July 30th Is National Whistleblower Day

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Whistleblower Network News invites whistleblowers to publicly endorse the Campaign to Make National Whistleblower Day Permanent.

The campaign to make National Whistleblower Day permanent is organized by and for whistleblowers. If there is ever going to be real structural change, then it is going to come from us! At its core, making National Whistleblower Day permanent is about changing the culture around whistleblowers. Recognition from President Biden, and a mandate for federal agencies to make their employees aware of their rights to blow the whistle, will not serve as a silver bullet for all of the problems that whistleblowers face. It will, however, take us a step in the right direction toward our goal of elevating the heroism of whistleblowers.

Thank you for joining this movement and adding your name to our growing list of whistleblowers who support this effort! Sign up here and your name will be added!

Whistleblowers Leading the Campaign

Jane Turner

"We have to ensure that whistleblowers are able to speak without fear of retaliation or loss of career, and that necessitates a culture change. President Biden must send a powerful message concerning whistleblowers, whom he has already noted are critical in the fight against corruption and who are essential for national security. This can be done by making National Whistleblower Day permanent through a Presidential Directive. It is time for whistleblowers to receive the justice and recognition they deserve.”


FBI Whistleblower

National Whistleblower Day – Enron Whistleblower Sherron Watkins at the Podium

Sherron Watkins blew the whistle on financial fraud within Enron to the company's then-CEO. She went on to be labeled TIME magazine's person of the year alongside two other whistleblowers in 2002. Sherron continues to mentor other whistleblowers and advocate for better protections.


Enron Whistleblower

Frederic Whitehurst

Dr. Fred Whitehurst blew the whistle on misconduct within the FBI Crime Lab. His case exposed forensic fraud in the FBI crime lab and subjected it to outside oversight for the first time.


FBI Whistleblower

Bunnatine "Bunny" Greenhouse

Bunnatine “Bunny” Greenhouse served as the highest-ranking civilian-contracting official at the Army Corps of Engineers when she blew the whistle on a highly improper $7 billion no-bid contract to Halliburton for the repair of Iraqi oil fields following the 2003 invasion. Greenhouse’s disclosures resulted in major reforms prohibiting no-bid contracts.


Army Corps of Engineers Whistleblower

Dr. Aaron Westrick, a former research director for America’s largest body armor company, Second Chance Body Armor, blew the whistle on the production and sale of defective vests that were sold to police officers.


Law Enforcement Fraud Whistleblower


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