Margie Fortman thrives on the satisfaction that organization brings. A challenging project that brings positive results is thoroughly rewarding. A lifelong organizer, Margie recalls organizing her childhood books by height on the bookshelf and rearranging bedroom furniture to reflect her ever-changing tastes and needs. Margie strives to create order out of chaos on a larger scale, then maintain that sense of order through persistent maintenance on a smaller, more routine scale.
Margie has a B.A. in Psychology from University of Virginia and an M.A. in Psychobiology from Emory University. She moved from Virginia to Woodinville, Washington, in 2013, and she is captivated by the Pacific Northwest and its people. She and her husband Pete have raised two fabulous daughters, and they enjoy exploring their new environment. In addition to organizing, Margie delights in cooking, exercising, and the art and science of fine wine.