About Celeste Ellich
Celeste Ellich has been serving as your BREC Vice-Chair since the end of 2015.
Prior to that she served one year as the BREC Secretary. The board liaison to the membership committee, which she worked on for two years before being elected. Generally works on at least one campaign per cycle. First ever was Ronald Reagan for president in Texas (1980).
After that Celeste enlisted in the US Navy. That brought her to Orlando for boot camp where she was appointed as the Master At Arms for her training company. First and only duty station was NAS Key West. She flew on Search and Rescue missions with the safety officer while waiting for training. Then attended Intelligence Specialist schooling and worked towards the Grenada Invasion (1983).
Celeste has lobbied on Capitol Hill for River Action Day and also in Tallahassee for Americans For Prosperity. Recognized for Leadership skills as president of several different organizations. Appointed as Forman to serve on a federal grand jury for two years. Involved with her church as a Women’s Guild member and lector and also works on their 5K race committee.
Getting back into uniform, Celeste is a new member of the American Legion Post 222’s Honor Guard, Color Guard, Firing Squad. Currently elected as the Second Vice Commander and serves on the state’s women’s issues committee. Veterans issues are very Important to her. She works with Concerned Veterans for America as a Strike Team Leader for Broward and has received an award for appreciation.
Celeste Ellich lives in Wilton Manors and knows all about the trials and tribulations of running in Broward for public office. This last campaign cycle she was seen going door to door for all Republican candidates although her own race was non partisan. A life long Republican that works for the good of the party above all else.