Lisa Krohn

Lisa has devoted her career to organizing and producing various aspects of people’s lives. She is a creative problem solver, a detail-oriented and imaginative project manager with the ability to establish order out of chaos. Lisa has a track record of success in achieving client goals with legendary entrepreneurs and executives. Lisa’s integrity, discretion and grace under pressure are renowned.

Lisa Krohn is a leading personal assistant and personal organizer. She is a former Hollywood archivist, event planner, manager of a preeminent European antiquities gallery and an executive/personal assistant to entertainment executives and entrepreneurs on both coasts.  

Most recently Lisa assisted the founder of Sullivan Street Bakery Jim Lahey and Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales. Prior, she was the personal executive assistant to Martha Stewart, Peter Guber, Steve Tisch, Wendy Finerman, Dawn Steel, Simpson-Bruckheimer and to the general counsel of USA Networks.

The Wall Street Journal wrote a feature story on Lisa, focusing on her personal organizing business.  Quest Magazine has recognized Lisa as a premier personal organizer.  In Hollywood, Lisa spent four years creating and producing Columbia Pictures Archival Department.

Back on the east coast Lisa was the manager of Phoenix Ancient Art and co-produced Harry Evan's celebrated book parties and events at Random House.

Lisa is affiliated with numerous five star hotels for special projects per the concierge and guest requests.