Date(s) - 09/09/2019
9:30 am - 12:00 pm
Meeting Room C- Brookdale Library
How to Protect Your Photos Before Disaster Strikes
Beth Gibson Lilja
As we all know, disasters can happen at any time of year; storms, floods, fires, etc. Most people do not have a disaster plan in place. Now is a great time for a family to consider how to protect one of its most treasured assets – photo albums and digital images and files. Professional photo organizer and expert Beth Gibson Lilja will discuss the importance of having a plan in place before a disaster hits. Beth will educate the group on how to get started organizing and protecting these precious family memories.
Beth Gibson Lilja has specialized in professional organizing and training for over 20 years. Through her company, BGL & Associates, LLC – Professional Organizers, Beth brings order and peace of mind to people and groups with her leadership and organizational skills. Beth organizes home offices, photographs and events.
As an independent adviser with direct-sales photo preservation companies, Beth has helped hundreds of people preserve and showcase their histories. Beth also organizes and hosts countless photo preservation events and retreats throughout Minnesota. She is a certified Professional Photo Organizer by the Association of Personal Photo Organizers.
Her success has expanded to organizing home offices to save clients time and to simplify personal and professional lives. Her help makes your days run more smoothly. She is a member of the National Association of Productivity and Organizing Professionals (NAPO).
Beth has served as president of the Minnesota Business Women and in positions at local, state and national levels and continues to serve on that organization’s board of directors. She also serves on the board of directors for NAPO-Minnesota and is the organization’s treasurer. Her accomplishments place her in demand as a professional speaker and trainer as well. Beth’s Dare to DREAM and C.L.I.E.N.T training programs assist and inspire small businesses and individuals.
A graduate of St. Cloud State University, Beth lives in Golden Valley, Minnesota with her husband Patrick and their dog Caribbean (Cari).