Meet Korinne

Prior to starting Urban Simplicity in 2010, Korinne spent a decade in politics, organizing campaigns and operations for former New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg, as well as elected officials from Congress to The White House.

When she decided to leave politics and start Urban Simplicity, the reaction from her friends and former colleagues was affirming, “If you can organize Mike Bloomberg’s campaign, you can certainly handle my closet.” Truth.

As her clients have come to know, Korinne’s skill set extends far beyond organization. She is a trusted advisor and get-it-done boss whose number one goal is to make her clients’ lives easier.

In 2016, Urban Simplicity was featured in New York Magazine’s Best of New York issue as the Marie Kondo Alternative.

Korinne is a member of the National Association of Professional Organizers (NAPO) and previously served on the Board of Directors for NAPO’s New York Chapter.

Originally from East Bernard, a small town southwest of Houston, Texas, Korinne received a Bachelor of Science in Communications from the University of Texas at Austin.

Korinne splits her time between New York City and Palm Beach, Florida. When not bin shopping and donation dropping, you’ll find Korinne on a beach.

Korinne isn’t camera shy and has appeared on local broadcasts as well as ABC News segments. She's been featured in New York Magazine, Refinery 29, Women’s Health, and Real Simple, among others.
Korinne combines a healthy dose of OCD and a passion for problem solving with a sense of humor, cheerful nature and Southern charm. Iced coffee and her need to get it right for her clients keeps her going.

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