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About Ann Organizes Us


Founder/CEO, Ann Mancuso, was born and raised in Hartford, CT and moved to Atlanta 25 years ago. She has always had a passion for organizing and when the time came to follow her dreams, after a successful 23-year paralegal career, Ann Organizes Us was born. Ann always says that everyone has a given talent and hers is organization. Her spatial ability to see a space and organize it in a way that is functional and easily maintained is her end goal. She believes all items in your home should have their own home so they can be found within seconds. In addition to her passion for organizing, she decided to combine her love of real estate to assist clients in finding peace in their organized dream home oasis.

     Ann is a member of NAPO (National Association of Productivity and Organization) and GA - Chapter Secretary.

     Ann is a proud mom of her teenaged son, whom she has raised as a single parent with the help of a small village, including her siblings/family, childhood friends, and the parents of her son’s friends. She loves sports of all kinds, including her beloved Red Sox and Atlanta United (the Benz is her second home). As a child she swam and played tennis. Her love of swimming continues today as a part-time swim instructor working with infants to 10 years old.

    Her love to volunteer turned into a part-time job at Toco Hills Community Alliance, serving the community with food insecurity and homelessness with our clothing closet.  I use my organizational abilities to keep the pantry organized knowing how much food is being provided to our community.  She also supports Atlanta Community Food Bank, Atlanta Union Mission, Atlanta Habitat for Humanity, Furnish with Love, and Wounded Warrior Project. She loves to connect non-profits with other non-profits to build community relations. It takes a village to build a loving kind community. Additionally, she volunteers at her son’s high school as the PTSA VP of Communications.

     Ann’s additional hobbies include walking, tennis and other sports, shopping, reading, beach adventures, board/card games, other unique volunteering opportunities, and relaxing!

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