Helen Brunner

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Helen Brunner "directs the Media Democracy Fund. Helen served as program consultant to Albert A. List Foundation’s Freedom of Expression, Arts and Telecommunications Policy and Advocacy Programs from 1996-2004. In her capacity as Director of Foundation Services for Art Resources International, she has also advised Ford, Pew, Andy Warhol, Quixote, Women Donors Network, Leeway and other foundations in the areas of communications policy, independent media, freedom of expression, and the arts. She was Executive Director of the National Association of Artists Organizations from 1993-95, founded Art Resources International in 1985, was Director of Programs at the Washington Project for the Arts from 1982-85, and served as coordinator of the Visual Studies Workshop Research Center in Rochester, NY from 1975-82. She has served on numerous boards of directors, including the Progressive Technology Project, the National Association of Artists Organizations and the National Campaign for Freedom of Expression." [1]

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  1. Helen Brunner, New Organizing Retreat, accessed March 17, 2008.