Kelli Wilson

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Kelli Wilson
A Simple Plan

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Kelli Wilson has always been organized and was ecstatic when she saw programs on HGTV about people who actually made a career out of this natural ability. In 2005 she started A Simple Plan Consulting as a part time business while still working full time in corporate America. With over 20 years of experience in communications, project management and sales Kelli took the leap into full time entrepreneurship when her employer of 10 years gave her the boot – (the best thing that could’ve happened!)

Kelli specializes in residential organizing but began to study organizing for brain injury clients after her cousin Pamela shared the frustrations and challenges of living with a brain injury. Along with this specialty comes training in ADD and chronic disorganization. Kelli has worked with dozens of clients to help them create unique and specialized solutions for their specific organizing challenges.

As the owner of a small business Kelli realized there was still so much to learn about being successful in business. With her partner, Christine Giri, she founded Educating Small Business dot com to allow her a greater reach in assisting small business owners grow successful and thriving businesses.

Kelli is the International Ambassador for the National Association of Professional Organizers and the Immediate Past President of the Sacramento Chapter of NAPO. A disciplined martial artist and mother of two Kelli strives for serenity in her life which she knows is contagious to those who desire it.

Kelli has appeared on local TV, national radio and in local newspapers. Kelli’s organizing articles are published throughout the internet and her first book is currently in creative development.


Clutter Control, Closet Organizing & Design, Garages/Attics/Basements, Kitchens, Other Rooms, Moving & Relocation
Paper Management
Office - Residential Business, Office - Small Business
Errands/Personal Shopping, Public Speaker
Chronically Disorganized/Hoarding, ADD/ADHD, Seniors, People with Physical Disabilities