Organizing Consultant Jennifer Wig is the Social Media Chair for the Institute of Challenging Disorganization (ICD). The ICD is the premier resource on chronic disorganization and strives to educate professional organizers and the public about those challenges.
The Social Media Chair is responsible for coordinating and maintaining the ICD's social media accounts. This includes working with the ICD to create a comprehensive social media strategy, producing fresh, useful content for those platforms through the use of pictures, video and words. The chair also monitors social media trends that may be useful to the ICD for disseminating information about the group and its mission.
"Jennifer's contribution to ICD as Social Media Chair has been invaluable,"
Wig worked in print, broadcast and web journalism prior to joining Minding Your Matters. She also owns her own business as a writer and editor, and maintains social media accounts for other clients. She joined Minding Your Matters in 2010.
"I am proud to have my team members involved in our professional organizations,"
Minding Your Matters® is an organizing firm based in Cary, North Carolina. Since its founding in 2002, Minding Your Matters® has built a reputation for helping business and residential clients organize their space, items, documents and time using the flexible structure principle™. This principle is based on the fact that clients want organization to provide structure in their current environment and flexibility to easily “tweak” these systems as their personal or professional situation changes. For more information, please visit www.mindingyourmatters.com, or call 919-467-7058.
The Institute for Challenging Disorganization is a non-profit group for professional organizers and related professionals. Its mission is to benefit people affected by chronic disorganization. The ICD explores, develops and communicates information, organizing techniques and solutions to professional organizers, related professionals and the public. For more information, please visit www.challengingdisorganization.org.