Ethical Dissonance: The Impact of Whistleblowing in Contemporary Culture, Monday, 6-1-20 (Live Webinar)

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Ethical Dissonance: The Impact of Whistleblowing in Contemporary Culture

This webinar is live, real-time and interactive, granting the same credit as in-person attendance for New York participants (2 CE Contact Hours), and Category 1 Ethics CEUs for Maryland Participants (2 Category I Ethics CEU’s).

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Presenter: Jacqueline Garrick, LCSW-C

Monday, June 1, 2020

8:00PM – 10:00PM EDT

Live Webinar


Jacqueline Garrick, LCSW-C, takes participants on a journey surrounding the profound impact, permeating through the Whistle-blowing process. Amid the Soul Searching giving way to examining the true cost of upholding Ethics, participants will gain heightened comprehension surrounding an overview of laws concerning Whistleblowing, the identification of Retaliation tactics, and recognizing risk factors related to whistleblowing with respect to the mental health and psychosocial reach of upholding our Ethical values.


A social worker by background, Jacqueline Garrick entered the policy and program management realm upon her discharge from the US Army where she had specialized in posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) recovery and transition services. She has used her clinical experiences to improve quality of life programs and benefits for veterans, their families and employees.


She has served in executive positions at the American Legion and the Departments of Veterans Affairs (VA) and Defense (DoD) and with Congress. She is a recognized public servant advocate with awards from several distinguished organizations. She is known for her work on organizational and professional development, strategic planning, programming and budgeting, legislation, oversight and investigations, personnel matters, and resilience and prevention approaches in the workplace. When she left government, she founded Whistleblowers of America ( to provide peer support to those suffering the impacts of retaliation and advocate for mediation and continuous process improvement. She developed the Whistleblower Retaliation Checklist© to identify retaliation and its psychosocial impacts on employees in relation to the traumatic stressor of identity disruption. She has coined the term Workplace Traumatic Stress and penned a Whistleblower Peer Mentor Code of Ethics and Workplace Promise campaign available on the WoA website.


She is a master’s graduate from Temple University with additional training at Johns Hopkins and the Harvard Kennedy School of Government. Although a NY native, she resides in MD and FL.


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