Arthuretta Holmes-Martin, a longtime advocate in the Whistleblower Community who holds a Master of Science in federal contract management, blew the whistle on federal contract corruption at the Internal Revenue Service. After a twenty-five year career in the federal government, she launched a small business. The business, Words and Melodies, provides audiences the experience of learning and healing through the powerful tool of storytelling. Ms. Holmes-Martin serves as the President of the National Capitol Area Black Storytellers Association.
Marcel Reid is a former Chair with the Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now (Acorn). While in this capacity, she blew the whistle on theft, mismanagement and corruption within the community-based organization that advocated for low and moderate income families. Since blowing the whistle on ACORN, Ms. Reid continues to stand for truth. She serves as one of the chief organizers for the Annual Whistleblower Summit for Civil and Human Rights.
To learn more about the disclosures made by these courageous women, visit recording link of the "First Annual Virtual Black Women's Shero Summit" at dl.in/QiF9Z60VcA
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