Diane N. Quintana is a Certified Professional Organizer and owner of DNQ Solutions, LLC, based in Atlanta, Georgia. A seasoned expert in her field, Diane led the organizing team for an episode of A&E Hoarders show in 2011 and provided several after-care organizing sessions for the segment participant. She has been featured in Real Simple Magazine and has appeared on the Atlanta Friends and Neighbors Show.
An accomplished speaker and author of four books including Flying Solo: A Guide to Organizing Your Home When You Leave Your Parents’ Nest and Now What? A Simple Organizing Guide, Diane most recently co-authored the illustrated children’s books Suzie’s Messy Room and Benji’s Messy Room with Jonda Beattie.
As a mother and former elementary school teacher, Diane has lived and worked in four countries including Asia and the United States.
Diane teaches professional women and working mothers how to become organized and provides them with strategies and solutions for maintaining order in their busy lives. She specializes in residential and home-office organizing in metropolitan Atlanta and in working with people challenged by ADD, Hoarding, and chronic disorganization.
Diane is a member of the Institute for Challenging Disorganization (ICD), The National Association of Productivity and Organizing Professionals (NAPO), and NAPO-Georgia. She is certified in chronic disorganization through the ICD and holds Hoarding and Attention Deficit Disorder specialist certificates. Diane is also a consultant with Parkaire Consultants in Atlanta.
Jonda S. Beattie is a Professional Organizer and owner of Time Space Organization based in the Metro-Atlanta area.
As presenter, author of three books as well as a retired special education teacher, she uses her listening skills, problem solving skills, knowledge of different learning techniques, ADHD specialty, and paper management skills to help clients tackle the toughest organizational issues.
Jonda does hands on organizing, virtual organizing, and moderates a Zone Plan Teleclass for those who prefer to work on their own with organizational coaching.
Katharine Chestnut spent 30+ years focused on marketing strategy continues to provide marketing consulting along being active as a speaker and mentor. She opened Alkaloid Networks, an Atlanta coworking office, four+ years ago and recently launched the Atlanta Coworking Alliance.