary

secretary@napohouston.com

Susan discovered her passion for organizing while volunteering for scouts, church, and school activities with her three children. After years of working in the corporate world, she jumped in with both feet the day she found out that she could turn her passion into a career. One of only 11 Certified Professional Organizers in the Houston area, Susan has led a team of organizers since 2005 and focuses solely on residential organizing. She and her organizers love bringing a sense of peace and order to their clients’ lives. In her spare time, she loves hanging out with family or boating and fishing.

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Nikki Bell

Treasurer

treasurer@napohouston.com

Nikki enjoys working with people to create order out of chaos. She wants to help her clients free up emotional space for living by ordering their physical spaces. Her aim is to make the organizing process productive as well as fun. Nikki received her Bachelor of Business Administration degree from Prairie View A&M University. She spent 12 years in the retail and property management industry before deciding to pursue a career as a Professional Organizer. Her business experience and her passion to create order have led to this decision. Helping people resolve organizational issues gives her a great sense of gratification and accomplishment. Through motivation and guidance, Nikki believes anyone can learn to become organized. She recognized that helping people to become organized was her purpose in life.

DIRECTORS
Kerry Spencer

Blanka Molnar

Professional Development Director

meetings@napohouston.com

Originally from Budapest, Hungary, Blanka moved to Houston from London (UK) to live with the love of her life after two long years of long-distance dating between Houston and London.

She has a background in Learning & Development, Personal Development Coaching and she is the founder of Your Sorted Space. Blanka loves to guide people from chaos and feeling overwhelmed to peace of mind by decluttering and sorting their space.

When she is not sorting her clients’ space you will find Blanka reading, jigsaw puzzling, or doing sports like bike riding, or hot yoga. Blanka loves dancing salsa.

Michelle Smithpeter

Business Partner Director

businesspartners@napohouston.com

Born and raised in Oregon, Michelle has a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology. As the Owner of Pretty Practical Spaces®, she loves transforming clients’ homes, including designing and implementing landscaping projects. In her spare time, Michelle enjoys year-round gardening in Houston and traveling with her husband.

Stephanie Marshall

Stephanie Marshall

Marketing Director

marketing@napohouston.com

Stephanie, a native, bi-lingual Houstonian, founded Zensational Organizing upon returning to the US after living in Australia from 2007-2019.  Prior to becoming a professional organizer, Stephanie organized events and kept corporate and elected officials organized.

Stephanie helps people transition from living in chaos to finding their Zen. When not helping people get their Zen back, she can be found spending time with family, most likely attending her daughter’s many activities.