Our Leadership

Peggy Shults, Co-Founder and PartnerPeggy Shults, Co-Founder and Partner, has more than 30 years of diverse leadership experience in organizations ranging from Fortune 500 companies to small startups. She holds a degree in Systems Engineering from the University of Arizona, and an MBA from Rockhurst University. A Kansas City native, Peggy has been a major contributor to the startup, growth and eventual sale of two family-owned small businesses and worked for most of the last decade in the corporate world.  Like so many others, she has juggled work and family responsibilities, including helping several older family members navigate the challenging task of leaving long-time homes for smaller, easier-to-maintain residences. With the formation of ResettleMe in 2016, she is translating her passion for helping older adults and applying her organizational leadership skills toward the delivery of high quality services that remove as much stress as possible from challenging household moves.  Peggy is a member of the National Association of Professional Organizers (NAPO).

Jennifer Wuebker, Co-Founder and PartnerJennifer Wuebker, Co-founder and Partner, started her career as a public school educator, teaching Language Arts to 7th graders. After obtaining her Master’s degree in Counseling, she helped students successfully navigate the academic and emotional challenges of middle school life. She left that world for greater family flexibility while her two daughters were young, working part-time for 14 years in the field of grant management. In that role, she built and maintained friendly and professional virtual relationships with more than a thousand scientists and academic researchers throughout the country, coordinating their participation in scientific peer review projects. With ResettleMe, Jennifer is excited to reapply her strong people skills to help older adults and their families work through the often complicated and emotional job of making a transitional move. Jennifer is a member of the National Association of Professional Organizers (NAPO).


Our Code of Ethics

ResettleMe is a member of the National Association of Senior Move Managers (NASMM).  In keeping with this alliance, ResettleMe, LLC operates in all business matters according to the following core principles:

Category 1 – The Client Relationship

Standard 1 – Advocacy and Loyalty

The client is the person in transition. We provide services and recommendations based on the needs and concerns of the person in transition.

Standard 2 – Promoting Self-Determination

We respect and encourage the client’s right to be in control and to make decisions.

Standard 3 – Right to Privacy

We do not disclose personal information about clients and reveal such information only with the client’s permission.

Standard 4 – Conflict of Interest

We seek to avoid conflicts of interest, and use best practices for reducing conflicts of interest when dual relationships are present.

Category 2 – Business Practices

Standard 5 – Integrity

We are honest in all business relationships, including those with clients, employers, colleagues and staff.

Standard 6 – Accountability

We are accountable to clients, employees and the general public.

Category 3 – Senior Move Management

Standard 7 – Continuing Education

We promote the competency and professionalism of ourselves and our colleagues through continuing education in working with older adults, professional organization practices, and the senior housing industry.