Alison Kero began her career as a professional organizer in 2004. Prior to that time, she worked for associations and in finance.
Preferring to be in charge of her own career, Alison started her first business, Gotham Concierge, in New York City.
Since then her career path has taken several twists and turns. In 2010 she moved to Denver, Colorado where she opened up a pet care business called Alicat Pet Service.
In late 2011 Alison returned to the New York City area and by 2012 she opened up her third business, which she named ACK Organizing. In 2019, Alison chose to move near family and moved herself and her business to Rehoboth Beach, Delaware.
Besides changing locations, she also changed the name of her professional organizing business to Alison Kero Organizing.
Alison Kero Organizing is Now in Delaware
In August of 2019, Alison moved to Rehoboth Beach, Delaware. She quickly joined the Cape Business Network.
In 2020 and beyond, Alison plans to help those living and moving to "lower, slower Delaware" enjoy a happier, healthier, more productive life.
Throughout her career, Alison has also been fortunate enough to make several television appearances. She has been a guest on programs such as the Dr. Oz Show, the Mike Huckabee Show, and the CBS Morning Show.
These appearances also led to CNN and The New York Times featuring her in articles. In 2013, she was asked to be a featured writer for an online Hearst-owned publication, Manilla. She shared her wisdom on their site and together they created a video on closet organization. (See video on homepage)
Ms. Kero has also written for the online publications She Knows and Core Brain Journal. She was also a featured writer for House Tipster.
In 2013 she self-published a book about how to avoid the mistakes she's made as a business owner. It's available on Amazon.
Health, Happiness, and Productivity
Discussing the correlation between health, happiness, and productivity is important to Alison. To share her ideas, she has been a frequent guest on podcasts and radio shows.
She has also shared her insights with groups such as the National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO) NYC chapter, the NYC Bar Association, and at many networking events.
Alison Kero was also a member of the NAWBO-NYC chapter for many years. She was also their editor and sat on their BOD.