Lisa Tonjes Moritz is a Professional Organizer who has been helping others organize their space or events for many years.  Her Barbie clothes and paper dolls always made it back into their designated spots.  In high school she managed most of the prom planning for the Junior Class and her neat 4-H record books helped her represent Nebraska at the National 4-H Congress.  In college she was always alphabetizing friends’ CDs and videos or creating the perfect “How to” binder for the sorority’s annual philanthropy project.

After college, no roommate was able to live with a disorganized closet or a cluttered common space.  One roommate even received a file cabinet for a Christmas gift (along with help filling it) after Lisa tried to help her locate a very important document in messy piles under her bed.

As a branch manager for a bank for almost 9 years, she was known as the “go to” person for getting a plan in place for an organized branch and written compliance and marketing goals.

In March 2007, Lisa turned her hobby into a business.  Her mission is to give her clients HOPE by making their busy lives easier.  She ‘creates’ space that wasn’t there before.  Her organization saves clients time so they can spend time with their favorite people or doing the things they love, instead of fighting the clutter. In 2014, began focusing her business on helping people organize their photos and memorabilia to safeguard them for future generations.

Lisa lives in Omaha, Nebraska with her husband Bruce and their son, Anderson. They like to travel, appreciate local artists and take an active part in the Omaha community.  Lisa is on the board of Downtown Omaha Rotary, a Junior League of Omaha sustaining member and in the CASA service league.