Jess Varian Maldonado

Partner

Jessica Varian Maldonado has been an organizer in one way or another for practically her entire life. By taking a huge leap of faith, Jessica founded Organize by Design in 2011.

Since then she has assisted hundreds of clients live a more minimalistic, organized life and has donated and rehomed over 1 million items to those in need. Jessica has been known for keeping clients calm, cared for and supported during her sessions, earning her the prestigious title of “Best Professional Organizer” by Monmouth Health and Life Magazine for three consecutive years in a row!

At the end of 2018, Jessica chose to restructure her successful company to include a team of top-notch professionals, and Organista Home was born to help even more people in all aspects of home organizing. Organista Home certifies each professional to ensure consistency and excellence for every client.

In addition, Jessica is co-founder of S.O.A.R (seize opportunity and rise) - a bi-annual Symposium for women. Jessica felt the strong desire to help women connect, share, inspire, and grow together in one room where they witness and learn from hand selected Session Leaders that anything is possible.

Jessica is the author of “She Had No Business: a real life tale of faith, courage, and beating the odds.” She has been taking her message on the road doing speaking engagements and workshops inspiring people and letting them know anything is possible.

In 2022, she took that “leap of faith, anything is possible” attitude one step further and became a partner in Inspired Girl Enterprises. Jessica loves community and gathering people together, and is focusing on building the Inspired Girl Collective and expanding on events like S.O.A.R.

In her personal life, Jessica’s passions are helping others, walks in nature, great friends and simplicity. She is a newlywed to a total romantic and the mother to four wonderful children who make her proud each and every day. They are the motivating force behind Jessica’s desire to create a legacy showing them the power of using our gifts to help others and anything is possible.

Jess Varian Maldonado