Group Affiliations:

Gotham Member


315 E 69th St, New York, NY, 10021-5530


Phone: 917.375.0631


Position: Professional Office Organizer

  • work-phone 917.375.0631
  • mail-address
  • mobile
  • location 315 E 69th St

Stephanie Shalofsky, founder of The Organizing Zone, specializes in working with small companies to gain control over their work environment so they are more productive. Stephanie brings to her work the discipline, professionalism and project management skills that comes from years of corporate employment, where she managed large teams and budgets of upwards of $2.5 million. She combines that with her impressive leadership and organizing credentials including work on the national committees in NAPO (National Association of Professional Organizers) and within its New York chapter where she served as President for 2 years. This combined with her training as a Certified Virtual Professional Organizer and Certified Productive Environment Specialist plus her non-judgmental and empathetic style enable her to create highly functional and organized workspaces for her clients.


The Organizing Zone provides professional office organizing and productivity services to small companies. The services provided virtually and onsite focus on the stuff, space and systems. The 3 most popular services are: setting up/organizing home offices, creating paper and digital filing systems and general office organizing which includes setting up workflow systems, decluttering prior to a move as well as organizing storage rooms and office kitchens.

Clients find that transforming their combat zones into comfort zones allows them to be more focused, accomplish more in less time which frees them to do the things that are most important. The Organizing Zone's other services include: email management tips and strategies, creating/documenting procedures, office move checklists and office move coordination and time management tips and tactics

Business Catergory: Business Services


Good Lead: Small company that is undergoing a transition... preparing to move, establishing new processes, unpacking/setting up supply room & kitchen, maximzing their storage space, making room for additional staff.