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May 2, 2012  

Kathleen McClellan is the National Security and Human Rights counsel for the Government Accountability Project in Washington DC, where she supports and represents whistleblowers from the national security and intelligence communities. Over the years she has worked with whistleblowers from the National Security Agency, the CIA, and the departments of Defense and Homeland Security. These cases involved such issues as torture, surveillance, excessive secrecy and political discrimination. Kathleen is currently representing former National Security Agency official Thomas Drake, who had reported on the waste and abuse within this agency he was employed at.

In the past she worked at the ACLU legislative office, one effort being reform of the Patriot Act. Kathleen holds a JD from the University of Wisconsin Law school and graduated magna cum laude from St. Mary’s College in Maryland.

www.whistleblower.org

May 1, 2012  

Isha Judd is a author and teacher of spirituality originally from Australia but now living in Uruguay. She is the founder of Isha Educating for Peace, a self-funded non-governmental organization that provides free teachings throughout South America. The organizations works with the underprivileged and destitute, children, politicians, prisoners, and people with disabilities. In 2010, Isha provided teachings to over 6,000 people affected by the earthquakes in the south of Chile. She was recently named Ambassador for Peace by the Argentinean Senate, and Citizen of the World by the International University of Cuernavaca, Mexico.

Her most recent book just being released today is “Love Has Wings: Free Yourself from Limiting Beliefs and Fall in Love with Life” which focuses on how beliefs keep us stuck in situations of uncertainty – personal and global – and how to shift our perspective to feel able to make constructive differences in how we act, think and speak.

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