Life is a series of phases that often move us from one place to another. Starting a family. Taking a new job. Retiring. Beginning a new adventure as empty nesters. With these transitions comes excitement, and sometimes, apprehension. But there’s no reason to tackle it alone. It’s why we’ve built our business around helping people on the move, whether it’s across the street or across an ocean. Let’s Move brings peace of mind to the moving process by meticulously managing every single detail of your relocation. As your personal move concierge, we take the work out of relocating, so you can relax and focus on the journey ahead.
Our clients aren’t the only ones taking notice of our value. We’re privileged to be featured in The Wall Street Journal and TD Ameritrade as leading experts and trusted resources in move management and concierge services. Both articles highlight the growing demand and importance of the work we do, as more and more people rely on move management experts to guide them through transitions big and small. We’re thrilled to be at the forefront of this booming industry.
Let’s Move was founded by Kimberly McMahon and Allison Pihl in 2003. Since then, we’ve helped hundreds of people on the move in dozens of life-stage transitions: coming home from college, the first apartment, building a new home, taking the plunge on that beach house, downsizing to a condo or townhouse, and transitioning to retirement or assisted-living. With team members in the Baltimore, Northern Virginia and DelMarVa areas, we’re proud to be able to help our clients, wherever life’s journey takes them.
We are proud members of the National Association of Senior Move Managers (NASMM), which focuses on assisting older adults and families with downsizing, relocating, and home modifications. Our affiliation with NASMM holds us to the highest industry standards. Our team of professionals are hand-picked to provide organization and move management. Through continuing education, we believe that the Let’s Move team is at the pinnacle of ethics, integrity and the sensitivity to make transitions comfortable and organized.
Kim McMahon created Let’s Move to help change the way Baltimore, Washington D.C. and DelMarVa-area residents approach life’s transitions, whether it’s moving, downsizing or aging in place. She believes that every transition should be handled with compassion, care and a meticulous attention to detail.
Kim enjoyed a successful career in team leadership, strategic planning and business development with AT&T and Lucent Technologies after attending Loyola University in Baltimore, Maryland to study for a Master of Business Administration.
Kim is a member of the National Association of Senior Move Managers, (NASMM) and served as its President from January 2011 to July 2013. She is a Certified Relocation and Transition Specialist (CERT) and a Certified Aging in Place Specialist. She is also an Accredited Staging Professional, certified by the International Home Staging Association.
Kim and her husband enthusiastically support the activities and interests of three children and are active members of their church. She makes sure to “move” every day by heading out for a long- distance run.
Allison believes that the success of Let’s Move depends on establishing real relationships with their clients. Their lifestyle, memories and treasures lay the foundation for how Let’s Move approaches each transition.
Before co-founding Let’s Move, Allison drove strategy, business processes and systems for Deloitte Consulting. Her vision was instrumental to the firm’s growth, and her strategy and training expertise have helped Let’s Move become the customer-service powerhouse it is today.
Allison received her Bachelor’s Degree from Stanford University and earned an MBA from the Darden Graduate School of Business Administration at the University of Virginia. She is a member of the National Association of Senior Move Managers (NASMM) and serves on the NASMM Accreditation Committee. She is a Certified Relocation and Transition Specialist (CERT).
Allison, her husband and two sons enjoy spending time outside, hiking, traveling and exploring the Baltimore-Washington D.C. area. She goes on frequent long-distance runs with her co-founder, keeping with the spirit of Let’s Move.
Our team is a seasoned group of professional organizers and senior move managers. No one among us is a stranger. We pride ourselves on the sense of community our team offers. We are a diverse group, offering many years of expertise that is apparent as we interface with our clients. Our team is very sensitive to your history and experiences in life.
With more than 30 years of experience in the Communications Field, Wanda Boucher is an Account Executive at Let’s Move who works to establish a strong rapport with clients in order to determine their individual needs.
Katie is responsible for generating new relationships with senior living communities who recognize both the unique relocation needs of their clients and the value of utilizing the expertise of Let’s Move.
As an account manager, Yvonne is responsible for meeting with the clients to design floor plans for their new space. With this type of planning, the clients can begin to visualize which of their belongings will fit in the next home.
