Amanda M. LeBlanc

Amanda LeBlanc is a Professional Organizer and Designer with over 12 years of experience organizing and 10 years owning her own successful organizing firm. She is a member of the National Association of Professional Organizers. As a member of NAPO, Amanda has served as Chair of the Strategic Task Force, Task Team Member on the Education Committee, as well as serving on the Associate Committee. Amanda is also a member of the Vestavia Hills and Jefferson Parish Chamber of Commerce. She is active in the community donating to Habitat for Humanity and local schools and organizations.

Amanda has been featured on the Today Show, Better Homes and Gardens,, iVillage,, Soap Opera Weekly, US Weekly, The Washington Post, Woman’s World, as well as numerous local and regional publications.
Amanda is a monthly contributor for BMetro Magazine, Birmingham Christian, Dottie Magazine, as well as working on Monthly Home Segments with Fox 6 Good Day Alabama.

Amanda has been recognized for her accomplishments by being named, Birmingham Top 40 under 40 2012, Top CEO Rising Star, and the Stevie Award for Female Entrepreneur of the Year.

In 2012 Amanda’s business made its television debut on the Style Network in a reality show named after her business, The Amandas. Amanda is currently sought after not only for her stylish and functional designs but also for speaking engagements, hosting and consulting work.



Patty Baker

Have you ever found a solution to a problem that was so exciting, you wanted to share it with as many people as possible? That’s how Patty became passionate about organizing. After discovering how something as simple as organizing a sock drawer could make a morning routine flow much easier, she became determined to apply similar order to the rest of her life and then to share her love of organization with other people.

Patty is a Certified Professional Organizer (CPO) and an active member of the National Association of Professional Organizers (NAPO). She has conducted training seminars and has assisted a variety of clients including business professionals, relocation companies and homeowners. She enjoys helping clients lead more effective and productive lives through better organization. There is nothing more gratifying than to hear a client say “you have changed my life!”

Patty joined The Amandas in 2006 after being in the organizing industry since 2003. She is thrilled to be part of an organizing team and to belong to a growing organization. Prior to organizing professionally, Patty used her organizing skills as a real estate appraiser and a corporate relocation specialist.



Allison Casto

As a student at the University of Alabama, Allison came to The Amandas as a Marketing/PR intern for the summer. What she thought would be a short 2 month learning experience, turned into a full time job and adventure. After graduating with a degree in business administration, Allison moved to Birmingham to help manage the marketing and business operations for the Birmingham and New Orleans locations. Although she did not consider herself an organizer by nature, she has been transformed into one and developed a love for organization. Her easy going, goofy personality is a breath of fresh air in an often stressful environment.







Erin Schmidt

In her former career as a computer programmer, Erin always relied on being highly organized to successfully complete projects.  She frequently helped friends bring these organizational systems into their homes.  Erin enjoyed helping others simplify their spaces and lives so much that she decided to start organizing as a career with The Amandas in 2005. “I have enjoyed my time working as an Amanda, and now look forward to returning as Regional Manager for the Louisiana territory.”

A Certified Professional Organizer, Erin has over 8 years of experience in comprehensive home and business organizing including corporate relocating services.







Caroline Roberts

Caroline, our newest addition to The Amandas, graduated from Auburn University in 2013 with a degree in Apparel Merchandising and a minor in Business. After graduation, she became a manager for a department store in Atlanta, where organization and creativity was necessary to be successful. Caroline discovered how much she enjoyed being organized and finding solutions for any problem that arose. Upon learning about the Amandas and having an interest in moving to Birmingham, Caroline quickly realized it would be a perfect fit. Caroline is so happy to be an Amanda and loves seeing the excitement on clients faces upon finishing a project.