Lauren Collette

Consultant

I stepped into the world of nonprofits because I believe mission-based work illustrates a profound truth—that by investing in one another we can strengthen our global community. I am honored to work with and contribute to organizations that strive to face real challenges, make an impact, and improve the world we live in.

Recent Clients Served


  • Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium 
  • Alaska Wilderness League
  • Classical KING FM 98.1
  • Environmental Defense Fund 
  • FareStart
  • Habitat for Humanity Portland/Metro East
  • Pacific Northwest Ballet 
  • Pierce College Foundation
  • Seattle Aquarium 
  • SR3 Sealife Response, Rehabilitation, and Research 
  • The Mountaineers 
  • The Overlake School 
  • University of Washington, Global Innovation Exchange 
  • Washington Environmental Council 
  • Woodland Park Zoo 

Areas of Expertise

Arts and Culture, Annual and Online Giving, Donor Relations and Stewardship

About Lauren Collette

Lauren brings more than five years of fundraising experience from Washington, DC to Campbell & Company. Through her passion for the arts and culture sector, Lauren has learned the value of building truly meaningful relationships with supporters and connecting them more deeply to an organization’s mission—the bedrock of fundraising. In her client work, she enjoys opportunities to:

  • Contribute her diverse fundraising experiences, keen sense of creative problem solving, and passion for public service to every project
  • Collaborate with clients, staff, and volunteers to develop dynamic strategies, open doors for new ideas and conversations, and build strong relationships with donors and leadership
  • Bring the highest level of support and professionalism to ensure client satisfaction

Prior to joining our firm, Lauren was a member of the development teams at two celebrated American institutions: The Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History and The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. As the American History Museum’s Manager of Annual Giving, Lauren built relationships with dedicated members of the Smithsonian Council for American History, launched the Museum’s annual giving program, managed online fundraising strategies, coordinated events, and assisted individual fundraising efforts. In her role at the Kennedy Center, Lauren assisted in the management of the National Symphony Orchestra’s Board of Directors and aided in the planning and implementation of fundraising events, including the Season Opening Ball. 

In addition to her professional experience, Lauren is a Board member at Seattle Works and a member of the Association of Fundraising Professionals, Northwest Washington chapter. Lauren also holds a Bachelors of Arts in Art History and Sociology from University of California, Davis.