NAPO Houston

Chapter History

NAPO Houston originated as Houston Professional Organizers (HPO), and was the City of Houston’s first group of its kind, consisting of 19 Organizers. The first official meeting was held in 1998.

In 2002 HPO joined with the National Association of Professional Organizers(NAPO), to become the 13th Chapter nationwide and the first in Texas. Since joining NAPO National, the Houston Chapter has grown into a successful organization with a strong presence in the community.

NAPO National and the Houston Chapter offer information, programs, and education for consumers, professional organizers, and those interested in a career in the organizing industry.

In addition, NAPO Houston provides community service to local non-profits. The Houston chapter has partnered with Dress for Success, Shield Bearer, Ronald McDonald House and others to provide volunteers to help create order and efficiency for these charities.

Overview

NAPO Houston is a local chapter of the National Association of Professional Organizers® (NAPO®).

NAPO National has a membership of approximately 4,000 organizing and productivity professionals dedicated to helping people and organizations bring order and efficiency to their lives.

NAPO’s mission is to be the leading source for organizing and productivity professionals by providing exceptional education, enhancing business connections, advancing industry research, and increasing public awareness.