Jill Simpson is a lawyer from Alabama who represents government contractors and who was a whistleblower in the Don Siegelman case; she has a Master's in Religion and Philosophy from CIIS where she focused on the study of Themis and justice. She is currently in divinity school at the Graduate Theological Union at UC Berkeley where her interest is in interfaith ministry and the study of Islam and social change. Ms. Simpson just this past fall toured 18 countries in Europe with her husband and studied social movements across Europe. Ms. Simpson has also obtained a degree in community counseling where she studied how to be a change agent and the psychology of whistleblowers.
Jim March Simpson is a political activist with a history in tracking the problems with electronic voting. He testified in Ohio the week of the 2012 general election in a challenge to last-minute changes to Ohio's voting machines. Jim assisted Jill in studying the election systems before the 2012 general election, traveling to 22 cities as documented in a chapter of Andrew Kreig's book "Presidential Puppetry". He is now studying for a degree in criminal justice.
The Simpsons now live in Northern Alabama and are recently married.
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