, Hawley E. Stark retired from the board of trustees in 1973, and Frederick K. Cox became the foundation's president. Zu einem gewissen Grad tragen die Medien die Mitschuld daran, dass die Reputation einiger Menschen beschädigt wurde.“, Im Januar 2019 feierte die Verfilmung von Guns Aktivitäten unter dem Namen Official Secrets im Rahmen des Sundance Film Festivals ihre Premiere. Glenn, Brandon.
, Frederick K. Cox died in 1994, and Geoffrey Gund became president. , Inzwischen ist Gun mit ihrem Ehemann und ihrer Tochter in die Türkei ausgewandert..  Gund became a major stockholder in Kellogg's, and invested in banking, insurance, and real estate. Februar 2004 nach einer nur halbstündigen Verhandlung eingestellt, weil die Anklagebehörde keinerlei Beweismaterial vorlegte.  After she was acquitted in 2004, she found it difficult to find a new job. Koza's email requested aid in a secret operation to bug the United Nations offices of six nations: Angola, Bulgaria, Cameroon, Chile, Guinea, and Pakistan. Born to Fly: Elizabeth Streb vs. The fund had distributed $722 million in grants during its history, $584 million of which came during Geoffrey Gund's tenure as president.
The Foundation's focus is centered in Greater Cleveland, though a portion of the Foundation's grantmaking supports state and national policy making that bolsters its work locally. Combined with the recession that began in 2001, the foundation's endowment had shrunk slightly to $425 million ($604 million in 2019 dollars). Catherine Gund (born Catherine Gund Saalfield; 1965) is an Australian-born American producer, director, writer, and activist who founded Aubin Pictures in 1996.  With assets worth $486.9 million ($496 million in 2019 dollars) as of 2018, the George Gund Foundation was Cleveland's second-largest foundation, behind The Cleveland Foundation,.  On the day of the court hearing, Gun said, "I'm just baffled in the 21st century we as human beings are still dropping bombs on each other as a means to resolve issues. Born to Fly: Elizabeth Streb vs. , In the 1990s, the Gund Foundation gave $15 million ($24.5 million in 2019 dollars) to the Great Lakes Science Center to help construct its building.  Together with journalist Peter Beaumont, Gun advised and consulted over the years it took to make the film and they are "very happy with the result.”, British linguist, translator and whistleblower, This article is about the British whistleblower. During this time, she also became involved with Paper Tiger Television, a collectively produced weekly public access show, and contributed to shows from 1987-1989. Her media work focuses on strategic and sustainable social transformation, arts and culture, HIV/AIDS and reproductive health, and the environment. Six Gund family members were on the board of trustees, including newly appointed trustee Zachary Gund (Gordon's son). ", "US plan to bug Security Council: the text", "Leaking or briefing? " Gun spent a night in police custody, and eight months later was charged with breaking the Official Secrets Act.  The foundation made $45 million in grants from 1970 to 1981, and another $50 million in grants from 1982 to 1988.
, In 1969, the foundation hired its first full-time staff person. , In November 2019, Geoffrey Gund retired as president of the George Gund Foundation.
The Foundation only makes grants to 501(c)(3) organizations and to qualified government units and agencies.
During Lipscomb's tenure, the foundation trustees began re-examining the foundation's focus and decided to widen its focus to include civic, cultural, social, economic, and environmental needs. Your email address will not be published.
Gun planned to plead "not guilty", saying in her defence that she acted to prevent imminent loss of life in a war she considered illegal. Catherine Tate is one of the nation's best loved comedians.
, Bergholz retired at the end of 2002, and was succeeded by David Abbott, president of University Circle Inc.[g] Abbott, a former Cuyahoga County administrator, worked closely with the Gund Foundation as executive director of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and as executive director of the Cleveland Bicentennial Commission. Speculation was rife in the media that the prosecution service had bowed to political pressure to drop the case so that any such documents would remain secret. [b] The bulk of his estate went to the George Gund Foundation.  Henry C. Doll served as Acting Executive Director from Lipscomb's death until August 1988.
