With more than 10 years of experience in the nonprofit sector, as well as extensive experience in sales and marketing in the for-profit sector, Mercedes Arensberg has led multiple fundraising campaigns for organizations such as The Black Rock Art Center in Bridgeport, CT and the Center for Creative Education in West Palm Beach, Florida. Ms. Arensberg’ s track record is one of great success contributing to the growth and financial health of these organizations, as well as reaching top performer status in her sales and marketing roles. Having taught art to children and youth both in the classroom and outside, Ms. Arensberg has great passion for the mission and culture of Unicorn Children’s Foundation.
She earned her undergraduate degree in Visual Arts at Columbia University in the City of New York and her Master’s degree in Art History at the Instituto de Estudios Superiores de San Carlos in Buenos, Aires Argentina.
Ms. Arensberg grew up in the Diplomatic circle due to her father’s work, bringing an international worldview and diverse background to our team. Her mother was from Havana Cuba and she has lived in several countries. She is fluent in five languages and is familiar with the Palm Beach County area.
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