About: Cara Persram  

Cara Persram - Professional Organizer in Canada. Experienced home organizer and stager.

Hello, I’m Cara, owner of The Passionate Organizer.  The pleasure of uncluttered spaces and the ease of efficient functionality is priceless. I'm delighted to help people reach their goal of transforming their home or office into an organized, harmonious environment that's easy to maintain.  I provide customized organizing solutions based on your needs, style preferences and goals.

In my twenties, I worked in health care (administration and assisted living) while raising my children before going back to school to become a Software Developer and Business Analyst – an engaging career that spanned over 20 years. Now I enjoy focusing on my true passion – looking after a home and office and helping others to organize and enjoy theirs.

During my journey of intensive study and preparation to become a Professional Organizer, I:

  • have completed a certificate in Professional Organizing with IAP Career College and am a member of the International Association of Professional Organizations (IAPO);
  • have completed the intensive course and am a member of Inspired Organizers;
  • am a member of the Professional Organizers in Canada;
  • am licensed by the Province of Quebec;
  • am insured;
  • have a criminal records check done annually;
  • am a lifelong learner, continually striving to be able to provide the best service to my clients.

I cherish my two kind, successful, adult children, my wonderful boyfriend, our sweet little dog, our tranquil, low-maintenance home and many fabulous friends here in Montreal. I'm very proud to be a Big Sister to a lovely girl through Big Brother Big Sister West Island (BBBSWI).  After spending most of my life in Saskatchewan, the West Island is called 'home' and I'm proud to be a part of this vibrant community.

Cara - Professional Home Organizer and Home Stager

"Cara:  I just wanted to let you know how much I appreciate all that you did for me. I have used my sewing room so much in the past few weeks!  I have recovered seven pillows, made silk pillowcases and a cushion for my outside couch, hemmed five dresses for my girls and repaired two things for myself.  It feels wonderful to have the space to do it and have both machines set up to easily switch back and forth.  I have hung the racks and have my threads on the wall for easy access.  I also feel a healing - I know my mother's things are stained and not 'perfect', though they bring me comfort and I know I feel her guiding me.  I love to sew and now I can." ~ Barbara H.T.



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