Donna Cowan



Donna Cowan launched Cowan & Company Professional Organizing in 1995. Since then, she has assisted countless satisfied clients achieve success in their professional and personal spaces with organized, productive systems tailored to their specific needs. With grace and tactfulness, she helps clients become and stay organized by teaching them how to streamline schedules, arrange spaces for maximum efficiency and use technology more effectively.


Cowan & Company caters to successful professionals in a broad range of environments including commercial and business enterprises, corporate headquarters, home offices and residential settings. Clients include educators, entrepreneurs, medical professionals, retailers, attorneys, authors, manufacturers, musicians, and homemakers. Donna consistently offers expert assistance and sensitive support during the challenging, yet rewarding, process of becoming organized.


Throughout her career as a professional organizing consultant, Donna’s reputation as a creative and resourceful problem-solver has led to a myriad of media citations. She appeared in live television segments of San Diego Fox 6 News, during which she organized the office of a news anchor. Her sage advice appears in several books on organizing, and she has been quoted in numerous magazines and newspapers, including Sunset, Woman’s Day, Lucky, the Kiplinger Retirement Report, The San Diego Union-Tribune, Los Angeles Times, and Federal Times in articles on getting and staying organized.


Clients benefit from Donna's expertise in a wide array of organizing and productivity tools and strategies.


Donna is a proud member of the National Association of Professional Organizers (NAPO). She is certified by the Board of Professional Organizers. She also is a member of the Institute for Challenging Disorganization (formerly the National Study Group on Chronic Disorganization) and has attained the following Certificates of Study: Chronic Disorganization (CD); Basic ADD Issues with the CD Client; Understanding the Needs of the Elderly CD Client; Learning Styles and Modalities; Basic Hoarding Issues with the CD Client.