EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO START AND GROW A THRIVING PHOTO ORGANIZING BUSINESS!

Industry leaders, Cathi Nelson and Jill B. Yesko lend their expertise to help you transform your photo organizing business.  In A Business Roadmap for Professional Photo Organizers, Cathi and Jill draw from their professional know-how to offer clear guidance on how to avoid major roadblocks, grow and become profitable.  They will show you how to make and execute a plan and will shepherd you every step of the way.  Whether you are starting out or have an established operation, Cathi and Jill provide all the information you will need in order to create and run a successful business. A Business Roadmap for Professional Photo Organizers is an ideal reference book for anyone looking to join the photo management industry. 

MEET THE AUTHORS

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CATHI NELSON

Cathi Nelson is the CEO and founder of The Photo Managers. For over two decades, she has supported people in building thriving photo organizing businesses to help families all over the world preserve and share their stories. When she is not immersed in how to create a “big tent” to provide more training and resources for the growing professional organizing community, she is enjoying life as an empty nester. Even though her kids are grown, Cathi and her husband have a full house with their two dogs, Wiley and Ollie, and their cat Apollo (who often thinks he’s a dog) who make a joyful addition to their home. Cathi loves to plan travel adventures for family and friends to places like Machu Picchu or Alaska. The incredible memories they have made and the numerous shared photos throughout the years have kept her passion for storytelling alive.

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JILL B. YESKO

Jill Yesko was a mental health case manager, who became an HR Director, who became a Professional Photo Organizer. Jill has taken great, leaping chances, and run into adversity and new ways to grow and expand her business, with unmitigated passion and confidence in her mission to help others. Professionally, she is a businesswoman with no business degree. Fierce and brave, Jill acknowledges that she has “failed at almost everything I have done, in some way or another, and because I learned from my experience, I have had great successes along the way.” Through all her mistakes and derailments she learned how to better manage her business, projects, and money. Personally, Jill is a mom, a fiancée, a loyal friend to many, a surfer, a snowboarder and a fervent writer.