Biography of Gordon SondlandBy Kylie-Oct 10 2019
Quick Facts of Gordon Sondland
Celebrated name Gordon Sondland AgeBusinessman and philanthropist Birth State Sex Male Career Place Of Birth Seattle Washington Nationality American Ethnicity University of Washington Education Degree in B.A. Marital status The date of marriage 1994 A.D. Wife Katherine Durant Kids Net Worth Ambassador to the European Union $60 million Best Known for United States.
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What’s Gordon Sondland Famous for?
When was Gordon Sondland Born, and where?
Gordon Sondland was born in the United States of America in Seattle in 1957. Gordon D. Sondland is his birth name. He’s an American immigrant. Sondlans belongs to White and is Jewish. Sondland grew up in a normal family while his parents faced great struggles for the family’s survival. His father in the French Foreign Legion and British Army also fought against the Nazis. The family eventually moved to Uruguay, and then settled in Washington, Seattle.
Gordon Sondland Career
The Hotel Max Hotel Theodore Hotel Murano Hotel Lucia Heathman Hotel The Preston Hotel and Old No. 77 Hotel and Chandlery Hotel. Sondland is also the owner of Paramount Hotel in Seattle. During the 2016 presidential campaign, Sondland donated $1 million to Donald Trump’s inaugural committee to become its biggest donor. Sondland was announced later in 2018 as Ambassador of the United States to the European Union. As of 2018, Sondland has declared improving trade relations between the US and the EU a top priority. Sondland had been a transition team member for the administration of Oregon Democratic Governor Ted Kulongoski. Sondland also served as the White House liaison in Oregon. Sondland serves on the board of directors of a foundation called Oregon Health Science University. Sondland is also president of the executive committee of one of the oldest and largest art museums in the U.S.
at Portland Art MuseumThe foundation has donated millions of dollars to numerous non-profits including $10,000,000 to the Portland Art Museum and even set up a Distinguished Chair in Spine at the Scottish Rite Children’s Hospital in 2012.