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Jim also led the establishment of the Deer Valley Music Festival as a Founder and the YMCA of Martha’s Vineyard as Co-Chairman of the Major Gifts Committee.
From 1999 to 2002, he served on the Management Committee of the Salt Lake Organizing Committee for the Winter Olympics of 2002 (SLOC).
Swartz Entrepreneurial Fellowship Program and the Swartz Leadership Scholarship.
He is Chairman of the Swartz Foundation and the Christian Center of Park City, Director Emeritus of the U. Ski and Snowboard Foundation (where he established the Borgen-Swartz Education Endowment), Trustee of the Sundance Institute and the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) and a member of the Board of Advisors of Tepper School of Business and Pacific Community Ventures.
Her decade long struggle with mercury poisoning and Lyme disease transformed her as an artist and as a citizen. Jane Goodall on a number of their environmental campaigns, Swartz also supports the vision and production of documentary films that seek to shed light on social and environmental injustice.
She now works from a place of impassioned reverence for the earth, and of fierce determination to inform and educate. Films touched by her include Academy Award-winners and nominees, as well as Sundance Film Festival award winners.
He is the recipient of a Merit Award from Carnegie Mellon University and an Honorary Doctorate Degree from the Western Governors University.
Together with his wife Susan, Jim also founded Impact Partners, a financing and advisory firm advancing independent cinema that addresses pressing social needs including Academy Award Winners Geralyn Dreyfous, Board Secretary Geralyn White Dreyfous began her career at the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University as a special assistant to Dean Graham Allison.
Swartz’s distinctive style has been recognized with solo exhibitions at the Kollegienkirche in Salzburg, Austria in 2014; the National Museum of Women in the Arts in Washington, D. in 2011; the Springville Museum of Art in Springville, Utah in 2010; and the Utah Museum of Fine Arts in Salt Lake City, Utah in 2008.
At the invitation of Alfred Taubman, philanthropist and real estate entrepreneur and Frank Stanton, founder of CBS, Geralyn began consulting privately on special philanthropic project initiatives in New York City in 1988.
For Stanton she served as a special liaison to The Center for Communications, a non-profit he and Thorton Bradshaw started to examine the policy and ethical implications generated by rapid technology changes in the communication industry.
In Utah, she is active on several boards including The Reebok Human Rights Foundation, Peter Gabriel’s Witness, the Utah Symphony/Opera Olympic Aid and the Moab Music Festival.
She is a founding member of the Social Venture Network and remains active connecting businesses and philanthropies to social causes.Swartz serves on the National Advisory Board of the National Museum of Women in the Arts, the Dean’s Council of the Harvard Divinity School, a member of Women Moving Millions, and is the cofounder of the charity-based Christian Center of Park City.