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WSF connects whistleblowers with experts in law, social services, career counseling and media relations. The whistleblower's welfare is our first priority.

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Whistleblowers, journalists, educators and others can learn about whistleblowing through the articles, videos and documents preserved in the online International Whistleblower Archive.

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(Coming soon.) WSF's own social network will offer private discussion forums and peer support.

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About WSF

The Whistleblower Support Fund is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization founded by Donald Ray Soeken, Ph.D.

Dr. Soeken is the author of "Don't Kill the Messenger!" (2015), a book drawn from 35 years of counseling whistleblowers. His clients have won more than 100 million dollars in court awards and settlements, and his work has been featured in major publications--the New York Times, Washington Post, The Guardian (U.K.), Psychology Today, and Business Ethics Magazine, to name a few.  

Dr. Soeken is a licensed certified social worker (LCSW), a Diplomat of the National Association of Social Workers, and a retired Captain in the US Public Health Service.



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