Wendy is the founder of SpeakOut SpeakUp Ltd, a storytelling consultancy and training company developed in 2012 which provides training, lectures and talks to move people towards Courageous Conversations. Prior to SpeakOut SpeakUp, Wendy worked in the accounting industry where she blew the whistle internally on malfeasance, committed by joint CEOs, but was met with purposeful obfuscation. Demonstrating courage and a willingness to endure the danger of being exposed, Wendy took a moral stand against bribery and corruption and blew the whistle externally. Her whistleblower case is now recognized as “South Africa’s Enron,” the biggest corporate scandal in South Africa’s history. Wendy is at the cutting edge of behavioural change, currently in collaboration with the University of East London‘s Virtual Reality Lab to develop Virtual Reality immersions for Courageous Conversations. Additionally, Wendy is a lecturer at Surrey University and Warwick Business School, is a contributing member of the UNCAC Coalition, the Corruption Research Group of the Surrey University and sits on the advisory board of the Whistleblowing Research Unit which runs the International Whistleblowing Research Network at Middlesex University in the United Kingdom.
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