"Hello, I'm Jolene Monaco and I work with individuals and small businesses to turn their everyday environments into functional, beautiful and inspiring spaces. 
I offer highly personalized, dedicated, and confidential service. I place great emphasis on building strong client relationships and tailoring my approach to meet each individual client’s needs."

Jolene Monaco - Animal Lover & Recovering Perfectionist

NAPO - DFW Director at Large
​​I’m probably like a lot of professional organizers.  I started in childhood with the family home.  We were a family of six, so my mother was probably more overwhelmed than I realized or that she ever let on.  I was always creating systems for the household and improving the appearance.   
From a very young age, my career choice had been fashion and interior design.  As I got older, I wondered if I would be another starving artist statistic.  I ended up majoring in marketing, and an unusual internship opportunity turned into a long-term career and entrepreneurship in the domestic and international aerospace sector.   In other words, destiny happened while I was making other plans!
During that time, I was able to exercise my creativity by volunteering for various galas, wine and food tastings and art festivals for the Dallas Museum of Art and the 500 Inc.  In addition to being good causes, it flourished event planning skills that were so rewarding and educating.
When I was finally ready for a career change, I decided on residential real estate.  During that time it was vastly a buyers’ market.  With more houses on the market than there were buyers for them, my sellers had to stand out.  I was finally getting to use my creativity by staging homes and organizing the contents.   This was a big asset to the sellers as it eliminated moving unnecessary contents.  I really enjoy seeing the improvement in peoples' lives when they have better systems for their lifestyles, which is why I am offering this service.
About NAPO
I'm proud to be a member of the National Association of Productivity & Organizing Professionals.  We adhere to a code of ethics to provide our clients the confidence in our services.
NAPO DFW Chapter Gives Back
Our DFW Chapter has selected the Genesis Women's Shelter as our Give Back Dallas project for fall of 2017.  The shelter has been a valuable resource for women and their families of domestic violence. 

After the 1st of the year, we will have a Give Back event for a charity in McKinney and Fort Worth in the spring.  If you have a cause in mind, please let me know so I can bring it to the attention of my colleagues.