Donna Gruneich

Board Member

DONNA GRUNEICH is an investor and philanthropist focusing primarily on funding films that promote social change and the arts in general. Areas of interest include protecting the environment, women and girls issues, education, healthcare and social justice.

Individual film producing credits include Chasing Coral, Bad Kids, House of Z, House of Tomorrow, Night Comes On, and Oscar nominated Cartel Land. Donna and her husband, Kevin, are also members of Impact Partners which brings together philanthropists and filmmakers so that, together, they can create films that entertain audiences, enrich lives, and ignite lasting social change. Through IP, Donna has supported more than 30 films including Audrie and Daisy, Bend the Arc, Icarius, Dina, The Eagle Huntress, The Hunting Ground, Meet the Patels, The Reagan Years, and Unrest, along with Oscar nominated How to Survive a Plague and Oscar winners The Cove and Freeheld.

Donna is passionate about education and the arts. She is the past Chairman of the Board at Park City Academy and is a founding trustee of the Park City Day School Board. The bulk of her work on both boards centered on long-term sustainability, strategic planning, finance and governance. She is a past board member of the Park City Institute and is an Emeritus member and past Chairman of the Sundance Institute’s Utah Advisory Board.