NAPO Arizona is a chapter of the National Association of Productivity and Organizing Professionals (NAPO). NAPO is a nonprofit professional association whose members include residential and business organizers, productivity consultants, coaches, speakers, trainers, authors, and companies that provide products and services that support organizing and productivity. Founded in 1985, NAPO is the largest national association of and for the organizing and productivity industry with over 3,100 members worldwide.
The Arizona Professional Organizers Association, founded in 1996, is now known as NAPO-AZ. From the beginning, our commitment has been to provide a place for organizing and productivity professionals to network, learn, and grow. NAPO-AZ has always been supportive of those interested in becoming Professional Organizers and Productivity Consultants, and many have launched their careers with support from NAPO-AZ members.
Our mission is to be the leading source of information for the organizing and productivity industry in Arizona. As part of our mission, NAPO-AZ actively strives to further the expertise of our members through ongoing education and hands-on experience. We provide a supportive and collaborative environment in which to discuss professional issues.
Our chapter, website, and social media platforms create business development opportunities for our members. We strive to promote public and media awareness of the diverse scope of services that are available from within our membership.
Our Chapter Leaders
As a nonprofit organization, we rely on our members to fulfill various leadership positions within our organization. Leadership positions are a great opportunity to grow in your personal development and to increase your credibility in the field of organizing and productivity. If you are interested in a position, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Executive Board
Director of Marketing
Director of Membership
Director of Business Partners
Director at Large
NAPO Code of Ethics
This Code of Ethics is a set of principles to provide guidelines in our professional conduct with our clients, colleagues, and community. As a member of the National Association of Productivity and Organizing Professionals, we pledge to exercise judgment, self-restraint, and conscience in our conduct in order to establish and maintain public confidence in the integrity of NAPO members and to preserve and encourage fair and equitable practices among all who are engaged in the profession of organizing.
1. I will serve my clients with integrity, competence, and objectivity, and will treat them with respect and courtesy.
2. I will offer services in those areas in which I am qualified and will accurately represent those qualifications in both verbal and written communications.
3. When unable or unqualified to fulfill requests for services, I will make every effort to recommend the services of other qualified organizers and/or other qualified professionals.
4. I will advertise my services in an honest manner and will represent the organizing profession accurately.
Confidentiality and Conflict of Interest
1. I will keep confidential all client information, both business and personal, including that which may be revealed by other organizers.
2. I will use proprietary client information only with the client’s permission.
3. I will keep client information confidential and not use it to benefit me or my firm, or reveal this information to others.
1. I will decide independently and communicate to my client in advance my fees and expenses, and will charge fees and expenses, which I deem reasonable, legitimate, and commensurate with my experience, the services I deliver and the responsibility I accept.
2. I will make recommendations for products and services with my client’s best interests in mind.
1. I will seek and maintain an equitable, honorable, and cooperative association with other NAPO members and will treat them with respect and courtesy.
2. I will respect the intellectual property rights (materials, titles, and thematic creations) of my colleagues, and other firms and individuals, and will not use proprietary information or methodologies without permission.
3. I will act and speak on a high professional level so as to not bring discredit to the organizing profession.