Dana Gold is an attorney and currently serves as the Director of Education with the Government Accountability Project, the nation’s leading whistleblower protection and advocacy organization. In addition to having represented and/or worked with dozens of whistleblowers over the past 25 years, Dana is also a former Network Fellow with Harvard University’s Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics and the co-founder and former Director of the Center on Corporations, Law & Society at Seattle University School of Law. Dana has unique expertise and perspective as both a whistleblower advocate and corporate governance educator on the role whistleblowers play in promoting institutional accountability and democracy. In addition to scholarly articles, Dana has written OpEds for Slate and The Hill and has appeared on WNYC's On the Media, KUOW, and NowThis Politics.
WNYC: A Fragile Patchwork of Press Protections
On the Media [8/11/17]
Whistleblowers in the Trump Administration
NowThis Politics [8/8/17]
Blowing the Whistle on the Trump Administration’s Attempt to Ignore Climate Change
James Comey Is Not a Leaker. He is a whistleblower.
Obama should pardon Snowden as well as Manning
The Hill [1/8/17]
Corporate Heroism-The Whistleblower
Real Time Speakers Series podcast [11/17/16]
Snowden, Institutional Corruption & the ‘Vilified Whistleblower
Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics Research Lab Blog [10/17/14]