Director of Donor Relations
Celeste Anlauf comes to Para Los Niños with over a decade of fundraising experience. Previously, Celeste planned and launched St. Paul the Apostle’s $20 million capital campaign—the first comprehensive campaign in the School’s 75-year history. Celeste has extensive fundraising experience in education, having been Director of Development for Park Century School in Culver City and served as a development consultant for a variety of nonprofits, including California Special Olympics, The Arthritis Foundation and Heart of Los Angeles Youth.
A resident of Culver City, she is the President of the Board of the Culver City Cultural Affairs Foundation and serves on the Culver City Fiesta La Ballona Committee. She is a member of the Advisory Committee for the Antioch University Los Angeles
Non-Profit in Management Program. Celeste is also a Board Member at Trash for Teaching, a division of The Two Bit Circus Foundation.
A native of Chicago, Celeste holds a BA in Theatre Arts and English from Colorado Women’s College in Denver as well as a teaching credential in both disciplines. She holds a Master’s Degree in Organizational Management from Antioch University Los Angeles.