Susan Mooney has been with Let’s Move since its inception. She has held positions in Office Management, Human Resources, Accounting and community support and development. In addition Susan developed a comprehensive Long Distance Program within the organization to assist clients with their moves in and out of state.
Debbie oversees the professional development of the Project Managers and acts as a liaison between Sales and the Project Managers. Debbie enjoys complex projects and works with Project Managers assigned to complex projects to ensure successful project completion. Debbie finds all of the clients fascinating and enjoys helping them start a new adventure in their lives.
Judy Fuller is a Project Manager at Let’s Move. She grew up in Pennsylvania and moved to Ellicott City 20 years ago. She and her husband have two children who are currently in college and she also recently adopted a Birman kitten. In her spare time, Judy enjoys swimming with the Columbia Master’s Swim Team, biking, and yoga.
Georgia Bertoni is the Sales Support Specialist at Let’s Move. She grew up on Long Island, NY and has lived in Ellicott City for the past ten years. She speaks, writes and reads fluently in Greek.
Brett Haas is a Client Support Specialist with Let's Move. He has lived in the Columbia/Laurel area his entire life. Brett is a recent grad of McDaniel College where he played football all four years. Brett enjoys spending time with family and friends, while staying as active as he can.
Sori Meredith is a Client Support Specialist with Let's Move. She has lived in Baltimore for over 40 years. Sori is fluent in Spanish and has a passion for Scouting for Food and volunteering at church. She lives in Ellicott City with her husband and son.
Susan has been with Let’s Move for 8 years. She grew up in South Carolina but has called Maryland home for almost 20 years. Susan and her husband have two children, two cats and one large golden retriever. In her spare time she volunteers at her church, loves to read and enjoys spending time at the beach.
Jessica is currently enrolled in college for computer programming. She moved to Columbia about 8 years ago and previously lived in Baltimore and Salisbury. During her free time Jessica likes to play with her two dogs, draw, read books, and she enjoys hiking.
Jewel is a Project Manager at Let’s Move LLC, with primary responsibility for contributing to the Care, Compassion and Quality that exemplifies the spirit of the Let’s Move philosophy.
Diane Vitiello is a Project Manager with Let’s Move. She grew up in Maryland and has lived in Howard County for the last 15 years. Currently, she lives near West Friendship with her husband and 2 children who keep her extremely busy.
Connie Iampieri is a Project Manager with Let’s Move, LLC. She was born and raised in the Baltimore area and currently lives in Ellicott City. She and her husband have two married daughters who live close by with their four grandchildren. She enjoys golfing, cooking, a good book, and spending time with family and friends.
Sandy Visco is a Project Manager with Let’s Move, LLC, and is originally from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. She moved to Virginia in 1988. She and her husband have four children and three dogs. She enjoys watching any sport that her children are playing and is an avid Pittsburgh Steeler fan.
Aggie Sterrett is a Project Manager at Let’s Move, LLC. She grew up on a dairy farm in the Shenandoah Valley in Virginia, but has lived in the Washington, D.C. area since coming to Maryland to attend American University. Aggie loves photography, travel, horseback riding, reading, and playing the flute and piccolo in a local band.
Theresa Cole and her husband have lived in the Columbia area for almost 30 years, but grew up in an Air Force family from the Midwest. She had a career in publishing services, but has recently been interested in services for the aging in our society.
Kathy Friedman is a Project Manager with Let’s Move. She grew up in rural western Pennsylvania and moved to Maryland to finish her education at the University of Maryland. She currently lives in College Park with her husband and enjoys movies, reading and listening and dancing to live music.
Mary Laforest is a Project Manager at Let's Move. She and her husband enjoy going to their son’s baseball games in Pennsylvania, gardening and spending time with extended family, who all live nearby. Mary joined Let’s Move after we moved her mother and she wanted to be a part of "such a meaningful purpose and a great group of individuals".
Scott Grady is a Project Manager with Let’s Move. He is proud to be a native Marylander, having grown up in northern Anne Arundel County. He and his wife Karen live in Olney, in Montgomery County, with their two youngest children (both in college). Scott and his wife also have two children living out of state and one brand new granddaughter. They love animals and have two cats and a dog.
