About

The Story

Growing up in the South, Anna was taught at a young age that your home should always be ready for company. She has spent her life obsessing over being organized, whether it was meticulously covering her school books, swiftly purging her clothes, or color coding her crayons!

After living in New York City for the past 14 years with several small apartments under her belt, Anna knows first hand the importance of how small spaces require a certain creative eye to detail and, of course, a level of organization. With an easy-going approach that never judges or pushes individuals, Anna loves helping her clients to create more space and function, and to fall in love with their homes again.

Awards and Organizations

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Pleasant, professional, efficient and never judgmental. Piles that were basically unmanageable became sorted and put away. I can't recommend Anna highly enough, she's nothing short of a miracle worker. — Lisa W.
Anna keeps you focused and makes the process very efficient. My house already looks bigger and getting rid of the excessive clutter has decreased my stress immensely. — Sam S.
Anna is the best, and I’ve worked with other organizers in the past!  I feel very anxious before I have a big organizing project coming up and Anna always finds a way of helping me break the project into parts that are manageable and achievable. — Anastasia T.
Whether it’s organizing my children’s playroom (joy to look at), or organizing my messy “catch all” kitchen drawers, or my shoe bins (for a large family of 5 who play many sports and have many different shoes).  Anna is efficient, solution-oriented, focused and positive. — Brooklyn Mom
Her energy, enthusiasm, organization, and execution are what sets her brand apart from other organizers. The most vital thing, in my opinion, that distinguishes Sorted by Anna is that she makes you feel at ease with a process that is fraught with anxiety. She’s a master listener, and a master at managing different personalities to focus them into the common goal, whatever the task. — Jeff M.