Women Whistleblowers Campaign Exposes Fraud and Corruption

Women Whistleblowers
Women Whistleblowers

The Women Whistleblowers campaign is stated to be about women who have exposed wrongdoing in different organizations.

Among them – according to the campaign – are Enron whistleblower Sherron Watkins, JP Morgan Chase whistleblowers Alayne Fleischmann and Linda Almonte, and PG&E whistleblower Erin Brokovich.

These women challenged large corporations and agencies to bring about positive outcomes for the public. Women Whistleblowers seeks to help women expose fraud and wrongdoing within their organizations, including healthcare, the pharmaceutical industry, banking, and government administration.

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So many women are in ideal positions to observe and record fraud, such as bookkeepers and administrators, and are ready and willing to speak out to protect the public.

Currently, the Women Whistleblowers campaign is seeking a law firm partner willing to represent these women. “We hope to keep building momentum and help women expose fraud and corruption,” says Jessica Copen, senior writer. “With the right law firm partner, we can ensure these courageous women’s voices are heard and protected.”

A whistleblower is a person who takes risk and reveals illegal or unethical practice such as corruption in their own organization.

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