Meet Andrea Brundage, Professional Organizer & Bringer of Calm. Following her passion of helping people in need, she founded Simple Organized Solutions (SOS) in 2003. Andrea is highly regarded in her field, and SOS is an award-winning, nationally recognized Professional Organizing and Productivity Consulting company.
Andrea’s experience includes a lengthy corporate career and an MBA degree. She enjoys working with corporate clients, residential clients, retirees, and seniors. Using her signature SOS System, she turns “Chaos into Calm.” ™ In addition to working one-on-one with clients, she does coaching, and offers virtual programs for DIY (Do-It-Yourself) clients.
According to Andrea, “Organization is a teachable skill” and as an expert organizer she is part teacher, part project manager, and part coach. “Professional organizing is much more than “fiddling with files.” Andrea says she is a hands-on organizer who meets each client right where they are, and then gently guides them through the organizing process, all the while teaching a life skill that will benefit them forever. “It is not enough to get organized; the goal is to know how to stay organized”
Teaching is second nature to Andrea and she spreads the word about organized living, supportive spaces, and time management through a variety of outlets including the media, radio, the web, in-person workshops, and organizing parties.
Andrea can occasionally be seen on Sonoran Living on ABC15 in Phoenix, and the Arizona Living program, which airs on Cox 7. She has been interviewed by NPR radio, and has made guest appearances on several podcasts and webinars.
Workshops include Virginia G. Piper Cancer Center (Honor Health), Banner Health Alzheimer’s Institute, Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine, Wells Fargo, Bosom Buddies of Banner Health (cancer survivors group), and others.
As an expert in her field, she is often sought out by investigative journalists, and subsequently, has been quoted or contributed to several nationally recognized publications including BBC Online, MSN Money, Fast Track magazine, and others.
As a member of the National Association of Productivity and Organizing Professionals (NAPO), Andrea subscribes to code of ethics that ensures professionalism, confidentiality, and honesty. She has also held several board of director positions within NAPO and has held leadership roles and volunteer positions with several local and nationally recognized associations and professional groups.