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Dan Loya is a professional organizer with a specialty in organizing residential spaces and small offices. His passion is to empower people he works with to be transformed from the inside-out by helping them to reclaim and simplify their lives. Dan’s extensive education and diverse career allows him to work with people of all different backgrounds. After attaining a Bachelor of Arts degree in Counseling Psychology, he also earned his Master of Science degree in Organizational Psychology.
Starting with a career in education, Dan served as a California public school teacher for a decade, and as a college instructor at Los Angeles Harbor College during the latter half of this profession. After this, he transitioned into other professional roles including: associate director of a “blue chip” art gallery, corporate trainer and recruiter, and personal organizer for a business executive. His background in education, counseling, and training provided the foundation for his profession as an organizer.
After moving to Philadelphia in 2011, he became an entrepreneur and focused his talents into the art of professional organizing. In 2017, he fulfilled his lifelong dream of living and working in New York City and Spaces Transformed was relocated The Big Apple. He is a former member of the Board of Directors for the Greater Philadelphia Chapter and the New York Chapter of the National Association of Productivity & Organizing Professionals (NAPO). Currently he is Chair for the NAPO-Y Mentor Program and a regular presenter for the First Step Job Training Program, empowering women to use effective time management strategies to ensure gainful employment.
When he isn’t helping people organize their lives, Dan enjoys his yoga practice and he volunteers for many different non-profit organizations like Human Rights Campaign and Coalition for the Homeless in NYC. He also loves to travel and has explored cities across the U.S., Canada, Mexico, 13 countries in Europe, Japan, and many places in Southeast Asia and South America.