Using Technology to Increase Productivity
- 6:30 - 7:00: Check-In, Networking, Ask the Expert Table with Maria White, and Refreshments
- 7:00 - 7:30: General Chapter Business
- 7:30 - 8:30: Using Technology to Increase Productivity
- 8:30 - 9:00: Door Prize and Networking
Cell phones are a technological advancement that we can’t live without, but sometimes it feels like they’re running our lives. This month’s speaker - and chapter member - Kim Oser, will show us how to turn the tables and make our phones work for us as productivity tools, rather than a source of constant interruption.
About Kim Oser, CPO®
Kim Oser specializes in small business and residential organizing, and productivity. Her company, Need Another You, works with clients to be more organized and productive, saving them time and money. She has a passion for using technology to simplify processes and our lives.
Kim founded Need Another You in 2004 and earned the Certified Professional Organizer® (CPO® ) designation in 2007. As a member of NAPO (National Association of Productivity and Organizing Professionals), Kim served on their Board of Directors from April 2015 - November 2018. Kim received the 2015 NAPO President's Award. She previously served on the NAPO Washington, DC Metro Chapter Board of Directors
Kim is an author, an Evernote Certified Consultant, and an accomplished international speaker on the topics of organizing, productivity, and using technology to achieve both. Her ideas have been published in the Washington Post, Washingtonian, Northern Virginia, and HGTV magazines, as well as other local and national publications. She has appeared on FOX5-DC and NBC4 Washington.
Kim strives to help others reduce stress by becoming more productive and profitable, freeing up time, money, and space for the people and things they love.
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