About Potomac Concierge

Potomac Concierge was founded in 2005 by two women who realized that the demands of a career, family, and personal needs can be overwhelming.

With their staff of specialists, they enjoy helping others find a balance in their lives.

AIDA MIDDEL
I’ve always enjoyed helping people. From helping out at the library as a school kid, to supporting my community to managing my sons’ sport teams — I’ve been volunteering for as long as I can remember.
Lending a hand has always been a part of who I am. I love to problem-solve, and have a knack for anticipating people’s needs and finding creative ways to help, ways that really make a difference.
Reading fuels me, and brainstorming new ideas and learning new things keeps me engaged. I fundamentally believe that when I am not learning new things, I will stop doing great and useful things — so I’m committed to lifelong learning.
Math, accounting and numbers have always been a passion … I enjoyed working as an accountant, and creating financial order for corporations, but it was never as satisfying as helping somebody out of a hard spot or brightening their day in small and meaningful ways.

Why did you create your business?
I’m here for the same reason everyone is here at Potomac Concierge — to make a positive impact (or real impact) in the lives of the busy people we serve. The work we do enables our clients to do more of the things they truly care about — whether at home or at the office. Our mission is to deliver value by freeing up more precious time for each of our clients — so they can enjoy more of their life, which they tell us is truly invaluable! Whether they are going through a major event like a move, or they need someone at home to meet the cable person, or they need to get the piles in their garage under control — we love to help.

We’re a special company dedicated to helping others, and we are so proud to be a part of Potomac Concierge.

LIBBY KINKEAD
I have always been fascinated by people and how we are all connected to each other. My background in living overseas, a degree in psychology and business management brings a unique skill set and knowledge to Potomac Concierge. I have long considered myself a “people person” – I am fascinated by people, their stories, their experiences, and the connections we share. I find you can learn something from just about everyone, everyone has something to offer, and that no matter what life throws at you, it is generally other people who help you through it. We are are in this together and I believe it is our human duty to help one another. Thus, I treasure being part of a business that helps people. I enjoy the process of tackling challenges and providing organization, structure and direction to both personal and business projects.

Why did you create your business?
We are all here for the same reason – to make a real difference in busy people’s lives. To make a difference in other’s lives is an honor. The work we do empowers our clients to do more of what they care about at home or the office. We’re changing the way people live by providing exceptional personal assistant services, organization services and turnkey move management. We create value by freeing up time for clients to enjoy life, which is truly invaluable! We’re a company dedicated to helping others, and that’s a very special thing to be a part of.

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Together, they bring a wealth of experience to provide individual and corporate services to juggle family, career and personal life.

A 10-minute phone call could change your life!

(240) 200-4824

COMPANY INFORMATION

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Potomac Concierge Awarded Best of Bethesda 2013, 2014 & 2015

OUR ACCREDITATIONS

Potomac Concierge LLC was selected for the 2013 & 2014 United States Excellence Award among its peers and competitors by the US Trade & Commerce Institute (USTCI).