Catherine Gund

Catherine Gund co-founded the Third Wave Foundation.

An Emmy Award-nominated producer, director, writer and organizer, Catherine started the non-profit production company Aubin Pictures in 1996.

Her media work — which focuses on arts and culture, sexuality and gender, reproductive health and rights, and other social justice issues — has screened around the world in festivals, on PBS, Discovery Planet Green and the Sundance Channel, at community-based organizations, universities, and museums.

Her productions include What’s On Your Plate?; Motherland Afghanistan; A Touch of Greatness; Making Grace; On Hostile Ground; Object Lessons; Hallelujah! Ron Athey: A Story of Deliverance; When Democracy Works; Positive: Life with HIV; Sacred Lies, Civil Truths; Not Just Passing Through; Among Good Christian Peoples; and Keep Your Laws Off My Body; as well as work with the collectives DIVA TV (co-founder) and Paper Tiger Television.

She was the founding director of BENT TV, the video workshop at the Hetrick-Martin Institute for gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender youth.

She was on the founding boards of Iris House, The Sister Fund, The HIV Law Project, Reality Dance Company, and Working Films and currently serves on the boards of Art Matters, Green Team, Youth Race, and The George Gund Foundation.