Whistleblower Aid is honored to receive the Clarence B. Jones Impact Award and to join a growing legacy of mission-driven organizations driving social change and justice in our country. This award recognizes the courage, sacrifice, and impact of public interest whistleblowers who are vital in protecting our democracy and rule of law.
We have had the privilege to protect and amplify the revelations our clients bring forward and to see first-hand how their bravery has shaken institutions and governments leading to monumental changes in policy and public attitudes.
Through our strategic communications work, we make the truth impossible to ignore, give voice to people of conscience, and ultimately help to create a more just world.
-Libby Liu, CEO
Whistleblower Aid’s Libby Liu and Naomi Seligman recently delivered a case study keynote on their award-winning work at ComNet23 Atlanta.
“Knowing that my family and I had Whistleblower Aid on our side helped us navigate a very stressful, complicated, and important process.”
-Peiter “Mudge” Zatko, cybersecurity expert and Twitter whistleblower
Report Government & Corporate Lawbreaking. Without Breaking The Law.
Featured Case Study
“How We Helped Tell The Real Story About Hate and Violence on Social Media”
Frances Haugen, a member of Facebook’s Civic Integrity team, became front page news around the world in 2021 when she showed how the company was misrepresenting its progress on containing the spread of hate, violence, and psychological damage to teenage girls exposed to unrealistic expectations about their bodies. Whistleblower Aid helped Haugen disclose thousands of internal company documents and helped organize hearings in Congress and other national legislatures.
On the media side, our team managed the exclusive public launch of this case with the Wall Street Journal and 60 Minutes which generated a torrent
Chief Executive Officer
Libby Liu is an internationally renowned expert on human rights, press freedom, information operations and internet freedom who joined Whistleblower Aid as chief executive officer in April 2021.
Prior to joining Whistleblower Aid, Ms. Liu created the Open Technology Fund (OTF), where she spearheaded efforts to support tools that circumvent censorship and surveillance and advance free speech worldwide. Today, more than 2 billion people use OTF-supported technologies every day, including Signal, TOR and Wireguard.
Ms. Liu was compelled to create OTF to protect the digital lives of individuals while serving as president of Radio Free Asia (RFA), a non-profit media company that provides uncensored objective news and information otherwise unavailable to
New York Times: How to Be a Whistle-Blower
Featured Team Member
Andrew P. Bakaj, Esq.
Signe Swenson on Exposing MIT Media Lab
“Whistleblower Aid helped me understand the risks I was taking upon myself and really navigate what feels like total chaos”
-Signe Swenson on exposing MIT Media Lab for concealing Epstein’s contributions.