Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.
Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.’s reputation as a resolute defender of the environment stems from a litany of successful legal actions. Mr. Kennedy was named one of Time magazine’s “Heroes for the Planet” for his success helping Riverkeeper lead the fight to restore the Hudson River. The group’s achievement helped spawn 300 Waterkeeper organizations across the globe. The New York City watershed agreement, which he negotiated on behalf of environmentalists and New York City watershed consumers, is regarded as an international model in stakeholder consensus negotiations and sustainable development. Among Mr. Kennedy’s published books is the New York Times’ bestseller Crimes Against Nature. His articles have appeared in The New York Times, Washington Post, Los Angeles Times, The Wall Street Journal, Newsweek, Rolling Stone, Atlantic Monthly, Esquire, The Nation, Outside Magazine, The Village Voice, and many other publications. His award-winning articles have been included in anthologies of America’s Best Crime Writing, Best Political Writing and Best Science Writing. Mr. Kennedy is a graduate of Harvard University. He studied at the London School of Economics and received his law degree from the University of Virginia Law School. Following graduation he attended Pace University School of Law, where he was awarded a Masters Degree in Environmental Law.
Joy M. Fritz
Joy Fritz is a wife, mother, and death certificate clerk in Southern California. Having studied philosophy, theology, and logic at Thomas Aquinas College, she cultivated the value of critical thinking through balanced and charitable discussion using only direct source information. In recent years, she has become fascinated and passionate about discovering where our facts and statistics come from; this in turn has led her to an interest in researching, analyzing and writing about how these ideas influence our beliefs and actions.
Alison Fujito is a violinist with the Pittsburgh Symphony and a member of the Pennsylvania Coalition for Informed Consent.
James Grundvig is an author, investigative journalist, and COO and founder of a blockchain startup Myntum Ltd., based in Dublin, Ireland. As an author, his debut book Master Manipulator: The Explosive True Story of Fraud and Embezzlement at the CDC, breaks open the Poul Thorsen circle of corruption.
Jeremy R. Hammond
Jeremy R. Hammond is an independent journalist, author, publisher and editor of Foreign Policy Journal, and father. Jeremy challenges narrow-minded mainstream narratives that serve to manufacture consent for abusive government policies. His writings expose government and media propaganda and broaden the scope of the discussion on critically important issues. Follow his work and subscribe to his free newsletter at JeremyRHammond.com.
When Stanford alumni JB Handley, a leader in the private equity sector, and wife Lisa Handley discovered their son had autism, they didn’t settle for the dead-end diagnosis. Instead, they researched the most effective treatment options available to help their son. Along their journey, the couple founded Generation Rescue to offer hope with actionable treatment solutions for families. JB is also on the board of World Mercury Project.
Brian S. Hooker, PhD, PE, is an Associate Professor of Biology at Simpson University in Redding California where he specializes in microbiology and biotechnology. He also teaches chemistry at Shasta College. Brian dedicated over 15 years as a bioengineer and the team leader for the High Throughput Biology Team and Operations Manager of the DOE Genomics: Genomes to Life (GTL) Center for Molecular and Cellular Systems at the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL). Dr. Hooker also managed applied plant and fungal molecular biology research projects at the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, where systems biology researchers are focused on understanding gene and protein networks involved in individual cell signaling, communication between cells in communities, and cellular metabolic pathways. Dr. Hooker also served as Research Director for the plant biotechnology company, PhytaGenics. In 1985, Dr. Hooker earned his Bachelor of Science degree in chemical engineering, from California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, California. He earned his Masters of Science degree in 1988 and his doctorate in 1990, both in biochemical engineering, from Washington State University, in Pullman, Washington. Brian Hooker has many accomplishments to his credit including: co-inventor for five patents, recipient of the Battelle Entrepreneurial Award in 2001, and a Federal Laboratory Consortium Recognition Award in 1999, for his work on “Reactive Transport in 3-Dimensions.” The breadth of Hooker’s over 60 science and engineering papers have been published in internationally recognized, peer reviewed journals. Dr. Hooker has been active in the autism community since 2001 and has a 19 year old son with autism. He currently serves on the board of trustees for Focus for Health. In 2013 and 2014, Dr. Hooker worked with the CDC Whistleblower, Dr. William Thompson, to expose fraud and corruption within vaccine safety research in the CDC which led to the release of over 10,000 pages of documents.
Deirdre Imus is a New York Times bestselling author.
Amanda Just, MS, is the Program Director of the International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology (IAOMT). In this role, she manages professional, public, regulatory, and scientific outreach efforts related to the biocompatibility of dental products, including the risks of mercury fillings. Additionally, Ms. Just is a freelance writer who has been researching the harmful impacts of toxic chemical exposures on public health for over a decade. Her writings about the impact of dental mercury amalgam fillings have been shared with the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), the U.S. Department of State, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), and various NGOs. Ms. Just’s work has also appeared in an array of publications. Notably, she co-authored a chapter about the health risks of dental mercury that was recently published in a Springer textbook about epigenetics. She holds a Master of Science in Education from the University of New Haven and a Bachelor of Arts in History from the College of William and Mary.
Kathleen Kennedy is a 25-year veteran of local, national and international television news. After a successful career in local markets, Kennedy joined Turner Broadcasting in 1992 to co-anchor its primetime newscast, The World Today on CNN. Through her career, Kennedy served as a news anchor for CNN’s sister networks Headline News and CNN International, seen in more than 200 countries around the world. Kennedy is married to attorney and entrepreneur Joe Ferguson. The couple resides in Atlanta, Georgia with their three children.
