Organizing, Downsizing and Moving.

In today’s world it is easy to become overwhelmed with the constant change and the details that go with it. Perhaps you have a new job that will take you to another location, you would like to organize your office or maybe you’ve just arrived in town and none of your boxes have been unpacked and nothing is on the walls. Many people are experiencing family changes as children are moving home after college and parents are moving from lifelong homes into an apartment or retirement community. Instead of moving out some are making changes to existing space that requires a temporary change. In all these cases there are overwhelming decisions, endless details and so many “next steps” in the process that the end never appears in sight.

Next Step Baltimore is about helping people. Our professional move managers and organizers can handle the details and logistics. We are about supporting you whether it be as simple as cleaning out that closet where everything gets tossed or as complex as a fully organized move, we can make your life easier. We help you transition, simplify, organize and live clutter-free. Let us help you.

Sally N. McCabeSally N. McCabe

Sally, Founder and CEO since 2002, has been using her knowledge, experience and compassion to find ways for individuals and companies to face the challenges associated with organizing, downsizing and moving. Over the years, she has built a list of trusted partners that she can turn to on a moment’s notice. Her goal is to discover what each client truly needs and find the best possible solutions.

Sally has assisted individuals, businesses, non-profit organizations and retirement communities in the Baltimore Washington area.

Following graduation from Hollins University she attended a Winterthur Program for curators followed by an extensive career in real estate as a broker/agent.

Sally is married and has two children. When she is not working she enjoys spending time with family, gardening and reading the next great novel.

Linda M. Gaines

Linda M. GainesAs the mother of triplet boys and a younger son, Linda has spent many years organizing family – her own and extended. She enjoys working with people and keeps a clear vision so she can help clients make decisions and solve problems in an efficient manner. Her compassion and sense of humor often come into play in the process of moving, organizing and downsizing.

Linda graduated from the University of Maryland and spent twelve years in clinical practice as a dental hygienist until 1988 when she became a full time mom. In her spare time, Linda enjoys relaxing at the beach with her family, reading and exercising to keep fit.

Beverly M. Ciccarone

Beverly M. CiccaroneBeverly is a graduate of Tulane University and the former owner of FEMME, a women’s contemporary clothing boutique in downtown Baltimore. After graduating from Tulane, she completed Saks Fifth Avenue Training Program in New York before moving back to Baltimore and opening FEMME. In more recent years, she worked as a Design Coordinator for Exclusive Interim Properties and as a Personal Shopper for a select group of clients before joining the NSB team in 2012. A mother of two, she enjoys music, gardening, hiking and cooking in her spare time.

Jennifer G. Lewis

Jennifer G. LewisJennifer is a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Her degree in Economics led her to work in the banking industry in Maryland post-graduation. After ten years in banking, she decided to stay home and raise her two children, spending her extra time volunteering in the school system. A trip to Nemacolin Resort and Spa became a turning point in her life when she discovered Feng Shui and the benefits of a simple, de-cluttered life. While helping a friend’s parents downsize, she met Sally and decided to join her team. Jennifer is a member of NAPO and is currently working towards becoming a Certified Professional Organizer. In her spare time, she enjoys oil painting, needlepoint, yoga and photography.

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