Andrew Mellen has been called “the most organized man in America,” and the title is well earned. For more than 15 years, he has worked with groups and individuals to help them declutter their lives and organize their time to focus on the things that are most important.
His advice has appeared in a wide range of media outlets including The New York Times, O Magazine, Martha Stewart Living, and USA Today. He has been a featured guest on all of the major networks: NPR, FOX, ABC, CBS, and NBC.
Andrew’s first book, Unstuff Your Life!, is currently in its sixth printing. It has been translated into Russian and is available as an audiobook from Audible.
Attorneys, filmmakers, artists, and authors have also sought his help to streamline their processes.
His corporate clients include members of the Fortune 500 to small entrepreneurial ventures.
When he is not leading workshops, Andrew devotes his time to one-on-one coaching and consulting.
In a previous life, he was an award-winning playwright, actor, producer, director, and the former artistic director of Alice B. Theater (Seattle), DC Arts Center (Washington, DC) and Shuttle Theater Company (New York).
Andrew earned a bachelor of arts in language, literature, and theater from Northern Michigan University.