DM4T connects you to whistleblowing and free speech as effective vehicles to make a difference; and to a network so all Americans can hear the voices and warnings that help keep us from being blindsided by secret abuses of power. We invite you to join some of America's most effective anti-corruption advocates including Frank Serpico, Daniel Ellsberg of "Pentagon Papers", and DM4T's own Program Director, acclaimed Peanut Corp. of America whistleblower, Kenneth Kendrick.
DM4T is spearheaded by National Forum On Judicial Accountability (NFOJA), and the Government Accountability Project (GAP).
Dr. Sandra Nunn, BS, MBA, DM
DM4T Acting Program Director
Dr. Nunn is a global business ethics and national security specialist. Her expertise reflects extensive knowledge of organizational leadership, global management, project management, and business development in multicultual environments. During Dr. Nunn's impressive career, she has served as a business executive, project manager, engineer, MBA, diplomat, entrepreneur, federal agent, international investigator, goodwill ambassador, and humanitarian. Her most noteworthy experiences include service on two diplomatic tours on behalf of the U.S. Government to Eastern and Western Europe during the UN Sanctions against Serbia in 1994-1995.
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NFOJA is a legislative initiative to vest randomly selected, trained, and rotating panels of private citizens with responsibility for state judicial disciplinary processes. It is based on the premise that “(r)estoring the Rule of Law when breached is an obligation of and should directly involve all Americans.”
Rather than judicial misconduct or public corruption, NFOJA focuses on restoring the balance of power between America’s judiciary and its sovereign citizens. Yet it recognizes and advocates the need to encourage, protect, and help vindicate judges and lawyers who expose judicial misconduct and corruption.
GAP’s mission is to promote corporate and government accountability by protecting whistleblowers, advancing occupational free speech, and empowering citizen activists. Founded in 1977, GAP is the nation’s leading whistleblower protection and advocacy organization. Located in Washington, D.C., GAP is a nonpartisan, public interest group. In addition to focusing on whistleblower support in its stated program areas, GAP leads campaigns to enact whistleblower protection laws both domestically and internationally. GAP also conducts an accredited legal clinic for law students, and offers an internship program year-round.
Each DM4T campus chapter becomes part of the national DM4T association* which helps you confirm and meet school deadlines as well as student activity requirements; recruit officers, advisors, and other members; conduct events as well as public awareness campaigns; and fundraise.
*Current campus chapter membership fee:
Per semester $250.00 or Annually, $450.00