Celeste E. Arduino Joins the Board of The Women's Caring Program
Celeste E. Arduino has been appointed to the board of The Women’s Caring Program, a nonprofit organization that provides financial support to children from low-income working families to provide quality childcare and early childhood education.
Founded in 1979 by Carol Walters, The Women’s Caring Program has raised more than $2 million since 1995 to allow needy families whose income exceeds the limit for state assistance access to quality childcare and early education.
Arduino is a member of Bodman’s Individual Clients and Tax Practice Groups. She advises clients on estate, gift, and income tax matters, and assists nonprofit and tax-exempt organizations in obtaining and maintaining exempt status, corporate governance, and general operational issues. She also focuses her practice on estate planning and business planning.
Arduino is listed as a 2012 “Top Lawyer” in Non Profit/Charities Law by DBusiness magazine. Before graduating magna cum laude from the Wayne State University Law School in 2007, she was assistant editor of the Wayne Law Review. She was also a Dean’s Scholar and received several academic awards, including the Gold Key Certificate, the Deloitte and Touche LLP Award, and the James K. Robinson Endowed Scholarship. Arduino earned her undergraduate degree from Bowling Green State University.