Announcing the 2016 Bob and Diane Fund Grantee

Into Oblivion

by Maja Daniels

 

“A very tender and well-observed look at an institutional setting. Smart, intellectual and still emotional.”

—Sarah Leen, Director of Photography, National Geographic Magazine


Our vision is a world where Alzheimer’s disease is cured and millions of people are spared the cruel and painful experience of losing a loved one to this awful disease.

As a daughter of Alzheimer’s, I believe that visual storytelling can be a powerful way to advocate for the increased public and private research and spending needed to find a cure.
— Gina Martin, founder, The Bob and Diane Fund
 
Bob and Diane Martin in 1958. Gina Martin with her parents in 2006. 

Bob and Diane Martin in 1958. Gina Martin with her parents in 2006. 

 

IN THEIR HONOR

I am personally funding this grant in honor of my parents. My hope is for people to understand that Alzheimer's is more than just memory loss and to recognize the heavy toll it takes on the caregiver and family. My parents taught me the importance of giving, and this is my gift to them.  


Board of Directors

  • Gina Martin, Founder and Executive Director, The Bob and Diane Fund
  • Sarah Leen, Director of Photography, National Geographic Magazine
  • Maura Mulvihill, Former Senior Vice President, National Geographic Creative
  • Chip Somodevilla, Senior Photographer, Getty Images News

Advisory Board

  • Vincent J. Musi, Photographer
  • Christina M. Piaia, Public Interest Attorney
  • Donald Weber, Photographer
  • Patrick Witty, Deputy Director of Photography, Digital, National Geographic

 

 

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