About Organized Audrey
Organized Audrey’s team is comprised of Audrey Thomas and daughter Maggie Keller. Whether presenting separately or together, they are committed to bringing about positive change for you and your attendees—and making it fun! Topics include improving personal productivity, reducing stress, increasing email effectiveness, maintaining work/life balance, and maximizing communications for nonprofits.
About Audrey Thomas, CSP, Author and Productivity Expert
When Audrey Thomas isn’t writing or entertaining audiences, she’s gardening for pleasure, target shooting for fun, and deleting emails for sport. For more about Audrey, watch this video and read more below.
Audrey, a Twin Cities native and empty nester with her supportive husband, has been entertaining and teaching audiences for more than 20 years. As an author, speaker, and productivity consultant, she presents for corporations and nonprofits at conferences and conventions.
In addition to speaking, Audrey has written for organizations like The Business Journal and UnitedHealthcare. She’s also authored several books including 50 Ways to Leave Your Clutter and The Road Called Chaos.
Audrey is one of less than 12 percent of speaking professionals recognized as a Certified Speaking Professional (CSP)—the speaking profession’s international measure of platform competence. CSP indicates a speaker with proven experience who knows how to deliver client satisfaction. Her speaking engagements have been described as authentic, relevant, and practical for groups ranging from small corporate training sessions to 1,000+ audience keynote presentations.
About Maggie Keller, Associate
Maggie Keller is a self-proclaimed grammar nerd, having worked with words for ten years. In addition to a degree in English Writing, Maggie spent a year teaching and developing curriculum at an international school in Nigeria. She specializes in communications for nonprofits. Maggie inherited her mother Audrey’s love for teaching others the principles of productivity and organization. In addition to speaking, Maggie is experienced in writing feature-length articles, 140-character tweets, and all the e-newsletters in between. What Maggie loves most in the world are her husband, their three small kids, and a well-placed semicolon.