Chaos, run for cover. Confusion, clutter and disorder, your days are numbered: Annette’s her name, and organization’s her game.
Annette Pikaart grew up on a 250-acre 1800s farmstead in Ann Arbor, MI, where she learned responsibility, initiative and the value of hard work. She lost little time in applying those lessons and adding another—customer service—as a resident advisor in college, a coordinator of educational programs, an event planner for a caterer and as an office administrator for a marketing firm. Clearly, Annette comes well prepared and brings a steady hand to the helm of the Maestro office.
Annette says she likes to learn something new every day, and she loves uncovering unknown facts about people, health, nutrition and the human body. She loves organizing things and figuring out better solutions and processes to tame the chaos of everyday life. “I find it very fulfilling to help others streamline routines so they can focus on what’s important to them.” Hey, isn’t that the definition of servant leadership? Annette is happily married to Jeff Pikaart and values her relationship with God, her husband/family/friends and her job—in that order.
- Traveled across Europe to Russia and East Asia but hasn’t yet visited the West Coast of the U.S.
- Loves to play Euchre and believes it to be part of her family’s genes.
- Won a date with future husband with a gift of homemade raspberry peach jam.
All I Can Say by David Crowder Band on the album, All I Can Say