Tuesday, June 30th, 10:30am ET
Rockville MD: JCC of Greater Washington

Speaker: Melvin Goodman, PhD, Retired CIA and State Department Analyst, Author

The whistleblower is essential to congressional oversight, investigative journalism, and the public's awareness of important national and international security issues. Mel Goodman will address his own experiences as a whistleblower in testifying to the Senate intelligence committee in 1991 to block the confirmation of Robert Gates as Director of Central Intelligence. He will also discuss such whistleblowers as Edward Snowden, Chelsea Manning, the CIA whistleblower at the White House, and the recent case of Dr. Rick Bright at the Department of Health and Human Services. The lack of protection for whistleblowers in the intelligence community will also be assessed.

A Zoom link will be provided to registrants the day before the event. Cost is $5

Questions? Contact Deborah Wilbur at dwilbur [ @] benderjccgw.org

Books related to this event:

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Whistleblower at the CIA
An Insider's Account of the Politics of Intelligence
Melvin A. Goodman
2017 Edition
Russia expert and former CIA analyst Mel Goodman tells the inside story of political corruption at the organization, and what he did to try to stop it.