Evelynn Brown, Director of the Brown Center for Public Policy, talks about whistleblowers

07/25/13 Evelynn Brown with Mary Glenney
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Evelynn Brown is the founder and director of the Brown Center for Public Policy. The Brown Center is a cumulative think tank founded and supported by whistleblowers to garner and distribute information and give advice and support to whistleblowers throughout the country. Evelynn has a law degree and also holds a Masters degree in International Economic Relations. Evelynn spent the first 15 years of her career as the director and financial planner for homeless and abused children with a special interest in sex trafficking. She oversaw a budget of over 25 million dollars and in that capacity saw too many financial irregularities. Evelynn reported these irregularities and instead of seeing things tighten up and improved, experienced the "blow back" to whistleblowers. This experience and the continuing fraud led to a change in career direction. Evelynn now spends her efforts exposing the truths of whistleblowers and giving them aid and media exposure. For more information go to whistlewatch.org

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