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Elizabeth J. Jones has always been organized. As a little girl in West Texas, she would count the hours until she could run home from school and organize her hope chest, closet, or bookshelves…each time with a new idea or technique in mind. She alphabetized, arranged, rearranged, labeled, lined up, purged, sorted, and overanalyzed her way through childhood. And then adolescence. And then adulthood. But what her {slightly alarmed} family members and friends didn't know yet was that Elizabeth was honing her ninja-like organizing skills for the day she would become a professional organizer.     

The first time Elizabeth saw the movie Mary Poppins with her mom - the scene where Mary sings and snaps the children's room into delightful order - she was hooked. Organizing, she was convinced, should always be that magical.*  

Elizabeth received her bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Texas Tech University in Human Development and Family Studies and went on to a career in education and educational philanthropy. Most recently, she lived in Pasadena, California, and worked as the Service Learning Director for Clairbourn School. But organizing always remained her greatest passion. So, in 2012, she left California to return to Texas and launch a career in residential organizing. 

Elizabeth now lives in Fort Worth and travels to homes in Texas, California, and New York to work with clients. She still believes in the magic of organizing. 

Elizabeth is a member of the National Association of Professional Organizers. 

*Don't worry. Elizabeth never sings to her clients while on a project.  

What Makes Us Unique

1. NEST & Transformation is committed to just that – transforming your space. We believe that a space should be as visually stunning as it is functional. Besides organizing your space, we will recommend and research everything from shelving systems to paint colors to lighting – and options for every budget.  

2. One of the biggest fears clients face when starting an organizing project is the thought of getting rid of something they love. We think your sacred and sentimental items should be showcased. Whether it's a handmade quilt that belonged to your grandmother, a prized collection, or your father’s letter jacket, we will work together to find the most unique ways to repurpose the treasures that mean most to you. 

3. Having 10 years of experience working with community service agencies, you can be sure that anything you want to donate in the process of an organizing project will find its perfect place in the community, with an organization that means something to you and your family, and will go on to be loved as much as you loved it.