Diane Hatcher is a Certified Professional Organizer and president of Time-Savers Professional Organizing Services, Inc. Since 1998 she has been custom-designing organizing systems and solutions for paper work, time management, clutter, and productivity issues for residential and business clients who want to improve their qualities of life. She specializes in clients with Chronic Disorganization and Attention Deficit Disorder.
In April, 2007 Diane became a member of the inaugural class of Certified Professional Organizers (CPO®), and is the first one in South Florida, only one of six in the state, and one of 260 in the United States. This is a testament to her outstanding knowledge and experience in the field of professional organizing.
In February 2007, Diane wrote and published Don’t Agonize, Organize Your Office Now!: Simple Solutions for Your Office Organizing Challenges, an easy to read, easy to implement power book on organizing paperwork, desks, filing systems, email, time management, efficient packing techniques, and more.
Diane is a member of the National Association of Professional Organizers (NAPO), the National Study Group on Chronic Disorganization (NSGCD) and is the 2003 Davie/Cooper City Chamber of Commerce Small Business Person of the Year. In 2003, she also received the American Business Women’s Association’s (ABWA) Spirit of Excellence Business Leader of the Year Award. She is active in Leadership Broward, Broward Women’s Alliance (BWA), the Association of Professional Businesswomen in Weston (APB), the Business Club of Weston (BCW), the Davie-Cooper City Chamber of Commerce and the Miramar-Pembroke Pines Chamber of Commerce.
For five years Diane served as the Florida liaison for NAPO’s Golden Circle, organizers with over five years experience.
Nationally she writes for Balance Magazines and has appeared in Women’s Day, Quick and Simple and is quoted in several organizing books including Organizing Plain and Simple by Donna Smallin. Previously a monthly columnist for the Sun-Sentinel’s Weston Gazette for 5 years, Diane has been featured in local newspapers, magazines, television and radio.
Personally, Diane and her husband have been married since 1977. Both are Florida natives and members of the Cooper City Community Emergency Response Team (CERT). Diane graduated from the University of Florida with a degree in Journalism and Communications and a major in Public Relations. She earned teaching certifications in elementary and early childhood education from Nova Southeastern University. She held a 5-20 insurance license. Diane’s daughters are graduates of the University of Florida and Florida State University.
A close second to her family, Diane derives her greatest satisfaction from organizing business people and homeowners.
DON’T AGONIZE, JUST ORGANIZE!