Donna Cameron, PhD, MPH, Professional Organizer

Donna Davis Cameron, PhD, MPH is a health educator, university professor, wife, mother and professional organizer with many passions. In November 2003 Dr. Cameron began addressing health and wellness in a holistic, novel way: through getting organized! She started by focusing on organizing closets and wardrobes. Over time her work has evolved into organizing home offices, time, paper, and projects. She is currently a member of the National Association of Professional Organizers (NAPO), found in 1985 with over 3,000 members nationwide.

To balance her personal passions, Dr. Cameron is an associate (as of March 1, 2008) professor in the Department of Family Medicine at Georgetown University in Medical Center. She directs community-based health promotion activites and a course in well-being for first-year medical students.