James Lyons-Weiler, PhD is the author of several books, including Ebola: An Evolving Story, Cures vs. Profits: Successes in Translational Research, and The Environmental and Genetic Causes of Autism. He is the CEO and Director of IPAK, The Institute for Pure and Applied Knowledge, a notfor-profit pure public charity research institute focused on the reduction of human pain and suffering.
Sheri A. Marino
Sheri is a pediatric speech and language pathologist with over 25 years of clinical experience specializing in autism. As the Director of Pediatric Health Initiatives for the Focus for Health Foundation, Sheri contributes her clinical expertise authoring articles on autism and other chronic health issues and also manages the pediatric health grantees. Sheri’s professional experiences help guide the Foundation’s mission addressing chronic health issues related to environmental causes. Sheri also serves as the Executive Director of The Autism Think Tank, NJ, a non-profit organization which offers medical videoconferences with a team of renowned medical experts who collaborate on medically complex cases of autism around the globe. She is the founder of Rocking Horse Rehab, a pediatric rehabilitation and family wellness center specializing in therapy services for children with various disabilities including, autism, cerebral palsy, spinal muscular atrophy, brain tumors, and rare syndromes, neuromuscular and psychiatric disorders. Sheri has been featured on CBS News, NBC News, NJN and multiple cable networks.
Judy A. Mikovits
Judy A. Mikovits earned BA in Chemistry from University of Virginia in 1980 and a PhD in biochemistry and molecular biology from George Washington University in 1992. Her PhD thesis defense changed the paradigm for therapeutic treatment of HIV. For this work, she was awarded the graduate student of the year in 1991. In her 35-year quest to understand and treat chronic diseases, she has co-authored seminal papers culminating at least a decade of research in each of four fields: immunology, natural products chemistry, epigenetics, and AIDS and cancer drug development. In 1999, she directed the Laboratory of Antiviral Drug Mechanisms developing therapeutics and diagnostics for HIV/AIDS and AIDS associated malignancies. These are therapies that are still standard of care twenty-five years later and credited with saving millions of deaths from HIV/AIDS. In 2006, She began investigating causes of neuro-immune diseases including ME/CFS and autism. Dr. Mikovits is primarily responsible for demonstrating the relationship between environmental toxins, retroviruses and the development of acquired immune dysfunction and cancer in these families. Throughout career, she and Dr. Frank Ruscetti have translated their discoveries into curative immune therapeutic strategies for these diseases.
The author of three explosive collections, THE MATRIX REVEALED, EXIT FROM THE MATRIX, and POWER OUTSIDE THE MATRIX, Jon was a candidate for a US Congressional seat in the 29th District of California. He maintains a consulting practice for private clients, the purpose of which is the expansion of personal creative power. Nominated for a Pulitzer Prize, he has worked as an investigative reporter for 30 years, writing articles on politics, medicine, and health for CBS Healthwatch, LA Weekly, Spin Magazine, Stern, and other newspapers and magazines in the US and Europe. Jon has delivered lectures and seminars on global politics, health, logic, and creative power to audiences around the world. You can sign up for his free NoMoreFakeNews emails or his free OutsideTheRealityMachine emails.
Dr. Stephanie Seneff is a Senior Research Scientist at MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory in Cambridge, Massachusetts. She has a BS degree from MIT in biology and MS, EE and PhD degrees from MIT in electrical engineering and computer science. She has published over 200 peer-reviewed papers in scientific journals and conference proceedings. Her recent interests have focused on the role of toxic chemicals and micronutrient deficiencies in health and disease, with a special emphasis on the pervasive herbicide, Roundup, and the mineral, sulfur. She has authored over thirty peer-reviewed journal papers over the past few years on these topics, and has delivered numerous slide presentations around the world.
Vera Sharav is a public advocate for human rights and the founder and president of the Alliance for Human Research Protection (AHRP), an information resource and public interest watchdog organization whose goal is to unlock the walls of secrecy in biomedical research and bring accountability to that endeavor. Mrs. Sharav’s advocacy achievements include: suspension of Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) pesticide experiment (CHEERS) on children; suspension of smallpox vaccine on children; suspension of “violence prediction” experiment that exposed six to 11-year-old NYC boys of color to fenfluramine. Her complaints have led to federal investigations on the use of children in foster care as guinea pigs in experimental AIDS drug and vaccine trials, and opened a public debate about the ethics of psychotic relapse-inducing experiments in patients. She also organized families and victims of unethical research to join her in testifying before the National Bioethics Advisory Committee (NBAC) — re: unethical harmful experiments on mentally disabled psychiatric patients. Those testimonies led to a prize-winning series in the Boston Globe, “Doing Harm: Research on the Mentally Ill” — ultimately resulting in the shutdown of 29 clinical trials at the National Institute of Mental Health (1999). She served on the Children’s Workgroup of the National Human Research Protection Advisory Committee where she was the sole dissenter who objected to the expanded use of children in high risk medical experiments—some without parental consent. She has testified before academic and public policy advisory forums including the Institute of Medicine and the US Military Ethics Forum. Her publications include: “Medical Ethics and Contemporary Medicine” in Vaccine Epidemic, “Screening for Mental Illness: The Merger of Eugenics and the Drug Industry” and “Conflicts of Interest in Biomedical Research Harm Children With and Without Disabilities.”