For 15 years Amanda has been physically transforming the world around her. Amanda started organizing professionally in her townhouse complex while attending law school in Michigan and now services clients on the San Francisco Bay Area’s Peninsula. She has a gift for creating unique solutions for daunting projects and situations. Amanda’s project management skills and ability to see the “after” before she starts earn her rave reviews amongst her loyal clientele. Amanda’s work specialities include large scale home organization projects, relocations, project management, estate organization and inventory, estate liquidations and estate sales. Since starting her blog in 2009, Amanda has gained significant following and recognition. Kuzak’s Closet has won the title of Best Blog of Silicon Valley for 2012, 2013, 2014, & 2015. Amanda has been featured in several books, magazines, blogs and podcasts.
Taylor joined the Kuzak’s Closet team in 2013. As a lead professional organizer, her big picture thinking and her precise attention to detail is a winning combination that she uses to provide clients with unique, personalized solutions. Her listening skills and sense of humor compliment her frank and honest communication style, giving her clients lasting and impactful progress with each session.
Tammy joined the Kuzak’s Closet team in 2015. She loves working side-by-side with clients to help them achieve their organizing goals. She has a wealth of practical knowledge especially with our relocation projects.
Haleigh joined the Kuzak’s Closet team in 2019. She is working towards becoming a lead professional organizer and has an eye for aesthetics and spatial reasoning. She brings her organizing skills to our estate services as well, often managing postings and messages through @shopkuzakscloset and aiding to efficiency as we process an estate.
Sarah joined the Kuzak’s Closet team in 2014. As an estate manager she is often the first point of contact with a family to review the contents of an estate, to help determine the best course of action to reach their goals. She thrives are directing the multifaceted process of our estate liquidation projects to keep things efficient and running smoothly. She has extensive knowledge of all things MidCentury Modern and a love of vintage.
Hope joined the Kuzak’s Closet team in 2014. She is our book expert with extensive knowledge of literature and history. She also has a love of ephemera and all things paper and her appreciation for odd and unique items makes her an expert at finding new homes for everything we come across. Hope organizes estates behind the scenes and can often be spotted organizing crowd control at the front door of our estate sale and estate liquidation projects. Her methodical approach to our process makes her fantastic at finding specific items that our clients may be looking for.
Billy has been Amanda’s right hand man since 2010. As our hauling manager he oversees loading and processing the unsold items from each estate. From everyday trash, to oversized items, to hazardous materials, he knows how to find a home for anything. Not only is he an expert at packing our box truck or van, he also assists with lots of heavy lifting for organizing clients, sets up estate sales, and provides overnight security at estates. With his happy and can-do attitude, no problem is too big for our team, and you can often catch him saying “don’t worry, be happy.”
Jennalynn joined the Kuzak’s Closet team in 2010. As one of the first ever employees of Kuzak’s Closet Jennalynn has filled numerous roles throughout the growth of the company. As an original estate sale cashier, she was integral to growing our 4,000+ person email list that is now central to our estate liquidation model. She brings her positive, personable energy to every new role she fulfills from organizer to estate specialist, to personal assistant.
Julian joined the Kuzak’s Closet team as a summer intern in 2018 and transitioned to a full time opportunity as an estate specialist in 2019. He is savvy and sorting estates and loves to help shoppers load their cars.