 The plan might have contravened Articles 22 and 27 of the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations, which regulates global diplomacy. Ron Athey: A Story of Deliverance, Documentary producer - as Catherine Saalfield, TV Series documentary archival cinematographer - 1 episode, ReelWomenDirect Award for Excellence in Directing by a Woman, Nesnady and Schwartz Documentary Competition, Center for Documentary Studies Filmmaker Award.
 President Woodrow Wilson signed the Food and Fuel Control Act into law on August 10, 1917, which banned the manufacture of retail liquor and beer for the duration of the emergency created by World War I. She has a younger brother who teaches in Taiwan. ", Gun's regular job at GCHQ in Cheltenham was to translate Mandarin Chinese into English. “Gund Foundation awards grants.” Crain’s Cleveland Business.
November 2019 u. a.: Anders als zum Beispiel Edward Snowden in den USA drohen Katharine Gun in ihrer Heimat aber keine juristischen Konsequenzen mehr. Gund currently serves on boards of several organizations including Art for Justice, Art Matters, Bard Early Colleges, Osa Conservation, and The George Gund Foundation.  The film also won best documentary awards at Hamptons International Film Festival.  Unable to make beer, in May 1919 Gund purchased all 15,000 shares of the American subsidiary of the German company Kaffee HAG, which had developed a process for manufacturing instant decaffeinated coffee. Ich bin immer nur meinem Gewissen gefolgt.“, Sie erhielt breite öffentliche Unterstützung durch einzelne Personen wie Whistleblower Daniel Ellsberg, Bürgerrechtler Jesse Jackson, Schauspieler Sean Penn sowie von Organisationen wie dem Institute for Public Accuracy und dem National Council for Civil Liberties.. [c], George Gund II's death left the foundation in the hands of four trustees: His 27-year-old son, Gordon Gund; George F. Karch, chairman of the Cleveland Trust Company; Frederick K. Cox, vice chairman of the Cleveland Trust Company; and Hawley E. Stark, corporate legal counsel for the Cleveland Trust Company. Im Jahr 2003 trat sie als Whistleblowerin mit streng geheimen Unterlagen zu illegalen Aktivitäten während des Irakkrieges (auch Dritter Golfkrieg oder Zweiter Irakkrieg) im gleichen Jahr an die Öffentlichkeit. Choose an adventure below and discover your next favorite movie or TV show. Gund's productions under her film production company include "Dispatches from Cleveland” about how communities in Cleveland united to fight for justice in the face of police violence after the death of Tamir Rice; Chavela  about the life and legend of lesbian Mexican ranchera chanteuse Chavela Vargas; Emmy-nominated 'BORN TO FLY: Elizabeth Streb vs. , In 1990, the George Gund Foundation had assets of about $303.5 million ($594 million in 2019 dollars), and donated just over $11.9 million ($23.5 million in 2019 dollars) in grants that year alone. A New Film Tells Her Story, 15 Years Later: How U.K. Whistleblower Katharine Gun Risked Everything to Leak a Damning Iraq War Memo, Links to news stories (2003–2006) about Katharine Gun, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Katharine_Gun&oldid=986313637, Short description is different from Wikidata, Articles containing potentially dated statements from 2020, All articles containing potentially dated statements, Articles containing potentially dated statements from 2019, Wikipedia articles with WORLDCATID identifiers, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 31 October 2020, at 02:26. He was succeeded as acting director in September 1988 by Richard M.  Geoffrey Gund joined the board in 1976. He was named a director of the bank in 1937, its president in 1941, and chairman of the board in 1962. In 2000 she produced On Hostile Ground, a documentary about three abortion providers working in the USA, in places where providers are scarce and abortion is avoided by most medical schools, hospitals and doctors, broadcast on the Sundance Channel;.