Carole Jo is a Project Manager with Lets Move. She is married to Tim and has a beautiful daughter, Emma. She enjoys spending time with her two fabulous grandsons, Jack and Henry. She is a very creative person and enjoys making collages. She likes to combine parts of old salvaged items into unique functional pieces, which she uses to add character to her home.
I have lived in Maryland my whole life and in the Ellicott City area for over 25 years. My husband and I have two daughters and a cockapoo. My hobbies include quilting, reading, and cooking. I also enjoy musical theatre performances, spending time by the Magothy River, and visiting with family and friends.
Stacey loves working with our clients and is energized by complex projects. Stacey resides in Western Howard County with her husband, daughters and their dog, Dusty. Stacey is a huge Orioles fan and enjoys crocheting and needlepoint.
Dick worked in health care for about 30 years. He and his wife Janet and have two sons and a cairn Terrier named Tess. His youngest son is finishing his last semester in college. He enjoys traveling, the beach, tennis, church and spending time with family and friends.
Jim has spent the remainder of his career in sales and marketing. He is an avowed railroad buff and self-professed connoisseur of wine. An active church member, he looks forward to serving Let’s Move clients and team members with the same fervor.
Eleanor resides in Catonsville, MD with my husband, three daughters, our dog Phillip, and two cats, Pinky and Henry. She enjoys gardening, reading, history, camping, chickens, and spending time with my family and friends.
Stacey grew up in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and lived for many years in Southern California, where all three of her children were born. One of her favorite trips was traveling through Europe with her three kids to Germany, Austria, Switzerland, and Italy. Currently she lives in Loudoun County, Va and most of her freetime is spent delighting in the company of family and close friends.
Cathy grew up in Washington D. C. and Maryland and moved to the Laurel area 30 years ago. She enjoys spending time with her family, working in her flower beds and planning gatherings with family and friends. Cathy enjoys helping others and Let’s Move gives her the opportunity to use her talents along with her training to help others.
Erica comes to Let’s Move after a long career in television production where she worked on projects as varied as World War II to Native American communities. She loves a good story! Her 3 growing boys keep her busy at home, but she also loves to get out to garden, hike and rock climb. She’s also a very active scout leader for her sons’ Cub Scout Pack and Boy Scout Troop.
April was raised in New York, but has lived in Montgomery County for over 30 years. April has a membership and publications marketing background, teaches college English to online students, and volunteers as the secretary for the Wheaton Library Advisory Committee. April is married with a daughter in college. For fun she plays tennis, softball, bowls, is in a book club, and a ladies poker group.
Megan grew up in Bethesda, Maryland and went to the University of Maryland. She now lives in Northern Virginia with her husband and 4 children, two daughters and two sons. Megan has spent many years as a preschool teacher and high school coach. In her free time, Megan enjoys cooking gluten free food, reading a good book and spending time with her family.
Lauren grew up in Montgomery County, Maryland and currently lives in Brookeville, Maryland with her two cats, Pepper and Ezra. She is a certified Zumba instructor and loves all things related to body, mind and wellness. Lauren also works part time as an animal caregiver for Chelsea's Critter Care. Other passions include travel, theater, music, activism, and time with her family. She is excited to be a part of Let's Move and ready to help our clients on their next move!
In The Community
Our commitment to serving the Baltimore, Washington D.C. and DelMarVa areas means looking for opportunities to give back as often as we can. As we guide our clients through moving, reorganizing or downsizing, deciding what to keep and what not to keep is an important part of the process. Moving toward a simpler, more minimalist lifestyle means surrounding yourself with things that serve a purpose — and if it doesn’t serve a purpose in your life, chances are there’s someone in need who can benefit from it. We are fortunate to work with many generous clients who wish to donate useful, high-quality items. As their partner throughout this process, we are happy to help these items find a new home — the right home.
Onboarding & Training
When individuals and their families trust us to help them with an upcoming move or home organization project, we truly consider it a privilege — and it’s one we don’t take lightly. We feel a great sense of responsibility to exceed their expectations at every turn and create a one-of-a-kind client experience. It’s why we have invested in creating a comprehensive screening onboarding and training program that’s 100 percent unique to Let’s Move.