Senior Donor Relations Officer
csantiago [@] calfund [.] org | Ext. 281
Celina Santiago serves as a relationship manager, helping individual donors, corporations and families establish and realize their philanthropic goals while making meaningful impact in community.
Before joining CCF, Santiago served as the director of development for Sacred Heart High School and as the assistant director of development focused on major gifts at Whittier College. Prior to that, she worked as a member of successful political fundraising teams in Southern California for local and state candidates. Santiago has also worked to improve the lives of residents in the Downtown and Eastside neighborhoods of Los Angeles via her work for the Central City East Association and as a field representative for the 14th Council District.
Santiago holds her bachelor’s degree from Whittier College, is a graduate of the Southern California Leadership Network is currently completing coursework in the Chartered Advisor in Philanthropy® program of the American College of Financial Services.
Santiago is currently on the Board of Directors of LA Plaza de Cultura y Artes, the Los Angeles Advisors in Philanthropy and is a member of the Los Angeles Latino Giving Circle Network.