The Latest News from KD SpaceLifts


KD in the News

December 4, 2012--The Capital Gazette Newspaper featured KD as one of their Business Newsmakers as a result of her recognition as a Certified Professional Organizer.


KD Durham Achieves Professional Certification

(November 26, 2012- Arnold, MD)-- Kathleen (KD) Durham, owner of KD SpaceLifts, has been recognized as a Certified Professional Organizer (CPO) after meeting stringent examination requirements.  There are only nine professional organizers in Maryland who have achieved this recognition.


“This certification has only been available since 2007,” Durham said.  “The process and structure of the CPO criteria raises industry standards and gives the public a point of reference when searching for a professional organizer.”  


The Board of Certification for Professional Organizers is a not-for-profit body whose mission is to advance the credibility and ethical standards of the professional organizing industry.  Applicants must have a minimum of 1500 hours of current industry experience before sitting for the CPO exam, which covers topics such as legal and ethical considerations, action plans, implementation and project management.  Recertification is required every three years.


KD SpaceLifts, headquartered in Arnold, MD, is a professional organizing service working with businesses, solopreneurs and individuals, pioneering the field of electronic organization and E-mobility.  KD is the vice president of the National Association of Professional Organizers Baltimore.  For more information, contact 410.804.0207, email or see the website at


Celebrate the Solopreneur




(Baltimore, MD, Oct. 2012) -- Kathleen Durham, owner of KD SpaceLifts, had a blog published by the National Association of Professional Organizers, Baltimore Chapter.  Her article, "Celebrate the Solopreneur," addresses the organizational needs of the independent workforce.  For the complete article, follow this link.


If you are a solo entrepreneur and would like more information on how KD SpaceLifts can help your business, contact 410.804.0207.


SpaceLifts in The Capital - June 12, 2012

"Spring Cleaning: Decluttering & Organizing your Digital Life"
KD Speaks to Public Relations Society of America
Thursday, April 26, 2012
Professional Organizer Kathleen Durham, founder and president of KD SpaceLifts, spoke to the monthly meeting of the Annapolis chapter of the Public Relations Society of America.  Her presentation and group discussion centered on tools that help commuicators stay organized in this fast-paced digital world. 
If you are interested in a presentation by KD SpaceLifts to your group or organization, contact Kathleen Durham at 410.804.0207 or


SpaceLifts in the Community: Soles 4 Souls
(March 2012)-- Kathleen Durham, owner & president of KD SpaceLifts, joined fellow members of the National Association of Professional Organizers (Baltimore Chapter) for a workday with Soles 4 Souls, a charity that collects new shoes from footwear companies and individuals to distribute to people in need.  If you'd like to find out how you can help, see the Soles 4 Souls website
KD leads workshop on Evernote
March 8, 2012 - Catonsville Public Library -- Kathleen "KD" Durham, owner of KD SpaceLifts and member of the National Association of Professional Organizers, conducted a training demonstration on Evernote, a technology resource that moves users from paper to electronic organization. If you are interested in learning more on this trending resource, contact KD at


Shred Event Yields 4 Tons of Destroyed Documents

Free event draws over 100 participants


February 4, 2012- Arnold, MD --Over 100 people bringing boxes, bins and bags of documents tallied 4 tons of recyclable shredded paper at a free shredding event sponsored by KD SpaceLifts, a professional organizing service in Arnold.


Saturday’s Shred-A-Thon, held on Broadwater Road in Arnold, was the first time SpaceLifts had sponsored a shredding event.  While document shredding can protect private information from identity theft, it also clears a path for better organization.


"Everyone I spoke with was so relieved to be rid of the paper clutter,” said owner Kathleen “KD” Durham. “Piles of old documents can become a real physical and mental block.”


Document destruction was provided by The Shred Mill, an Anne Arundel County-based business. Owner Peggy Rogers said the shredding process from this event took 6 hours.


“This was the largest, most successful shred event we’ve done in our four years of operation.” 


At Saturday’s event, documents could be left for shredding or participants could wait in line to witness their material being destroyed.


Pete Regala of Arnold was one of many participants hauling boxes of old business documents in need of disposal. He and son Peter emptied their papers into a bin beside the Shred Mill truck housing an industrial shredding machine.  Rogers said participants typically bring financial papers, old school work and personal correspondence.   


The Shred-A-Thon success had SpaceLifts owner looking into the future. 


“We met so many wonderful people,” KD said. “I am thrilled with the response and will definitely sponsor this type of event again."

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