Adrienne D. Capps

Adrienne D. Capps joined the Napa Valley Community Foundation as its first Vice President of Development in September 2016. In this role, she works with Terence in asset development, including working with individuals, corporations, private foundations and professional wealth and legal advisors across Napa County.

Since 1998, Adrienne has raised more than $30 million for a variety of causes, including at-risk youth, mental health, and higher education in Virginia, New York, and California. Prior to joining Napa Valley Community Foundation, Adrienne’s positions have included: Head of fundraising for Dyson College of Arts & Sciences at Pace University in New York City; and, Acting Director of Development at the NYU School of Medicine Child Study Center.  Most recently, Adrienne spent nearly seven years at University of California, Davis, first as Senior Director of Development for the Graduate School of Management, then as Assistant Dean for Development and External Relations at the School of Education.

Adrienne is a native of New Jersey, where her passion for food and wine recently led her to seek (and pass!) the first level sommelier from the Court of Master Sommeliers. She also holds an associate’s degree in culinary arts from the Culinary Institute of America-Greystone, bachelor’s degrees in business administration and leadership studies from the University of Richmond, a Certificate in Fundraising Administration from New York University and a master’s in business administration in financial management from Pace University.

 
 
 

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